Gregory A. “Greg” Keith

September 24, 1954 ‒ November 20, 2020

Mount Gilead, Ohio

Gregory A. “Greg” Keith, age 66, of Mount Gilead, passed away Friday evening, November 20, 2020 at the Woodside Village Care Center.

On September 24, 1954, Greg was born in Mansfield, OH, a son of the late John and Dorothy (Morris) Keith.

Greg attended Whetstone School and worked in the workshop.  He played sports and had many friends there.

Greg’s main passion was killing zombies on his PlayStation.  He also loved fishing and watching scary movies.

Greg is survived by his sisters: Debra McCabe, Tammy (Mike) Langley, Lori (Eric) Sipe, Lisa (Matthew) Baer; his brothers: Randy (Lisa) Keith, Jeremy (Jill) Keith; and many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by brothers: Gayle “Shad” Keith, John Boy Keith; and a sister and brother-in-law, Kimberly (Gary) Conner.

Greg’s family would like to thank Woodside Village Care Center and all of their staff for the wonderful care they gave to Greg, Kindred Hospice and Snyder Funeral Homes.  Also, a special thank you to Whetstone Industries for allowing Greg to visit the workshop and spend time with his friends.

Greg will be missed by everyone who knew him.  There will be no funeral services observed.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Mount Gilead are honored to have been chosen to serve Greg’s family, and your special memories or condolences may be shared with them by visiting

  • So sad to hear this. Greg was such a great guy, always smiling and a real joy to be around. My deepest sympathies to his family.

  • Very fond memories of Greg at Whetstone. He loved his sports for sure and was very talented. I can still see him running the basketball courts! Sending thoughts and prayers. Maggie

  • I was so very sad to hear of Greg’s passing !! He had such a big heart and was loved. He kept a piece of paper in his pocket and would mark down how many times I passed him in the hall. It was a fun little joke on me forgetting things. I will miss him.

  • It is difficult to think about “loss” when thinking of Greg. Yes, we can no longer see him now and this is sad. But, he was and is a gem! I recall him at Whetstone Industries shining, smiling, playing cards, board games, going on community trips of interest, and ever so enjoying talking with his friends during coffee breaks! He really liked his friends and coffee!! Rest assured that this precious stone, this jewel of a man has touched and blessed many! Please know that Greg will forever hold a special place in our hearts!

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