Charles "Chuck" Francis Keway Jr.

Charles "Chuck" Francis Keway Jr. - age 81, of Fenton, died Wednesday, August 21, 2019.  Funeral services will be held at 1 PM on Tuesday, August 27, 2019 at Sharp Funeral Homes, Linden Chapel, 209 E. Broad St., Linden. Chaplain Donald Bennett officiating. Burial in Fairview Cemetery, Linden. Visitation will be held at the funeral home Monday, August 26, from 5-9 PM and Tuesday from Noon until the time of the service. Those desiring may make contributions to the Charles Francis Keway Jr. Memorial Fund, c/o the family. Chuck was born September 9, 1937 in Emmett County, the son of Charles Francis Keway Sr. and Margaret Christine Lauer. He was a 1956 graduate of Grayling High School. He married Judith Ann Munsie February 18, 1956 in Grayling. Chuck owned and operated Keway Construction and Keway Tree Farm. He had resided in Fenton since 1987 coming from Linden. He was a member and elder of the Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa Indians. He also was a life member of the Holly Moose Lodge #1168 and a member of the Operating Engineers Local #324 in Southfield. He is survived by, his wife of 63 years, Judith; son, Michael Keway (Kelly Cooper) of Linden; grandsons, Matt (Christine) Keway of Fenton, Gabe (Melinda) Keway of Byron, and Justin Keway of Linden; great-grandchildren, Mya, Christian, Allie, Anna, and Kendal; brothers, Jim (Nadine) Keway of Ortonville and Bill (Diana) Keway of Golconda, IL; sister, Marie Deckrow of Tampa, FL; many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; and brother, Phil Keway. Tributes may be shared at

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