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Keaton Vincent Wolff

 

August 17, 2022

Keaton Vincent Wolff, 27 years old, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022, surrounded by his loved ones in Billings, Mont., at the Park View Care Center.

Keaton was born to Keith R. Wolff and Myrna F. Whitright on Aug. 13, 1994, in Wolf Point, Mont., at Trinity Hospital. Growing up, Keaton attended schools in Wolf Point and in Glasgow, Mont. He enjoyed wrestling, riding dirt bike, playing video games, and raising cane with his sisters. Keaton was very good at annoying his sisters and had a very calculated way of doing so. He could walk into the room and knew what buttons to press to get them riled up. He grew up around all women, so he always had to show them who was boss. Keaton will be remembered by everybody by his crazy, humorous, loving, and always joking personality. He was a living and walking firecracker. His heart was so big, and he was always caring and worried about his family and close friends.

Keaton met the love of his life, Sydney Thompson, when they were just children, and it didn't take long before they fell in love. Keaton and Sydney share two beautiful baby boys together; Liam Elias Wolff who was born on Jan. 7, 2015, and Paxton Blaine Wolff born on March 8, 2018. When Keaton talked about his sons, his eyes would light up with joy and pride. He was always wrestling them and talking about how happy he was that he had two boys to carry on his name. Keaton was very good at being a dad and his love for his sons was unconditional.

Keaton worked many random jobs, but his favorite job was when he did electrical work with his father, Keith. They shared many long days and nights working together and Keaton was always the happiest when he got to work with his dad.

Keaton is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Vincent and Hazel Wolff; maternal grandparents Myrna Boyd and Chauncey Whitright; as well as several aunts, uncles, cousins and dear friends who passed before him and Keaton talked about constantly and wholeheartedly.

Keaton is survived by his parents Keith Wolff (LeAnn Wolff) and Myrna Whitright; his long-time girlfriend Sydney Thompson and their two beautiful sons, Liam and Paxton; his oldest brother, Adam Wolff (Katie Wolff), and their children Alaina, Hudson, Oakley and Weston, of Dell Rapids, S.D.; his sisters, Jami Wolff and her children Dahmoniq, Ryli, Haeli and Kelson; Tabitha Wolff (Adrian Acosta) and their children, Aiden, AJ, Jacen, Adrick and a soon to be baby boy Ezekiel; Amanda Stradley (Austin Stradley) and their two children, Isaiah and Johanna; and his twin baby sisters Ashtin and Rebekah Azure. Keaton also gained two brothers through marriage, Samuel and Josh Berger, who he grew up with and loved as well. He is also survived by many aunts, uncles, and cousins who all loved him very dearly on both sides of his family.

Keaton will be missed immensely by all of us. He lived life to the fullest and we are very thankful to had have someone like him in our lives. The hole he left is too big to even put into words. From being the best son, brother, dad, and boyfriend, we know that heaven has its hands full.

Funeral services were 11 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 13, at Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel in Wolf Point.

Condolences may be left for the family at bellmortuarymontana.com.

 

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