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Keith Bieber

July 5, 1943 December 8, 2021
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Our father, Keith Bieber, went to be with the Lord on December 8, 2021. He was born July 5, 1943, in Lincoln, Nebraska to parents George Bieber and June Colton. His mother later married George Premovich. Keith had three siblings: Kent Bieber (deceased), Barbara Carter, and John Premovich. He was raised in Spokane, WA and graduated from Rogers High School in 1961. One of his proudest memories was being on the first wresting team at Rogers. He and his future wife, Star Bamonte, met at Rogers. They had three children: Lani Conrad, Monte and Scott Bieber, who have a half sibling Tom Tripp. Keith loved his children and also helped parent several others through subsequent relationships: Gary Steward, Ron and Connie Fow, Scott, Ryan and Skip Wasmund.

Keith took a job with the railroad while attending classes at Gonzaga, Eastern University and American Institute of banking, where he obtained degrees in Business Administration. He then worked at several financial institutions in management, finance and loan officer positions. Keith had a love for others and was always interested in their lives and stories. Keith’s biggest investments were his relationships with family and friends. He had a passion for reading and loved all sports. He especially enjoyed golfing, ping pong, fine dining and cooking. He had a steady disposition and was always able to remain positive, keeping a comical sense of humor throughout life’s hardships.

Keith adored his grandchildren: Lindsi Vaughan, Colton Nordlund, Ryan, Tara and Blake Bieber, Blaine Ralph, Brandon Bieber, Noah and Mackenzie McNeilly. He was exceptionally proud of his great grandkids Kamryn Walker, Adelaide and Max Vaughan.
We admired our dad and learned so much from him. He touched many lives in the community with his tender heart and empathy and really did have a wonderful life. He will be deeply missed.

If you feel led to make any contribution, one of his favorite charities was Union Gospel Mission. We will have a celebration of his life for family and close friends on January 8, 2022. For more information, please see the registry at
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Celebration of Life




12:00 PM 1/8/2022 12:00:00 PM - 3:00 PM 1/8/2022 3:00:00 PM
Das Stein Haus

1812 W Francis Ave
Spokane, WA 99205

Das Stein Haus
1812 W Francis Ave Spokane 99205 WA
United States

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