Keith S Petersen

6/19/1959 ~ 12/26/2019

Keith S Petersen, also known as “Sleepy” to a lot of people passed away December 26, 2019 in Spring City, UT. Keith was born June 19, 1959 in Mount Pleasant, UT to Dean and Velma Simons Petersen. Keith married Tamara Lee Hendrickson February 10, 1981 in Mount Pleasant, UT. Keith was a hard worker and was known for working on appliances. He loved going on the mountain with Tami to go look at flowers and get fire wood. Keith enjoyed helping Tami with her flower beds. He loved to spend time with his grand kids. In his spare time he liked to work and build cars. He is survived by his children and his grandkids, Jackey (Ron) Jensen, Provo, UT; Bradley (Belinda) Petersen, Centerfield, UT; Ashlee (Steve) Bryant, Springville, UT; Angie (Joe) Peterson, Spring City, UT; Kristine (Jason) McCoard, Spring City, UT; grandchildren, Dakota, Mike, Kyra, Kolten, Dakota, Breanna, Hailey, Jayden, Kayla, Taylie, Shay, Leah, Sadie, Tessa; siblings, Wayne Petersen, Salt Lake City, UT; Colleen Reed, Mount Pleasant, UT; Julie Owen, Texas. Preceded in death by his parents, wife Tamara Petersen, granddaughter, Hailey Bryant, father-in-law, James Hendrickson. Keith is now with our Heavenly Father and loved ones and he will be missed and never forgotten R.I.P. Dad. Funeral service Friday January 3, 2020 at 1:00 pm at Rasmussen Mortuary (96 N 100 W, Mount Pleasant, UT). Visitation Friday from 12:00-1:00 p.m. prior to services at the mortuary. Interment in the Spring City Cemetery.

2 Responses to “Keith S Petersen”

  1. K Watson says:

    Petersen family, my condolences to all of you. Keith has been a mainstay in Spring City with all the appliances by the house since I lived here. He’s now with Tamara and others in your family. The flower beds always looked nice and I wished I had a couple of them.

  2. Paul & Penny Hamilton says:

    Dear Family. We were sorrowed to learn of Keith’s passing. We have many fond memories of times spent with Keith, and his beloved wife Tami, before her passing. We believe he has now found peace in a far greater place. We enjoyed many good visits and interesting conversations with him and appreciated his concern for others. May your hearts be lifted by those good moments you had with him. Love to each of you.

    Paul & Penny Hamilton.

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