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Keith Alarid
September 8, 1952 - October 26, 2007



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Glenn AlbrightMike Armstrong
Arlene SeifertToy Wood
Tracy (Loper) HuttoTroy and Lynn
Jamie (Thorne) Dukecherry Briles
ANTONETTE AND TERRY CARTERLisa Miller
rick and donnaBuster and Martha
Jim & Mary Jo GazzawayCarol Morrison
Nancy Minton

 

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By: Glenn Albright Feb 4, 2008
To all of the Alarids: I just found out last night about Keith's passing. Mike Armstrong, Keith and I were best friends at SpringWoods High School. I join all who have expressed sadness-and joy-that Keith has passed on to be with our Lord and Savior. I also thought of Keith every time that I passed a Tilson homes sign. Although-he and I did not keep up as much as I would have liked-I was fortunate to have spoken with Keith at great length before our 20th high school reunion. He was very upfront about how much he loved his family-and his co-workers. He will be truly missed.
By: Mike Armstrong Nov 8, 2007
Pat, Kerry, Mr. & Mrs. Alarid (I never knew you as Jack and Betty),
I was very shocked and truly saddened when my parents called me to say they had read Keith's obituary in the paper. Though he and I had not kept up over the years due to our busy lives and involvements in both our own families, I have always held him close in heart and mind. I thought about him every time I passed a Tilson Homes office, and I will have a void just knowing he is no longer here (but he IS in a better place!). Pat, I hope you will contact me if you need me. God bless.
Mike Armstrong
By: Celeste Graves Nov 5, 2007
Pat,

I was so sorry to hear of Keith's death. Having been there I can certainly know what you are going through. If there is anything I can do, please let me know. I would have sent a card but I do not have your address in Austin. You and your family are in my prayers.

Love,

Celeste
By: Arlene Seifert Nov 1, 2007
To the entire Alarid Family -

I was very sad to hear about the loss of Keith and please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. I enjoyed working with Keith at Tilson and am very honored to have known him. He was a very kind, compassionate and caring man who was always there to help. He had a great sense of moral values and a man of high integrity - he will be sorely missed. Please accept my sincere condolences and sympathy at your time of loss.
By: Kenneth, Tracy (Loper) and Madison Hutto Oct 31, 2007
Dear Patty, Uncle Jack, Aunt Betty Jo and Family,
You are all in our prayers. May God comfort you now and in the days to come.

Love,
Kenneth, Tracy and Madison
By: Dale Duffey Crane Oct 31, 2007
Pat, I was saddened to learn of your husband's death. I extend my deepest sympathy to you and your family. May God bless you and comfort all of you during this trying time.

Love,

Dale Duffey Crane
By: Delia Oct 31, 2007
Dear Pat,

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I know he was met in heaven by some wonderful folks. Maybe Lady Duffey baked some of her great chocolate chip cookies.

Love,

Delia Duffey
Austin, Texas
By: Linda S. Powell Oct 31, 2007
Keith was an inspiration to the weight watcher community. When I first joined the Montgomery meeting, Keith was also a member. He was truly an inspiration and testimony that Weight Watchers worked. I will always remember Keith and his "weight watcher" belt.
Keith is at peace now. My prayers and sympathy go to the family that he leaves behind. Know that he was truly an inspiration.
By: ANTONETTE (PARKER) AND TERRY CARTER Oct 31, 2007
I FIRST MET KEITH AND HIS FAMILY AT SHILOH CHURCH OF CHRIST WHEN I WAS A KIDDO. THEN i MET BACK UP WITH THE ALARIDS WHEN MY HUSBAND AND I HAD A TILSON HOME BUILD SEVERAL YEARS AGO. KEITH IS REJOICING IN HEAVEN WHERE THERE IS NO SICKNESS AND NO SADNESS.
OUR PRAYERS OUR WITH THE ALARID FAMILY.
ANTONETTE (PARKER) CARTER, tERRY CARTER AND BREANNA cARTER
By: Lisa Miller Oct 30, 2007
Andy, New Century Exploration leaves prayers and our deepest sympathy with you and your family during this time of sorrow. May God shine his glorious presence as you face this time of need.
By: ricka and donna Oct 30, 2007
Our prayers are with you Eric and your family. We know that your loss is great and wish we could lift your burden. However, great your loss is his gain in even better.

Rick and Donna Dunham, Edna, Texas
By: Buster and Martha Oct 30, 2007
Keith has gone to lay his trophies down – all down – at Jesus’ feet. His triumph gives all who loved him reason to rejoice, but also makes us selfishly sad. We can offer the memory of Keith no higher praise than for those of us who survive his departure to be “steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord,” knowing that such labor is not in vain. We shall see Keith again someday. He will be wearing a diadem, a white linen robe, and waving a palm frond as he stands on a shore that is always green, and joyfully eating from the tree of life. O, how we look forward to that day. “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints.”

By: Sherryl Hutchinson Oct 30, 2007
I first came to Tilson 11 years ago. I had never worked in such a Christian environment before. The very first Christmas party my husband & I attended Keith stood up and said the blessing before we ate. It was such an humble feeling of gratitude to know I belonged to a Christian based company. Keith has always brought that feeling to us here. A truly wonderful man is now building a beautiful mansion and I am sure somewhere there is a Tilson logo. May God comfort your sadden hearts.
By: Jim & Mary Jo Gazzaway Oct 30, 2007
Keith always had a special place in my heart. He was an exellent Bible School teacher and had an outstanding knowledge of the scriptures and was able to convey that knowledge to others. I first met Keith at Shiloh Church of Christ and stayed in touch with him after my first wife, Lois, and I moved to Fairfield. Lois also always admired Keith and his lovely family. I remember the boys as they grew up and Patty as she stood by Keith's side with loving care and companionship. I will miss Keith and await the day when we shall be together again walking those streets of gold.
By: Jo Anne Presley Oct 30, 2007
Pat I saw Keith's obit. So sorry to hear of your loss.
I remember when you two were dating and then the beautiful wedding. How proud your mom was of you and Keith.
Be thankful you and Keith had three wonderful sons.

Love you
Jo A
By: Carol Morrison Oct 30, 2007
I truly enjoyed meeting and seeing Keith at WW, along with Patty. Two splendid and devoted people. I consider it a privilidge to have know him.
By: Nancy Minton Oct 30, 2007
How very proud I am of having had the privilege of knowing this truly beautiful human being with his uncommon gift of courage and optimism. Keith was the first person I met at Tilson Homes over twenty years ago. Always so pleasant; I enjoyed visiting with him and hearing about his boys; the visits to New York to see the grandchildren. My last visit with Keith was to see his new office in Austin he was just beaming as he talked about his entire family and how fortunate he was to have them all in his life. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family.

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