As many of you know, we have lost another brother far too soon. The remaining members of our band decided that we wanted to do something for his family.
In honor of our friend and brother at arms, we have set up a gofundme page to raise money for the Educational expenses of Jesse and Casey Keim. In conjunction with Bryan's parents we have set up this campaign.
It is with a heavy heart that we have lost our friend way too early. We ask that you consider, in honor of the families wishes; donating even a small amount of money to help take care of the daughters Bryan loved and cared for so much. Most of us are not wealthy or cannot donate much; but together as friends, band mates, and memebers of the music and arts community; we can make a difference and help our good friend who helped each of us in many special ways over the course of his life.
"It is with profound sadness that we, his parents Jan and Russ Keim of Long Neck, Delaware, write this obituary for our son. He died Friday evening in a one-car accident.
Bryan was a character to raise as a child. It was so wonderful to see the man he became; a loving husband and father. He is survived by his wife Rebecca of Annville, and the two people he adored and was most proud of; Jesse and Casey, his daughters. Also surviving are his sister, Lisa Mumma, brother-in-law Steve Mumma of Dauphin and their children McKenna, Shelby, and Rachael. Unkie Bry loved his nieces and their family gatherings.
He graduated from Central Dauphin East High School, attended Central Penn Business School and was employed by Fry Communications for 24 years.
Bryan knew no strangers and had a great wit and intelligence. Music was a large part of his life. His artistic talent was shared with his many musician friends. Within 24 hours of the accident, there were over 860 posts to his Facebook page. He made people happy and they returned to him their love and affection.
A celebration of his life will be held on Sunday, June 11 at a location to be determined. Email [email redacted] if you plan to attend. There will be an invitation on his FB page within the next few days.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Jesse Keim and Casey Keim Educational Fund c/o PSECU, One Innovation Way, Harrisburg, PA 17110. Please direct it to the girl's names."