Keith D. Zentner
April 6, 1946 - March 7, 2021
Tom Rigden
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1592 Oneida Street
Menasha, WI 54952
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Appleton, WI 54911
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Keith Don Zentner passed away unexpectedly on March 7, 2021 of natural causes. Keith was born on April 6, 1946 in Middleton, Wisconsin to the late Don and Sharlene (Feuling) Zentner.  Keith was the longtime owner and operator of Skyline Financial Services.  He enjoyed gardening, golfing, crossword puzzles, and word games.  He was an enthusiastic…

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Jeff DuBord left a message on March 19, 2021:
I'm good friends and business partner with his son Jeff for several years and Keith helped us out financially twice to keep our businesses going and I'll always be grateful for that and his great advice over the years for me personally I didn't always listen when I was a younger but his heart was always in the right place for my interests. RIP Keith
Ryan Renard left a message on March 17, 2021:
I am very sorry to hear about Keith's passing. I enjoyed getting to know Keith over the years. We got to talk sports and shop and he always was able to get a few laughs out of us. I hope you all are surrounded by love and joy as you remember and celebrate Keith. My sincere condolences, Ryan Renard
David Pawlowski left a message on March 14, 2021:
Keith was a great guy who will be missed.
james zoelk left a message on March 13, 2021:
So sorry to hear of your loss. God bless you and your family. Jim and Sally Zoelk Former Client
Tom Rigden left a message on March 12, 2021:
I've know Keith for over 38 years as a member of the Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club. From our softball team, cutting down Christmas trees for the kids in Lutheran Social Services to all the committee's and yes even a few beers. A man respected by me and all the club members. Will miss his dry sense of humor.
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Skylar Martinelli-Zentner left a message on March 11, 2021:
Uncle Keith was a great man, and someone that I could always go to whenever I needed a laugh. He was great at keeping in touch even when life got busy, and his messages and jokes were always a reminder of how much he cared. We would always share pictures of our gardens together, and he would always tell me about his beloved tomatoes, which were always better than mine. I just wish he could have seen my garden this year, he would have been so proud.
Jean Long Manteufel left a message on March 11, 2021:
Keith’s family- I am so sorry for yor loss. Keith was so proud of you all. I will miss him so much! Who else will tease me every day? We had so much fun pestering each other. He was a grouch and proud of it. Good bye, Keith.
Diane Zentner left a message on March 11, 2021:
I've been told that when I was a baby, Keith bounced me on his knee to his rock and roll records. Rest in peace.
Sue Vannorsdall left a message on March 11, 2021:
I am so sorry for your loss and I am very sad at the news of Keith’s death. I am new in Kiwanis, and met Keith at a Kiwanis event ringing bells for the Salvation Army. We even had a picture taken of us. We started corresponding via email and became friends on Facebook. We started playing words wit Friends and communicating through messenger. For the past 3 months, we played Words every day and throughout the day. Every morning and throughout the day he sent me jokes, all were funny and some were clean. I have gotten nothing done from the past 3 months, I was so lucky to spend all that time with him. I will greatly miss him. He was an amazing and wonderful person. He really had a warm and compassionate heart, with a crusty exterior. Sue Vannorsdall
Sue Vannorsdall left a message on March 11, 2021:
I am so sorry for your loss and I am very sad at the news of Keith’s death. I am new in Kiwanis, and met Keith at a Kiwanis event ringing bells for the Salvation Army. We even had a picture taken of us. We started corresponding via email and became friends on Facebook. We started playing words wit Friends and communicating through messenger. For the past 3 months, we played Words every day and throughout the day. Every morning and throughout the day he sent me jokes, all were funny and some were clean. I have gotten nothing done from the past 3 months, I was so lucky to spend all that time with him. I will greatly miss him. He was an amazing and wonderful person. He really had a warm and compassionate heart, with a crusty exterior. Sue Vannorsdall
Ken Jahnke left a message on March 11, 2021:
Thank you for your service to this country, thank you for your humor, thank you for your caring for others, thank you for your competiveness, thank you for your dedication to your community through The Kiwanis Club of Appleton-Fox Cities. May you rest well in the arm's of Gods Angels...and....GO BADGERS!!!!
Sally Zentner left a message on March 11, 2021:
Keith was my brother-in-law and best man at my wedding 56 years ago. He was funny and personable. Loved to play baseball. My husband Dean and I went to watch him pitcher. When Our family moved to Massachusetts, he was there to help me move because Dean was in Mass. already and I was alone with two little kids. The movers didn't show up, and he was there to help me in all the mess. He often sent emails when most people didn't and kept in touch.
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