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Keith Kissee

Keith Kissee, age 66, of Ozark, died Sunday, September 18, 2022.  He was born August 14, 1956, the son of Donald and Nancy (Kessinger) Kissee.  He was a 1974 graduate of Ozark High School.  He attended North Eastern Oklahoma A&M for two years and graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1978.  Keith was saved and joined First Baptist Church in Ozark at an early age.   


In 1980 Keith moved to Virginia and was employed by Worrell Land and Cattle Company.  He started his own company, KK Seedstock, managing sales and consulting for the Limousin Cattle Business across the United States and Canada. Most recently he has been involved with the Speckle Park breed of cattle and served on the board of directors for the breed association.  


Keith was an avid art collector.  Living in Richmond, Virginia, Keith served on many civic boards there.  Recently Keith had moved back to his family farm, while continuing to do business in Virginia.   

Every person who came in contact with Keith was met with a story, a joke, or a shared memory. Keith's boisterous personality never met a stranger. Keith will be remembered by family and friends through shared stories and memorable moments.


Survivors include:  His father, Donald Kissee; his sister, Karol Sullivan and husband Terry of Ozark; a nephew Andrew Sullivan and wife Emily of Nashville, Tennessee; a niece Elizabeth Sullivan of Oklahoma City;  other relatives, and many friends.  His mother, Nancy Kissee, preceded him in death.  


Funeral services will be 1:00 PM Monday, September 26, at First Baptist Church, Ozark.  A reception will follow in the church.  Burial will be at 3:30 PM in Selmore Cemetery, Ozark. Arrangements are under the direction of Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.


Memorial donations may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice.

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