Keith D. Bumpers Dearh, Obituary – It came as a shock to everyone when physical therapist Keith D. Bumpers PE passed away on Sunday due to circumstances that were completely unforeseen. He was highly renowned for his talents as a talented civil and structural engineer, and he had a strong enthusiasm for both bass fishing and huge trucks. His career as a civil and structural engineer earned him a lot of recognition. His expertise as a civil and structural engineer earned him a great deal of recognition in the industry.
In addition to this, he was well-known for the knowledge and expertise he held as a civil and structural engineer who had received formal training. It was widespread knowledge that he was a professional civil and structural engineer with a wealth of experience who excelled in his line of work. Additionally, it was common knowledge that he excelled in his line of work. More importantly, he was a father to two wonderful teenage boys, a true big brother to my sister and I, and he was my parents’ first born kid, which may have been the reason why they had some wrinkles.
In addition, he was my parents’ first born kid, which may have been the reason why my parents had some wrinkles. He was a real big brother in every sense of the word, and both my sister and I looked up to him. In addition to this, he played the role of a real older brother to both my sister and I when we were growing up. Both my sister and I am going to miss dad tremendously. He was an exceptional human being. In addition to this, he was the very first child to be born to both of my parents at the same time, making him the very first child to be born to either of my parents.
This makes him my parents’ very firstborn child. Because he was liked by each and every one of us, we are going to miss him quite a bit once he passes away, and we will continue to miss him even after he is gone. When he passes away, we are all going to miss him quite a little.
In memory of those who have passed away, we will be hosting a memorial service at Mobile Memorial Gardens on the following Saturday, the 17th of December. Visitation and the service itself will start at eleven in the morning, and the service itself will start at twelve in the afternoon.