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Keenan Garth Sailer

September 27, 1997 – February 7, 2021


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Keenan Garth Sailer, 23, of Mesa, AZ died suddenly on February 7, 2021 in Mesa. He was born on September 27, 1997 to Donathan and Karie (Barber) Sailer in Crivitz, Wisconsin.

He was a loving son, supportive husband and devoted father. He enjoyed making others laugh, playing video games with his friends and siblings, making music and videos, doting on his boys, and working at AT&T. He was thoughtful, kind, generous, playful, creative and a hopeless romantic. He was headstrong. He could hold your feet to the fire in a debate. He was a poet. He will be sorely missed.

He is survived by his parents, his wife Natasha (Mexin) Sailer of Mesa, two sons: August Paul and Alyosha Garth, his grandmothers: Arlene (Patz) Sailer of Pound, WI and Kathleen (McNeel) Barber of Frankfort, IN, seven siblings: Mrs. Timothy (Anna) O’Reilly of Opelika, AL, Evan (Sarah) Sailer of Gilbert, Channing (Abby) Sailer of Mesa, Galen Sailer of Old Orchard Beach, ME, Mrs. Glenn (Abigail) Driskill, Chaelise Sailer, and Brayden Sailer all of Mesa, as well as five nieces and three nephews; multiple uncles, aunts, and cousins.

He is also survived by his mother’s birth parents: Stephen (Shannon) Barber of Portland, OR and Mrs. Laezer (Mary Lynn Soini) Schlomkowitz of Santa Barbara, CA.

He was preceded in death by his grandfathers: Rev. Harold Sailer and Rev. Darrell Barber.

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  1. Lin says:

    To the family of Keenan, I am so sorry for your loss.
    What’s helped our family continued to be strengthened throughout our loss, is throwing our burdens on Jehovah our God. He cares for us and in the near future will reunite us with our loved ones on a paradise earth where death will be no more. 1 Peter 5:7, Eze 37:13, Rev 21:4
    Until that time, may he grant you the strength and comfort you need. Your family is in my thoughts.

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Keenan Garth Sailer

September 27, 1997 – February 7, 2021


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Keenan Garth Sailer, 23, of Mesa, AZ died suddenly on February 7, 2021 in Mesa. He was born on September 27, 1997 to Donathan and Karie (Barber) Sailer in Crivitz, Wisconsin.

He was a loving son, supportive husband and devoted father. He enjoyed making others laugh, playing video games with his friends and siblings, making music and videos, doting on his boys, and working at AT&T. He was thoughtful, kind, generous, playful, creative and a hopeless romantic. He was headstrong. He could hold your feet to the fire in a debate. He was a poet. He will be sorely missed.

He is survived by his parents, his wife Natasha (Mexin) Sailer of Mesa, two sons: August Paul and Alyosha Garth, his grandmothers: Arlene (Patz) Sailer of Pound, WI and Kathleen (McNeel) Barber of Frankfort, IN, seven siblings: Mrs. Timothy (Anna) O’Reilly of Opelika, AL, Evan (Sarah) Sailer of Gilbert, Channing (Abby) Sailer of Mesa, Galen Sailer of Old Orchard Beach, ME, Mrs. Glenn (Abigail) Driskill, Chaelise Sailer, and Brayden Sailer all of Mesa, as well as five nieces and three nephews; multiple uncles, aunts, and cousins.

He is also survived by his mother’s birth parents: Stephen (Shannon) Barber of Portland, OR and Mrs. Laezer (Mary Lynn Soini) Schlomkowitz of Santa Barbara, CA.

He was preceded in death by his grandfathers: Rev. Harold Sailer and Rev. Darrell Barber.

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  1. Lin says:

    To the family of Keenan, I am so sorry for your loss.
    What’s helped our family continued to be strengthened throughout our loss, is throwing our burdens on Jehovah our God. He cares for us and in the near future will reunite us with our loved ones on a paradise earth where death will be no more. 1 Peter 5:7, Eze 37:13, Rev 21:4
    Until that time, may he grant you the strength and comfort you need. Your family is in my thoughts.

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