Rory Keeth, beloved husband, son, father, and grandfather transitioned into eternal rest on December 14, 2021 at the age of 63. He was born in Pueblo, Colorado on August 3, 1958 and served our country well in the U.S. Air Force. Rory adopted Texas as his home and loved being a realtor for the last 30 years. He also greatly loved his family and would do anything for them. Rory enjoyed having a good time, making others happy, and going on vacation. He was very kindhearted, generous, and enjoyed his life to the fullest. Rory was smart, witty, and very funny. He was a huge fan of the Denver Broncos. Rory was a strong man who fought a courageous battle with cancer for the last eight years. He approached life with grace and positivity and was an inspiration to many others. Rory was eternally grateful to the VA system and Audie Murphy Hospital. His family thanks all his doctors and nurses who cared for him. Rory is preceded in death by his siblings, Gary Romero, Gino Davis, and Julie Marquez. He is survived by his loving wife of 28 years, Carmen Keeth, his dear mother, Mary Davis, and his loving children, Ian Keeth, Shanell Keeth, Alanna Truitt, and Aaron Keeth. Rory is also survived by his beloved grandson, Asah Humphreys, who affectionately called him “Papa Wowe.” He is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.

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  1. Rory always wanted all of his family to be happy . He did kind things and gave meaningful gifts to make us all smile. He will forever be in our hearts. Love- “The Mimssss”

  2. To my family, the loss of cousin Rory is heart breaking, it’s bitter sweet, he’s no longer in pain but will be missed, God has gained an Angel and Heaven has received him with open arms, may God give you strength at the sorrowful time, love Ray,Josie,Debbie and Sally

  3. Rory was the most generous and kind person you could hope to meet. May you find comfort in knowing that Rory touched so many lives. He will be greatly missed. Steve and Becky

  4. Rory was always upbeat, friendly, and filled with good will. He was a wonderful grand dad to Asah. His long battle is over. May he Rest In Peace. He will be missed.

  5. The memories of Rory will linger in your heart and in the hearts of his children. He was such a positive person who endured his suffering with dignity. He kept his humorous spirit through it all. Condolences to you Carmen and to his children. May Rory Rest In Peace. 🙏🏼

  6. What an incredible blessing Rory was and will always be to your family. My deepest condolences to you each as you walk through this grief of losing him. May you find joy in remembering him and in honoring his memory. much love, elizabeth

  7. Rory will be remembered in many hearts. He was the kind of guy everyone liked. He will not only be missed with tears but often reminisced about with laughter and smiles-just the way he would want it. I m asking God to comfort Carmen and her family in this time. Diane Detterline

  8. Steve and Dale Moore As a neighbor Rory was always generous and kind. When my special needs brother moved to San Antonio Rory was the first to make him feel at home. Calling in a loud voice (Stephen thanks for helping or Stephen you sure are dressed up today) he made Steve feel at home here. Rory and Carmen also gave Steve Whataburger gift coupons for his birthday. He helped take care of me by taking me to the doctor when I was too stubborn to go. We will miss him!

  9. Our deepest condolences Carmen, to you and your entire family. We will miss a great guy, but he will always be there spiritually in Jesus name.

  10. With deep sympathy and condolences to Carmen and the family. Rory was the epitome of a true fighter. No one ever knew the pain he was enduring with his upbeat attitude and sharp style. I always knew I’d be getting a good laugh when we spoke. He’ll be missed. Cindy Hernandez and Family

  11. Fondly remembering Rory’s jovial approach to life. May his life be celebrated as the joyful will to live he showed us all. Our sincere condolences to sister Carmen, children Shanell, Alanna, and Aaron, mother Mary and grandson Asah. We love you and are here for you. Dora and David Espiritu

  12. When ever Gentry & I saw him he was always up no matter the pain 😿 From his actions and what he said He LOVE his Carmen we love you ❤️ your and your family are in our prayers

  13. My dear cousin Rory encouraged me to join the Air Force and was kind enough to drive my car from Colorado to Mississippi so I could have transportation to get out and be adventurous. I remember he showed up in a punk rocker outfit, which I thought was hilarious but then he never cease to surprise me with making me laugh. He will be missed by many and I ask the dear Lord to surround Carmen and family with comfort during this difficult time.

  14. Our sympathy to Carmen and her family for the loss of her husband Rory who was one of the nicest man I ever had the pleasure of knowing. May the Lord send the Angel of Comfort to surround them. Abe & Yolanda Morales

  15. Rory was an amazing person who always checked in on my family after we were tball coaches! My condolences to Carmen and Asah as well as family. He will always be apart of my thoughts and prayers.

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