P. Keith Krayer
1941 ∼ 2019
I'm so sorry to hear this news. My love to Maggi and the entire Krayer family.
Maggie and Gunars Elmuts of North Port, Florida wrote:
We are terribly sad- Keith and Maggi and their family have been a force of kindness and love in our family for forty plus years/ .A kind and good man - we will miss him terribly
Lisa and Abbot Gilman of Weston, MA 02493 wrote:
Dear Maggi, Abbot and I are sincerely sorry to hear that Keith has passed on. He was such a nice man. We always admired his friendly spirit and the love of friends and family. We hope the coming days will be filled with many happy memories of your lives together. Lisa and Abbot Gilman
Kirsten Whelen of Lawrenceburg, Indiana wrote:
Maggi and Kara - I am so sorry for your lost. Keith was an amazing man. We would have such long conversations and he loved hearing about my boys adventures. May the love of family and friends surround you and give you strength for the days ahead. His memory is one that will never be forgotten. Wishing you peace. Kirsten Whelen
Bill Rabadan of Maywood, New Jersey wrote:
My sincerest condolences to Maggi and the entire Krayer family. I, and all my Bergen Catholic teammates feel a profound and deep loss at the passing of Keith. He and Maggi have played a most influential role in all our lives from the time we first met him back in 1963 upto our most recent reunion dinners. The memories he was instrumental in creating for us are ones I will always cherish. God Bless you Coach. Bill. #20
Jennifer Rosenbach platt of Hingham, ma wrote:
To the Krayer family, I am so sorry for your loss. I remember your parents vividly gathering at BC tailgates or entertaining us down at the cape! What a wonderful family man. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Joe & Kim Crowley of Westwood wrote:
We are so sorry for your loss! the Big Guy was a great man that always made people he encountered feel welcome and special. The Crowley's
Edward Paul of Sarasota, FL wrote:
Coach Krayer was our coach and mentor at Bergen Catholic HS during my junior and senior years. I would like to think the winning attitude of the football program at BC can be traced to his program. The smile I see in his obituary photo is the same I remember those many years ago. We were lucky to have in. My prayers and regards to his family.
The MacLeod Family of Acton, MA wrote:
We were so very sad to hear of Keith’s passing. Although many years have gone by since we’ve all been together, the fun times and laughs we had in Acton are cherished memories. Wishing you strength and peace during this difficult time and sending our love. Moe, Janet, Sharon & Susan
Diane and Joe Coletti of Mashpee, MA wrote:
Maggi: We are so sad about Keith; what a fighter and such a person of love, full of laughter and family man. We love you both and we are here for you Maggi when you need a shoulder! Love, Joe and Diane
The Entire Nardini Family of New Canaan CT wrote:
Jim & Wendy, Deepest condolences to you and your extended family on the loss of your Dad. Our sympathy goes out to the entire Krayer family. Heard many a great stories about him and we all know the legacy he left behind to remember. Focus on the memories and the laughs. Touch base soon enough. - Regards Brett, Erika, Cannon and Turin Nardini
Jerry Kokos of Mashpee, MA wrote:
Maggi, I am so sorry for your loss. When I moved into the neighborhood Keith was so welcoming. As I got to know him I realized what a kind and positive person he is. I will always remember him as that big Teddy Bear with the infectious smile.
Bonnie Pierson-Murphy of New Canaan, CT wrote:
Sending hugs to you all. I know he will be deeply missed.
Maureen and Bob Steinmann of Brewster, MA wrote:
Dear Maggi, Saddened to read about Keith. Brought back lots of Acton Little League baseball memories. Our hearts and prayers go out to you and all your family. With our deepest sympathy, Maureen and Bob
Lisa Arthur of Denver, CO wrote:
My sincere condolences to Kate and family. Lovely memories of Mr Krayer singing 'Maggie' to Mrs Krayer while driving Kate and I somewhere. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Lisa
Mitch & Bonnie Murphy of New Canaan, CT wrote:
To the Krayer family, our deepest sympathies. Our thoughts are with you all. We will always cherish our memories of Keith, and how he loved his family.
Dennis Oberholzer of Duxbury Ma wrote:
We will miss Keith very much . A great man and Friend
Bob and Ann Marie Dionisi of Sudbury/OSTERVILLE Ma wrote:
Maggi, Mary Howard informed me that Keith has passed. I am so sorry to hear this sad news. Although we have not been members at Willow Bend for 10 years or so I thankfully have kept in touch with a couple of the ladies. I so remember the wonderful times I spent with you NANCY G snd Mary H. Again, please accept our sincere condolences. and heartfelt prayers for you and your family Fondly, Ann Marie and Bob Dionisi
AnnMarie and Bob Dionisi of Sudbury Ma wrote:
Maggi, Mary Howard mention you me the very sad news about Keith’s passing. I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. Although Bob and I have not been Willow. Bend members for some time, I do remember fondly the times we spent there and the lovely members we socialized with, including you and Keith. Please accept our sincere condolences and prayers to you and your family
Nick and Micki politi of Dunmore, PA wrote:
We are so saddened by the passing of Keith. He was my idol and have always looked up to him. Our condolences to Maggie and the entire Krayer clan.