Keith Crook

Obituary of Keith Allen Crook

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Keith Allen Crook, 62, passed away unexpectedly January 11, 2020 at his home. Born in Auburn he was the son of the late Frederick and Joan Kimball Crook. Keith was a graduate of East High School and was an Army veteran serving his country from June of 1974 to March of 1975 when he was honorably discharge. Keith retired from Auburn Community Hospital where he was employed for over 20 years as a maintenance man. Keith was an avid outdoorsman that loved hunting and fishing, other than his home his favorite place was on Lake Ontario in his boat fishing for salmon with his family and friends on board. He is survived by his long term partner Christy Bachman, daughter Sarah (Kevin) Tucker, siblings Lori Sullivan (Chris Hasty), Cheryl (Jim) DeSocio, John (Cindy) Crook, the light of his life granddaughter Sophie Tucker, nieces Christine DeSocio, Alicia Calkins, Bailey Crook and Clare Crook He is predeceased by his parents Frederick Paul Crook, Joan Crook, and his nephew Nicholas DeSocio. There are no calling hours or services at this time, but a celebration of Keith's life with be held at the convenience of the family in the spring at Fair Haven Beach State Park. For those that would like to make monetary contributions in Keith's memory in lieu of flowers may do so in C/O Sarah Tucker and Christy Bachman at PO Box 207, Cato NY 13033. Please visit to leave a condolence.
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Keith Crook

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