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Benton, LA - Memorial Services for Mr. Kristopher C. Key, 36, were held at 4 p.m. Thursday, September 9, 1999 at Cypress Baptist Church on North Airline Dr. in Benton, LA. Officiating was the Rev. Bill Pierce, pastor of Cypress Baptist Church. Mr. Key died Friday, September 3, 1999 in a hunting accident  in Colorado. He was born in Fort Worth, Texas and has resided in Benton for four years. Mr. Key was a former resident of Shreveport, LA where he graduated in 1981 from Captain Shreve High School. He was a railroad load employed at Jack Cooper Transport for 18 years. Mr. Key was a loving husband, father and a friend to many. He was by everyone who knew him and he will be greatly missed.

Survivors are his wife, Tammy Key of Benton, LA; two daughters Kasey and McKenzie; and one son Tyler; father Bob Key and wife Janice; mother Carol Henry and husband, Hank; one brother Robert K Key and wife, Gloria; father-in-law and mother-in-law, James and Nancy Heinrichs and numerous loving relatives and friends.

Pallbearers are Rocky LaGrone, Jeff Hightower, David Stallard, Ricky Lawton, and Lee Ward.

Honorary pallbearers were co-workers at Jack Cooper Transport.

Special thanks to Routt County Search and Rescue Team and the many volunteers.

In Lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Cypress Baptist Church or Bossier Little League Baseball teams. 


 

(From Tammy Heinrichs Key Sattler:"Kris loved all the people in his class.  We had some great times!  A scholarship has been established at Benton High School called the Kris Key Memorial Scholarship.  If anyone is interested in making a contribution to this scholarship fund have them contact me at tammysattler@aol.com  or Ms. Vicki Brown, BHS 318-549-5241.  Thanks.
 

 



 
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10/29/10 08:58 PM #1    

Leslie Andrews (Fewell)

I was so sadden to hear about Kris when this accident happened. When I moved to Shreveport with my family, Kris and his family lived in the same apartment complex. Kris was the first person I met in Shreveport and our families became friends. I will forever miss his smile and those looks he could give you with his eyes. We had so many good times, from riding motorcycles, going crawfishing, and catching snakes!


11/15/10 09:53 AM #2    

Georgia Booras

Kris was one of those guys who could make you laugh with just a look!  We went through Youree Drive Junior High and Captain Shreve together and he was just a great guy.  I was so saddened to read about his hunting accident.  Though I am sure heaven is a bit brighter now with his smile.


12/21/10 09:11 AM #3    

Jennifer Youngblood (Thomas)

I remember when I first became a student at Shreve and was in class with Kris. He came and sat near me and introduced himself to me. He was one of the first new friends I had met. He kept me laughing all the time. Kris was truly one of those persons that always made you smile from merely looking upon his face. He was a great friend and I know it's a lot of smiling going on in heaven with Kris' presence.

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