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Keith Dessureau, 65, of East Haven passed away unexpectedly at home on July 17. He was born Oct. 5, 1954, in Bridgeport to Lawrence and Ruth (VanWart) Dessureau. Keith is survived by his loving wife Jean (Stanley) Dessureau and their four children, Timothy Dessureau of East Haven, Michael Dessureau of Stamford, Brianna Dessureau of East Haven, and Travis Dessureau of East Haven. He is also survived by three children, Tina Dessureau, Lisa Dessureau, and Keith Dessureau, Jr., and one sister, Sharon. He is preceded in death by his parents and brother Arthur.
Keith was a very devoted husband and a kind, caring, and loving father who enjoyed spending time with his family. He enjoyed listening to music like Elton John, Michael Jackson, and Adele just to mention a few. Keith also enjoyed sitting and working outdoors, collecting vintage model cars, and going to car shows. He was a selfless man who enjoyed building things. He built his wife a large home addition to start their new family. He always made sure to provide for his family.
The family received friends on July 23 in the Clancy-Palumbo Funeral Home (Clancy Funeral Home), 43 Kirkham Ave., East Haven. His funeral procession left the Clancy-Palumbo Funeral home on July 24 for a Mass of Christian burial in St. Pio of Pietrelcina Parish at the Church of St. Vincent de Paul, 80 Taylor Ave., East Haven, followed by Committal at All Saints Cemetery in North Haven.
Keith was a gentle and considerate man who was always ready to help anyone when he was asked and was well liked by everyone he met.
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