Everyone’s favorite guy passed away peacefully surrounded by his loved ones on Sunday night. We are envious of the joyful reunion he is having with all our loved ones on the other side.\n\nKeith was born January 12, 1950 to Keith and Barbara Hall.\n\nHe graduated from Murray High in 1968.\n\nHe married the love of his life, Judy Larsen, on June 19, 1969 in the Salt Lake City Temple. They thoroughly enjoyed 53 years together. They spent time together backpacking, motorcycling, traveling and scuba diving.\n\nTheir marriage has been a shining example to all who know them. They have shown each other grace, love, sacrifice, and devotion.\n\nKeith joined the Navy as a radioman in 1969. He was stationed on the USS Sperry in San Diego until his discharge in 1973.\n\nKeith and Judy then made their home in Murray and Keith joined the Murray City Fire Department in 1976. He retired as a Batallion Chief in 1998.\n\nHis greatest joy was his family. Being Grampy was his absolute favorite role. He adored his six grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. He was always happiest when we were all together. Family trips to Disneyland and the Oregon Coast hold some of our fondest memories.\n\nHe has touched so many lives, everyone who knew him loved him. He left this earth knowing without a doubt he was immeasurably loved. We in turn feel the same from him.\n\nOur family is incredibly grateful for the gift of his heart transplant that he received in July of 2018. We were blessed with the choice a family made to help save a life. We are thankful for the IMC Heart Transplant Team for their dedication and extraordinary care that afforded our family precious extra time.\n\nKeith is survived by his beautiful wife Judy, his daughters Sheri (Luis) Argueta and Shaunie (Steve) Marshall, his grandchildren Lauren (Addison) Garibay, Connor and Mason Argueta, Wyatt (Emily), Dakota (Lauren) and Cassidy Marshall. His two greats Ivory Claire and Hudson Keith Marshall and Chancellor von Pussycat.\n\nHe was preceded in death by his much missed son Casey and his parents.\n\nVisitation with the family will be Friday, January 13, 2023 at Jenkins-Soffe South Valley, 1007 W. South Jordan Parkway, South Jordan, Utah from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.\n\nKeith has chosen to be cremated and will be interred next to Casey at a later time.\n\nIn lieu of flowers, please say yes to organ donation and hug those you love. Never let an opportunity to say “I love you” pass.