Date of Passing:
Pacheco, Keith, 46, of Office Parkway, East Providence, died peacefully on November 9, 2020.
Born in Providence, a son of the late Fernando and Beatrice E. (Tavares) Pacheco, he was a lifelong resident of East Providence.
Mr. Pacheco was an IT Specialist for FBK Enterprises for 4 years.
Keith enjoyed collecting comic books, playing video games, listening to music, watching movies and reading.
He is survived by a sister, Darlene M. Regan and her husband William of Charlestown, RI; two brothers, Fred Pacheco and his wife Becky of North Providence and Dennis Pacheco and his wife Chasity of Riverside; ten nieces and nephews, Dace, Bethany, Nicholas, Alyssa, Allie, Alexa, Jagger, Adriana, Annabella and Audrey; aunt and uncle Lou and Bob Major and his devoted cat Maksim.
A private funeral service will be held in the W. RAYMOND WATSON FUNERAL HOME, 350 Willett Avenue, Riverside followed by a private burial in Gate of Heaven Cemetery.
Fred, Darlene and Dennis – I am so sorry to hear this news. We lost touch through the years but I have so many fond memories of Keith and great times spent on Circle Drive. I am so sorry for your loss.
Darlene, Dennis, Fred and Lexi, I am so sorry for your loss. Words cannot truly express my sincere condolences. While I may have lost touch with Keith over the years as life takes us down different paths. I will always have our childhood through high school memories to reflect upon. May Keith rest in peace and be forever remembered in our hearts.
My deepest sympathy for all Keith’s family. He will be greatly missed. RIP
I’m so sorry for your loss. May Keith Rest In Peace. God bless.
To all family members, I was so saddened to hear about Keith’s passing. I hope that you will have strength during this time of loss and am sending healing prayers. Keith was an amazing person and I’m so thankful to have known him! He was down to earth, easy to talk to, a man with good morals, and he always made me laugh, no matter how hard his own personal battles were. He will be remembered by all that knew him. My deepest condolences!
Dear Fred, Darlene & Dennis — I am so deeply sorry for your loss. Your little brother was a dearly loved friend of mine ever since early childhood…I will always remember him as my brother. So many years of memories, so many great times with him and you all. Keith was a one-of-a-kind guy, and I think it was perhaps his sick sense of humor that I loved most about him…I always called him the Master Prankster. We had some many things we loved in common — music, concerts movies, sports, card collecting, comics, video games…I can still see us all riding our bikes around the neighborhood and playing basketball, football and street hockey at Grassy Plain Park. I am despaired that we drifted apart over recent years, especially now knowing his end of life battle he waged so heroically. I will always hold my memories of Keith close to my heart. I wish you all my prayers, condolences and love. RIP dear Keith…
My condolences to Keith’s family. He was a great guy and he fought a good fight. RIP Keith.
Fred,Darlene and Dennis, I am so sorry for your loss. I will always have great memories of Keith and good times shared not only with Keith but often you three as well. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Sending sincere condolences to Darlene, Billy & Lexie. As a long time friend, I’ve heard beautiful things about Keith and his relationships with his mom & siblings. May God bless you all with peace and love, as you hold tight to each memory. May Keith rest in His kingdom.
Rose, John, Jared & Ana
Darlene, Dennis, Fred and Lexi. I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Keith. He truly was like a brother to me, knowing him from such a young age. Although sadly we had lost touch of one another I will remember all of the good times we shared over the years. I hope that you also find solace in all of your memories of Keith. May he rest in peace.
Darlene, Fred, Dennis, Lexie… I am very sorry to learn of Keith’s passing. It was long and hard fought battle. I never had the pleasure of meeting Keith. My familiarity was from listening to the stories told by Darlene. His kindness, resilience, and determination. His love for Lexie. I was always so impressed to listen to stories of how Kieth, despite all of the up’s and down’s, never complained. To be sure he was at the Hospital on time, he would arrive hours early. Despite the 75 minute trip to Boston, he never complained. Adapting to a prosthetic, again, he never complained. How one battle was fought only to be challenged by another. But what was always so evident throughout every story was the devotion, love and caring shown by Keith’s family. Despite working fulltime, Fred, Dennis and Darlene drove to Boston countless times. The hundreds of phone calls Darlene made to coordinate Keith’s care. Driving from South County after work to bring Keith a slice of chocolate cake from Greg’s. Dropping off his favorite home made meal. Searching for his favorite magazine. It was such a demonstration of how a family comes together to provide for another. You are all remarkable and I am most certain Keith was so appreciative of all of your love.
Darlene,My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family….May Keith RIP