Keith Starmer

First post: Jul 1, 2020 Latest post: Sep 13, 2020
Dear loved ones, our Keith took a tragic fall from the balcony of their home on Fathers Day June 21, 2020.  As you can imagine the list of events that followed have not been an easy road.  Long days, restless sleeps, and an abundance of emotions and prayers.  Our beautiful God fearing Ashley has been by his side every day at the hospital from 12-8 p.m. during COVID visitation hours, and she has been quite the trooper and FIGHTING for her man.  Sadly they are only allowing one primary visitor during these hours, so you can imagine when she gets home she is worn down from the day.  Worn down by loving on her man and keeping him stimulated, check ins with family, array of daily updates from doctors/nurses, and learning more and more about Keith's prognosis' (which includes long nights of researching).  To ease an abundance of outpour of love to Ashley directly, please use this site as a way to monitor Keiths updates and progress! 
Matthew 18:18-20 Please keep praying for our Keith, as we know and believe the power of prayer is our fiercest weapon.   These are the moments in life that knock the wind out of us to cause us to question exactly what God is up to.  But we know and trust He is always at work to turn EXTREMELY difficult situations into beauty.  We know He is in control, so we will trust and not lose faith.   Keith Wayne, we love you so much, and we are all here CHEERING you on.  Although we miss your laugh, watching you take care of the pool 24/7, tinkering around in your 6 car garage, telling us how much you love your Ashley, your daughter Katherine, or your parents, we know God is at work and we have NO DOUBT you'll be coming home to us in his timing. 

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