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Keith Michael Dunlap

Obituary for Keith Michael Dunlap

May 10, 1978 - March 9, 2018
Austin, Texas | Age 39


Keith Michael Dunlap, of Austin, Texas passed away on Friday, March 9, 2018 at the age of 39. He was born at Fort Hood, Texas on May 10, 1978 to the parents of Danny and Margaret Dunlap. Keith grew up in the Killeen, Texas area where he attended Killeen Christian Academy. Later Keith moved to Austin, Texas where he worked in the field of transportation as a driver.

He was preceded in death by his Mother Margaret and Father Danny, Granny Sarah Mitchell of Coalburn Scotland, and his Grandmother Georgia Dunlap of Livingston, Texas.

Keith is survived by his brother Kevin and his wife Ann of Killeen, Texas, nephew Nathan and Sara Gramling of Paragould, Arkansas, nephew Cody Mounce of Killeen, Texas and 2 great nephews Macullay and Lochlann Gramling, one great niece Marygold Gramling and his beloved Godson, Chandler McCoy.

He is also survived by his Aunts Joyce King and her husband, Roy; Aunt, Wanda Touchet of Livingston, Texas and Phyllis McCoy of Killeen, Texas. Cousins: Danae Walding and husband Douglas, Scotty King and Alisha Overland of Livingston, TX; Danny and Lynn Duff of Nederland, TX; Charles Roff of Houston, TX; Jim Kerby and Chris Kerby of the Woodlands, TX, Matthew Kerby of Waldenburg, AR. Wilma and Pete Ludlow of South Mimms England, Paul and Danielle Ludlow of South Mimms, England, Deborah and Patrick Ludlow of Kings Langly, England, Jim and Maggie Campbell of London and Drew Campbell of Bristol, England.

He will be remembered fondly by many, many friends, including Ricky Pecina and Ana Marie, Steve Zett Jr. and Shelly Mccoy, Troy Pettijohn and Maggie Nash, Pete and Amber Baronio, Roel and Jessica Ruiz.

Keith was a devoted son, brother and an amazing friend to so many. Keith loved to read and spend time with his friends. Music was a very important part of his life, especially the Beatles. Keith loved to laugh and make others laugh. He always had a joke or a funny movie quote ready to spring on you. He was larger than life and loved by all. To all his friends he was family.

The best way to describe Keith can be seen in his own last words:

Be nice
unless you can be funny. then be funny
Go to more shows
Save money
Spend money
Hug your parents
Tell those who you love that you love them every chance you get
Enjoy the weather
Take lots of pictures
Work hard
Take time for yourself
Listen to music often
Take care of your credit
Eat well
Listen to people who are older than you
Travel when possible
Read more
Be involved
Forgive yourself
Forgive others
Be good to yourself
Be good to others
Remember the good times
Remember the bad times
I love you all.

"And in the end the love you take
is equal to the love you make" – Last lyric in the
Last song on the
Last Beatles album

"Count your age by friends, not years. Count your life by smiles, not tears." John Lennon

There will be a Celebration of Life on Wednesday, March 14, 2018 starting at 7:00 p.m. at Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home, 3125 N. Lamar Blvd.

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3125 N Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78705
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