Keith L. Risk, 70

Obit Keith RiskWebster – Keith L. Risk, of Webster, formerly of Shrewsbury, died unexpectedly Friday Nov. 15, 2013 at St. Vincent Medical Center in Worcester. He was 70.

Born Aug. 26, 1943 in North Hornell, N.Y., he was the son of William and Winifred (Ray) Risk. Raised and educated in Rhode Island, he earned a Bachelor's degree in business from the University of Rhode Island. For over 30 years, he worked as an underwriter for Paul Revere, retiring in 1998. Other interests included boating and skiing.

He leaves his children, William A. Risk and his wife Julie of Chesapeake Bay, Virginia; Brian K. Risk and his wife Christine of Conyers, Georgia; Kathi L. Donahue and her husband Michael of West Springfield; and Jeffrey M. Risk and his wife Kara of Eastham, as well as two sisters, Joan Kavorkian and Mickie Hawkins; five grandchildren, Nicole, Cameron, Adrienne, Brandon, and Shay Lyn; and one great-grandchild, Emma Rae.

Keith's family will gather to celebrate his life Thursday, Nov. 21, from 5 – 8 p.m., at J. Anthony's Grill, 206 Southbridge Rd., Oxford.

Donations in Keith's memory can be made to the Wounded Warriors Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675.

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