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David "Keith" Davenport

August 19, 1959 ~ September 1, 2023 (age 64) 64 Years Old


David "Keith" Davenport, 64, owner of Western Hardscape Supply, passed away peacefully in his Woodland Park home on Friday, September 1, 2023.

Born in Abilene, TX on August 19, 1959, he was the first of three children of Norman Dale Davenport and Jacquelyn Davenport.

He grew up in Cascade, Colorado and graduated from Manitou High School class of 1977.

Keith was respected as a hard-working man at his decorative concrete business.  He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, the outdoors, all things motorsports, and kicking up dust on the trails. His huge heart, sense of humor, silly grins, Jack Frost bedhead (but otherwise perfect hair), deep conversations, and amazing hugs that always made everything better, and will forever be missed.

Survived by his children, Skye (Adam) Vojtasek, Tresha Davenport, Nigel Davenport, Kacey Davenport (Alex Blattner), Christie (Kelcey) Tyler, Grandchildren, Tahayla Naasz (Michael Charter), Ceasar Davenport, Montana Vojtasek, Aiyana Naasz (Nick Hillman), Kalianna Naasz, Summer Lynn Santiago, and Kimora Blattner, Great-grandchild, Raelyn Freeberg, Brother, Jon (Mary) Davenport, Nephews, Jon Alexander Davenport and Joshua Davenport, and so very many friends, many of whom he also considered family.

Preceded in death by, his grandmother, Edith Miller, father, Norman Dale Davenport, mother, Jacquelyn Davenport, and brother, Eric Evan Davenport.

His Memorial is September, 17, 2023 from noon - 4pm at Western Hardscape Supply, 1150 N Newport Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80916.

Memorial donations in his honor can be made to the Crazy Horse Foundation.

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