Scott K. Keiner

Birth Date: 
Monday, June 19, 1967
Date of Passing: 
Saturday, July 4, 2020

Scott K. Keiner, 53, of Wooster passed away Saturday July 4, 2020 at the Smithville Western Care Center.

He was born on June 19, 1967 in Wooster, Ohio the son of Kenneth and Norma Smith Keiner.

Scott was a 1988 graduate of Canton High School and loved doing art work, and socializing with all of the residents and staff at Smithville Western Care Center.

Surviving is his sister Sharon Lowe of Wooster.

There will be no calling hours or services.  Arrangements are under the direction of McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home.

Online Condolences may be posted at www.mcintirebradhamsleek.com

Visitation: 

There will be no calling hours

Service: 

There will be no services

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So very sorry for your loss.Scotty was very nice to me and became my friend when I was in the nursing home 2 years ago for rehabilitation. He was very kind and friendly.Scotty make me that bracelet up in heaven.Fly high and R.I.P. you will be missed and remembered. Your friend Sheila Crosland

So sorry for your loss Sharon.

Sharon, I'm so sorry to hear about Scotty's passing. Tommy died 11 years ago today. We both loved visiting him when we were kids. I never had so much fun playing board games. I'm glad I got to know him.He was a sweet boy.

I am very sorry for Scotty's loss. The Horn and SWCC staff treated him like family.

I am so sorry for your loss. When my daughter was in Horn nursing home my grandson was 4 years old. Scotty was in the room next door they quickly became friends. Every time we would go to visit my daughter he would say bye I'm going to see Scotty. That Christmas his preschool went to Horn's to sing Christmas carols. We had to go down to Scotty's room and get him to bring him to watch. He had Halloween there too. Scotty was a surfer that got ate by a shark. My grandson is almost 13 now he still talks about Scotty. He really touched his life. Prayers for your family.

Know that you are in my thoughts and prayer.

Scott was a friend to me and to my mother, when she spent a year at SWCC. We always appreciated that he would run a movie every Monday evening, because Mom was most awake in the evenings. I looked forward to it because it was something we could do together, but Scott was the one who could navigate the remotes...and of course he was so friendly! I'm glad our paths overlapped at SWCC.

Scott was so friendly, and he could navigate the remotes for the Monday night movies. My mom and I both enjoyed him.

So very sorry for your loss Sharon. I know you were very close to your brother and this will leave a hole within you. I pray for peace and understanding for you and your husband.

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