It is with unimaginable sorrow we begin to mourn the loss of Keith William Duncan. Keith was born April 19th, 1964 to Carolyn Holdsworth and William Duncan. He passed away April 28th, 2023 at the University of Utah hospital in Salt Lake City Utah. Keith had been waiting for a liver transplant for over 12 years, unfortunately by the time the transplant came his body was too weak to make it through surgery. He passed away after his family had the chance to hug him one last time. Keith leaves behind his wife (Sandy Duncan), daughter (Kayla Duncan), Grandson (Theo Guest), sister (Stacy Weissgerber), brother (John Duncan) and mother (Carolyn Holdsworth). He will be greeted in death by his father (William Duncan), and many friends that left too soon. Keith had a lasting impact on many throughout his career and life. He was proud to be a Army veteran and of all the amazing things he was able to accomplish during his career. During his 60 years on this earth, Keith enjoyed his career as a pipefitter and welder at Kennecott Copper Mine. He made lasting friendships with coworkers during this time. The things Keith held dearest to him were his wife, child and grandchild.
In lieu of flowers, we ask you to take the time to hug the ones you love a little tighter today. All donations can be made via venmo ( Kayla-duncan98 ) or paypal ( Kaylaaduncan ). These proceeds will cover the cost of putting him to rest, and help support his wife in paying off the medical debt he incurred due to his illness.
We ask that you please join us in remembering Keith and honoring his legacy. He will be deeply missed by those who knew and loved him. Keith brought so much joy to our lives. We ask you to gather and celebrate his life with us by sharing your favorite memories and joyful moments during his celebration of life. We will be holding a celebration of life Saturday May 13th 1pm-3pm at the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) located at 9057 2700 S, Magna, UT 84044.
Keith will forever be missed and remembered with his infectious smile, love for his family, and his unwavering strength throughout his battle with illness.