Keith Moline was born in the Old Galt Hospital in Lethbridge and claims that makes him a “museum piece.”
He grew up on a farm near Barnwell, attended school in Barnwell and Taber and has spent his entire life in the Lethbridge area.
After his wife, Patsy, passed away in 2001, he remarried Chris. Together, they are the proud parents of two sons, two daughters, ten grandchildren and one great-grandchild; they are Keith’s life treasures.
He has been in the construction business for 45 years and has continued to be involved well past the age when most are retired. Many homes in the city contain Keith’s works of art in tile and woodwork.
Keith is an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, serving in many leadership capabilities, including High Council.
He met Ralph Zentner during the construction of Cornerstone Funeral Home in 1995, where Keith did some tile work. He has been associated with Cornerstone since and assists our staff at LDS services.