Mr. Keith Allen Dusenbery

Mr. Keith Allen Dusenbery

September 8, 1939 - November 12, 2017

Mr. Keith Allen Dusenbery

September 8, 1939 - November 12, 2017


Keith Allen Dusenbery, age 78, of Pleasant View Tennessee, passed away at Centennial Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee on Sunday, November 12, 2017, with his family by his side.

Keith was born on September 8, 1939 to Laird and Cornelia (DuPuis) Dusenbery in Flint, Michigan. For many years he was a successful residential builder at Higgins Lake Michigan and a spent 19 years with the Gerrish Township Volunteer Fire Department. Keith was a wonderful man, loving husband and father. He was well respected and liked by many.

Keith is survived by his loving wife of 59 years Judy (Cobb) of Pleasant View, Tennessee; children: Rick (Michelle) Dusenbery of Calgary, Alberta, Canada and Jannine (Gus) DiFiore of Gallatin, Tennessee; three grandchildren: Bella, Nicholas and Carly DiFiore; and brother Dale (Elaine) Dusenbery of Gulf Shores, Alabama. He was preceded in death by his parents and his son Sgt: Dennis Dusenbery.

The family will celebrate Keith’s life at a later date.

Cremation Society of Tennessee is assisting the family and online condolences may be made at

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9 responses to Mr. Keith Allen Dusenbery

  1. Judy, I am so sorry. Keith was so talented and just a good guy. Margaret Balesky

  2. Dear Judy, we are so very sorry. Keith was one of the BEST and a dear friend. We have so many fond memories of us enjoying time together with you both on Little Cayman. Keith was a talented man and generous with his practical advice – it was he who suggested we install a handrail by the steps to our house on Little Cayman. It took us 3 days to complete the project sticking exactly to Keith’s specifications which included digging a foundations hole 36″ deep into the hard ground in soaring temperatures! Phew! When Keith inspected the finished job, he gave us the ‘thumbs up’ and we celebrated together with a cold beer whilst admiring the new handrail. We will always remember him with deep fondness.

  3. Dear Judy we were so sorry to hear about losing Zeke. We had many great times together and working together. There was nothing that Zeke could not do. He was a great man and hard worker. He will never be forgotten. He was like the brother that I never had. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. With love Fred, Sharon Fabris and family.

  4. Sharron &Fred FABRIS, Its a very sad time right now, WE have lost a very good friend.ZEKE Was like a brother I didn’t have. We worked hard & played hard,had many good memories we will never forget. He was one man that could do everything & anything. Judy we will pray for you & your family. And wishing you all the luck in the world. All our love to you. Love Fred Sharon and family.

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