Keith D. Winstead

Sunrise: September 27, 1993

Sunset: January 9, 2022

Keith D. Winstead passed away on January 9, 2022.

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    Delphine McFarland Freeman says

    Our sincerest condolences from my family the McFarland’s to the Winstead family. May God give you comfort in your time of need.🌹

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    Tracy Davis says

    Our sincerest condolences from my family. The Davis family we will truly miss that smile.
    Rest Easy Baby

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    Rhonda Douglass says

    Sending My Condolences to the Winstead Family..From the Dixon-Douglass Family…

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    Sabrina Hibbler says

    My Condolences to the Winstead family. I will be praying πŸ™ for the family

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    Amani Bryant πŸ’•πŸ’• says

    I was so close to Keith he was like a dad to me so I’m going to see you soon I love you so much

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    Rashida Elliott-Jefferson says

    Sending my most sincere condolences to Quenett, Lil Dee, Brittany and the entire family from the Elliotts and Jeffersons. May God provide you with comfort and peace πŸ™πŸΎ Rashida

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    Akeima Patrick says

    Rest Up Drako πŸ˜‡β€οΈ We love you

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    Vicky Hargrow says

    Sending my sympathy to Keith Winstead mom and family I feel your pain Keith was like a son to me he and my son were very close I pray that God will keep at peace through the lost of your son . GodBless

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    Mira Dowtin says

    Praying for all that was affected by this tragedy. πŸ™πŸΎ May God wrap his arms around Keith’s family and friends!

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    Jennifer M. Rascoe says

    Our love for you is strong. God’s love is stronger. As I have prayed for all of you on a regular basis these days, I can’t help but remember the “good times”. I strongly remember Keith trying to sell us something. LOL. I labeled him “Business Man” back in the day on University Drive. When Mom & I took him to church, he was longing to learn about God and his ways. The last time I saw Keith, he said to me, “you sure are pretty”. Then I knew he was no longer a little boy but a grown man. Today, I read this verse and pray that it gives you comfort: Psalm 30: 5b …weeping may stay for a night, but rejoicing comes in the morning. Morning may not be this morning but it will come, I believe. May the pain and emptiness decrease more and more each moment. – Jennifer Rascoe & family

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