KEYES, James Ivy Stephen Steve

James Ivy Stephen Steve Keyes inhabitant of Woodstock, Georgia passed away early morning, April 30, 2017. Steve was 76 years of age. Steve was conceived in Greenville, Mississippi on April 11, 1941. He went to Castle Heights Military Academy and Lambuth University where he finished his Bachelors degree. He went ahead to get his Masters degree at University of Memphis. He wanted to learn and continued this with post-graduate learns at the University of Alabama. In 1966 Steve met then Peggy Raad, his one genuine romance, amid the spring in Atlanta. They were hitched on November 5 that same year. Post Atlanta they invested energy in Memphis, TN, where their first girl Spring was conceived. From that point they moved to Tuscaloosa, AL, where Rachel was conceived and in the end returned full hover arriving in Atlanta. Peggy passed away after a long fight with malignancy in 1997. They had been hitched 30 years. From the get-go in his profession, Steve proceeded with his energy for learning by showing secondary school understudies in Memphis and Tuscaloosa. He cherished giving back and sharing his insight. Through his whole life he referenced the understudies he touched. Steve had a long profession land both private, where he ran his own particular organization, and business. Steve was CCIM affirmed and an existence individual from the Million Dollar Club and additionally a beneficiary of the Phoenix Award. In the event that you knew Steve you knew him to love. Setting aside opportunity to appreciate the morning calm with his espresso and end his day with Chardonnay at night, Walks on the shoreline. Tuning in to music and thankfulness for French impressionist craftsmanship, watching films, perusing, including his Amplified Bible. Steve had confidence in change and trusted that anybody could change with Gods cherish. He appreciated conversing with individuals and becoming acquainted with them. He adored a decent story, and a decent discussion. Steve was dependably there to tune in. He didn’t consider things excessively important and acknowledged things as they were; It is the thing that it is. His two little girls, Spring and Rachel, and his three grandchildren, Augustin, Margaux and Axel, and his more youthful sibling Irving Rosenbloom, survive Steve. A remembrance is being held at 11 am June 9, 2017, in the Magnolia Room at the First Baptist Church of Woodstock.