Keith E. Pratt, 60

Keith E. Pratt, 60, of Martville, died Monday at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester.

A native of Fulton, he had resided in the Martville area for the past 22 years. Keith was employed as a production planner at Fulton Tool for many years. He previously worked at Black Clawson in Fulton. Keith was a member of Hope Community Lutheran Church of Red Creek. He was a member of Harrisville Hunting Club and Syracuse Rock and Mineral Club. He served in the U.S. Air Force from 1968-1972. Keith loved the outdoors and was an avid sportsman.

Surviving are his wife of 24 years, Jacquelyn Pfaff-Pratt of Martville; his sisters, Bonnie (Charles) Tyo of Hemlock; Jill (Richard) Churchill of Augusta, GA and Cindy (Brian) Seeber of Fulton; a nephew, Steven Crofoot; four nieces, Sandy Kolmel, Linda Gifford, Sarah Stephens and Laurie Parkhurst.

Services will be held 11 a.m. Saturday at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 64 Gillespie Road, Fulton with burial at Mt. Adnah Cemetery, Fulton. Calling hours are 4 to 8 p.m. Friday at Foster Funeral Home, 910 Fay Street, Fulton. Memorial contributions may be made to Hope Community Lutheran Church, P.O. Box 59, Red Creek, 13143.

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6 Comments

  1. Dear Jackie, This is Linda,who helped you
    Sunday night. My daughter and I are so sorry . You know I’ve been through this recently, and I find that talking to others who are grieving helps me. If you feel like talking someday,my number is 585 393-0836. You will be in my thoughts .
    Love, Linda Sweeney

  2. I remember Keith as a young man and he was a very nice guy. What a great lose you are all feeling I am sure. I am so sorry ! God Bless you all and give you the strength to get thro this difficult time. Bonnie

  3. Jackie and family,
    Although it has been many years since we spent time together, the memory of your strong, loving family always remains with me. I hope you can all draw from that strength now and in the future….. all of you! My prayers and thoughts are with you this week. Lorraine

  4. You probably do not remember me but I knew the Pratt family and Keith many years ago. Do want you to know I am saying a prayer for you and the rest of the family. Holly Waby Swartz

  5. Hi, I’m so sorry for your loss, even thought you don’t know me, Keith and I were best buddies in school, and even though i haven’t kept in contact or stayed close to him after school, I really feel a great loss just the same. I loved him like a brother and several times that i’ve been over to Foster’s Funeral home in the past i’ve driven by his old homestead on fay street’ wondering what old Keith was doing these days, I’ll have to look him up someday. Well,, procrastrination as usual set in and because it did, I ‘ll never get to see my old buddy again. Please accept my condolence’s on behalf of myself and my family. Sincerely, Larry and judy Parkhurst

  6. Jackie,

    Michael Crofoot told me today about Keith’s passing- I am so sorry. Keith and I were roommates at Morrisville and he’s always been very dear to me even though we had fallen out of touch. I’ll be thinking of you both.

    Thom Zajac

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