Colten King Obituary, Death – A brief illness resulted in Colten Richard King, age 13 months, from Wilson passing away unexpectedly on Sunday, November 20, 2022 at OSF St. Francis Hospital. He was brought there to receive medical care.He was born on October 24, 2021 in the city of Marquette. His parents, Sheldon M. King and Skylynn R. Keshick, adored him from the moment he was born.
Even though he was only on this planet for a short period of time, he managed to brighten the lives of everyone he came in contact with. Everyone cherished him, and just one beaming grin from him could instantly lift the mood in any setting. Colten was deeply devoted to his older brother, Ryker Allen, and had a deep interest in dinosaurs and other extinct animals.
In addition to his parents and brother, he is survived by his grandparents Lexie and Jennifer Keshick, Sr., of Wilson, Terri King of Gwinn, and Josh Bourdeau of Brampton; great grandparents Richard Jackson of Plainville, CT, Errol “Marty” Sagataw of Wilson, Theresa Vincent of Gwinn, and Kelly Bourdeau of Gladstone; and a large number of uncles and aunts, including Carissa (Jose) Keshi
Richard Bourdeau, his great-great-grandfather, passed away before him, as did Cheryl “Pie” Sagataw, his great-great-grandmother, and both Pete and Linda Keshick, his great-great-grandparents. On Monday, November 28, the Crawford Funeral Chapel in Bark River will welcome guests for visitation from one o’clock in the afternoon until three o’clock in the afternoon. Following that, the funeral service will begin at three o’clock in the afternoon, with Pastor Sue Cousineau presiding over the proceedings.
Visit the Crawford Funeral Homes website at www.crawfordfuneralhomes.net if you would like to send the Crawford family a message of condolence or learn more about how you can assist them. By clicking on the tab that’s labeled “tribute fund,” you’ll have the option to create a memorial for the deceased. During this difficult time, the Crawford Funeral Homes would like to offer their assistance to the family.