Keith Douglas Lindstrom, 67

Keith Douglas Lindstrom was born Sept. 12, 1951 to Lawrence Wilford Lindstrom and Emilyn Madalyn Lunder in Miles City, MT. He joined two older brothers Gary and Larry on the farm three miles south of Willard. Two and a half years later brother John joined the clan.

He attended a one room county school at Willard and high school in Baker. He was an outstanding athlete, taking Baker to their first state championship in 1970 and being named first team all-state. In football he was named first team offensive and defensive end. He played in the East-West Shrine football game and received a full ride scholarship to the University of Montana, majoring in business with a minor in journalism. He spent 34 years in radio and television doing everything from announcing to general manager. He changed careers late in life, fitting people with hearing aids until he was too sick to work. He had liver cancer and a weak heart.

He enjoyed hunting and fishing, golf, four wheeling in the mountains and racing stock cars. He was proceeded in death by sister Joyce, his parents and brother Larry.

He is survived by daughter Candice and grandchildren Jonathan, James and Casandra. Stepdaughter’s Rachel and Megan. His wife Donna and her children Brandon, Bryan and Amber. His ashes are spread on the farm south of Willard.

Keith passed June 7, 2019 in San Antonio, TX.

      



One thought on “Keith Douglas Lindstrom, 67

  1. I loved that man just like one of the family we. Met in Flagcstaff Az in1976 we stayed in touch untill about about 6 months ago A wonderful man.

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