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Keith Wuenstel

  • On April 13, 2020

Keith Wuenstel, age 65, of Finleyville, PA passed away on Friday, April 10, 2020. Born on May 26 1954, he was the son of the late Marilyn and Louis Wuenstel. Loving brother of Kristopher and Kraig Wuenstel and Karen Lang.

Keith enjoyed outdoor hiking and tent camping. He was an avid lifelong motorcyclist starting with dirt bike riding. As a youngster, Keith participated in numerous enduro races in the 1970’s. He began a passion for long distance motorcycle touring up until the fall of 2019. Keith earned the 300,000 mile award from BMW achieved on his 1987 BMW, an award he was extremely proud of.

All services will be held privately. Arrangements have been entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation and Funeral Care, 3287 Washington Road, McMurray, PA 15317, (724) 260-5546.

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  • Apr 13 2020
Will always remember Keith as a good buddy to every kid on the hill. He loved his dirt bike, but many may not know, he also was an avid ping pong player. Spent many hours in the basement whacking the ball around. Just an all around good guy with an adventurous spirit. Always up for sleeping under the stars around a campfire, sled riding, and fishing. Always ready to have a good time. The hill would not have been the same without him.
Jeffrey Westfall
  • Apr 13 2020
My deepest condolences to hear about Keith passing. He helped me as a “green” engineer at Mitchell Power Plant and probably got sick of me asking so many motorcycle questions. My thoughts and prayers to the family at this time of loss and sorrow. May he continue to ride in heaven.
John Wisniewski
  • Apr 13 2020
Long friend M.P.S Keith will be missed! John Wisniewski
Linda Boysen Hutchko
  • Apr 13 2020
So sorry to hear about Keith. Middle school, for me, wouldn’t have been nearly as fun if Keith wasn’t there. He could always make me laugh. RIP dear friend.
  • Apr 13 2020
Peace to you.
Jean MacPherson
  • Apr 13 2020
Rest In Peace my dear friend. My deepest sympathies to Karen, Kris and Kraig. Much Love, Jean.
Kim and Tom Rawson
  • Apr 13 2020
Hi What a great cousin to have and we wil certainly l miss Keith. He touched so many lives. I will always remember our last bike ride together of 16 miles on the Montour Trail after he had recuperated from one of his surgery’s and treatments. No more surgery’s/treatments in heaven,, enjoy being totally healed! We send prayers for peace to you guys,, Kris , Kraig, Karen.
Lorrie Noel
  • Apr 13 2020
Keith, you were a friend of mine. We had some good laughs. Some fun times. And some serious talks. I will miss your weird humour. Fly high. You got your wings.
Susan Volkar
  • Apr 13 2020
Keith was one of us, we were next door neighbors and our families were and still are as close as families can be. I have so many great memories of Keith, when I was small I had a huge crush on him. He had a sarcasm about him that could be charming at times. I remember the time that my best friend Karen, (Keith's sister) and I were in a really bad car accident. That evening I had a call from Keith from my hospital bed asking where our Humble Pie concert tickets were, you see we had planned on attending the concert that evening and in Keith's words, "it would be a shame to have them go to waste, can I have them?" Karen, Kraig and Kris please know that I am always here for you and we will continue to get together to talk about all the wonderful times that we shared together up on the hill. Rest in Peace Keith
Terry McLaughlin
  • Apr 13 2020
Smart, quick witted, one of a kind and the most stubborn guy I’ve ever known. So glad we cousins reconnected in recent years. What fun we had. No one ever wanted to live as much as you. Now you’re living forever—told you Heaven would be incredible! So very sorry, Karen, Kraig and Kris, for your heartbreaking loss. Terry & Alvin McLaughlin
Dennis Jenkins
  • Apr 13 2020
I got to know him from universal electric. Loved him and miss him. Me Big D will never forget you Keith.
Mark Hull
  • Apr 13 2020
Ride with the Angels Keith... it was my distinct pleasure to have known you . You were an inspiration .... see you on the other side ... we can go on a heavenly ride
Lucy & Ralph Martinez
  • Apr 13 2020
Keith was a very friend in our life. May Our Dear Lord shine his most beautiful perpetual light shine upon him. Thank You for being a part of our family. We Love You Always ❤️🙏🏼
Brian Anderson
  • Apr 14 2020
Keith and I used to talk about camping and hiking a lot. One day he was admiring the moose bumper sticker on my car, so I bought him another moose bumper sticker. He put it on his motorcycle and I considered it a high honor. I'll miss him a lot.
Vincent Anskare
  • Apr 14 2020
Sorry for your loss he was one of the greatest people I ever knew ❤❤❤🙏🙏🙏
Russell B Musta
  • Apr 14 2020
I’m so glad I dropped in on him last fall. He seemed well although skinnier than I remember, but looking forward and positive. I could go on for hours with fun stories of journeys on two wheels. His whole extended family are lovely people. Hearing this news Breaks my heart. Rest In Peace My Friend.
Margaret Brown
  • Apr 14 2020
Many prayers to family and friends. Keith was a great guy. I had the pleasure of working with him at UEC. He was always helpful, funny and very kind. Rest In Peace Keith.
Jim Baker
  • Apr 15 2020
I worked at Mitchell with Keith for many years and road dirt bike with him too, my wife went to school with him and we will both miss him, what a great guy.
Frank Sloan Jr.
  • Apr 15 2020
To the Wuenstel Family, May the Lord provide you comfort, peace, understanding and strength during this time of bereavement. Keith's good friend and co-worker. Frank Sloan Jr.
Gene & Cindy Chapman
  • Apr 15 2020
Great guy & wonderful Cousin. Always enjoyed hearing about his bike adventures & his knowledge & excitement for the sport. Always quick with his wit & a smile even when he was hurting. Admired is strength and determination to keep up the good fight and thankful he is now at peace in heaven. Our sympathy & prayers to Karen, Kraig & Kris.
Alice Moran Doyle
  • Apr 15 2020
Keith, you were always one of the nicest guys I know. I'll miss you forever. Alice
Juanita Carter
  • Apr 16 2020
Oh, Keith, you will be missed. You were always so kind to me, even when asked to move furniture. I remember when we had front row seats to see Mel Torme. You had the weirdest sense of humor ever! I loved your emails. Thank you for being my friend. My love and prayers to your wonderful family.
Carrie Lutze
  • Apr 18 2020
You were a good man. I remember that when I was new and working in small parts at UEC you were always so nice to me. You will be missed.
Lisa Adams
  • Apr 18 2020
Just wanted to say how very sorry we are for your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this sad time. Love, Lisa (Bevec),Scott, Sawyer, Colton,& Hayden Adams