Class of 1995
Below is the death notice of Keith Zawicki, Class of 1995. Please keep the Zawicki family in your prayers.
Keith B. Zawicki passed away on Sept 5, 2022 at Western Reserve Hospice in Westlake. He was 46 years old and is survived by his mother, Roslyn Lachowyn, sister, Beth (Ron) Spratt , nephew , Jason Spratt, stepsiblings, Jan Christopher, Laureen Suspenski, Lynnette Young, Lisa Shimrak, Dan, Doug, Craig and Mike Weisneberger, and many step nieces and nephews. Keith's fiancee , Sarah Long, has 3 children, Mary, Molly and Sadie, and Molly's children Maura Grace and Sarah Ann liked to call Keith " Pop Keith". Keith also was survived by his beloved hunting dog, Fred. Keith was surrounded by his family as well as his best friends Mike Mahoney and Tony Santoli. He was preceded in death by his father Leon Zawicki.
Keith will be remembered most for his funny wit and one-liners, his casual demeanor, his messy habits, his love of tools and fixing things, his amateur radio hobby and his love of the outdoors. He liked to spend his time on his boat, fishing with his nephew, Reid, and watching sunsets with Sarah. He spent 28 years of his life enjoying his friend Tony's cabin with Fred, his German Short-Hair Pointer where they hunted, fished. and laughed around the bonfires.
Keith belonged to Ironworkers Local 17 where he helped shape the Cleveland skyline. Keith had kind eyes, an amazing mind for trivia and will be missed by all. A Memorial Service will take place at 12:00 PM Sunday, September 18th at Corrigan Craciun Funeral Home 23040 Center Ridge Road Westlake, OH 44145, immediately followed by a luncheon and Memorial Gathering until 2:30 PM. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.corrigancraciunfuneralhome.com for the Zawicki family.
Posted on: September 8, 2022
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