HonoringRobert "Bobby" Keese

Colorado Springs, CO

EOW: Oct. 20, 2023 | Cause: Cardiac Arrest

Age: 55 Tour: 30 Years Badge: N/A

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The Colorado Springs Fire Department announced Saturday the sudden passing of active duty department driver and engineer, Bobby Keese. According to officials, Keese was actively working for Station 22 in Colorado Springs on B-shift.

Bobby Keese joined the CSFD on May 17, 1993 and was promoted to Driver/Engineer in February 1999. Department officials proclaimed, “Bobby was one of our excellent driver/mentors for the CSFD and Local 5.” In February of 2023 he was recognized with CSFD’s first ever Outstanding Mentorship Award. He leaves behind his wife Cynthia and his children Mikaela and Ryan.

Through the generosity of our donors, we had the honor of hand-delivering vital resources to help ease their financial hardship while mourning.

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