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Keith Morgan Westbury

July 26, 1973 - June 16, 2020

Keith Morgan Westbury, age 46, of Rocky Point, passed away on Tuesday, June 16, 2020, at his home with family by his side.

He was born in the New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, NC on July 26, 1973, the son of Wesley Westbury and Gloria Jean Westbury.

Keith is survived by his father Wesley Westbury; sisters Tiffani Westbury and Tammi Westbury; nieces Jalin Mathis, Syklar Westbury Hall and Anah Westbury; nephew Daniel Mathis; aunts Kathy Gore Brennan, Kozette Gore and Debbie Westbury and Uncles Randy Westbury and Wayne Mohr. Keith had many cousins and numerous special friends but one was always there when he needed him and that was Sam Watkins, he became a member of our family.

Keith was predeceased by his mother Gloria Jean Gore Westbury.

Keith’s main passion while growing up was his involvement with the Boy Scouts and at the age of 18 he proudly earned his Eagle Scout Award. Keith graduated from Laney High School in the Class of 1991, then continued his education in college where he received a Degree in Photography.

The family would like to give a Special Thank You to the folks at Easter Seals and Trillium for always making Keith feel Special, it meant so much to Keith and his family.

A Memorial Service is to be planned at the Wrightsboro Baptist Church at a later date and time and will be announced.

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A Memorial Service is to be planned at the Wrightsboro Baptist Church at a later date and time and will be announced.

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