Keith Allen Liebert

1970 ~ 2022

SFC Keith Allen Liebert, age 51, lost his battle on March 10, 2022.

Sergeant First Class Liebert was a Utah Army National Guard Special Forces Veteran who served three combat deployments.

He is survived by his parents Charlie and Terry Liebert, his sister Melanie Endres, loving wife Jennifer Liebert, children Joseph and Steven Liebert, and stepchildren Bentley, Meadow and LilaRose Hansen.

Memorial Services will be held on Tuesday, March 22, 2022, conducted by dear friend Stephen Herbster. There will be a visitation at Larkin Mortuary-Riverton, 3688 W 12600 S, Riverton, UT from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm. Inurnment services will follow at 2:00 pm at the Utah Veterans Memorial Park, 17111 S. Camp Williams Road, Bluffdale, UT.

The world has lost a hero. Keith’s Warrior is a group of family and friends across the span of 51 short years. While we all miss him greatly, we will never forget the man that always had a smile that was contagious. In his honor, we are joining hundreds of thousands of people across the country who are walking in the Out of the Darkness Community Walks to prevent suicide and support AFSP's mission to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide.

For those unable to attend the service in person, the family invites you to join via Zoom at:

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Dear Terry and Charlie,

Mark let us know about Keith’s passing and wanted to let you know will be praying for all of you. I know it’s been many years since we’ve seen each other and hope you are well. There are no words, but have always found Psalm 46 to be of great comfort. Take good care, Barby

- Barb Hammond

Jenny, I hope you get this. I am so sad for you, there is nothing I can say to help but I want you to know your in my prayers, and I love you! I really wanted to come to the funeral but I can't get out of work. Please know that you can reach out to me anytime, I truly mean that.
All my love to you and yours

- Jennifer Nelson Mull

As my only son I will miss you greatly. Mom and I will always love you. I have great remembrances of our trip from Greensboro to Seattle. Beards and all. You were on your way to the Coast Guard assignment in Kodiak, Alaska. That was the best time we had together. I was blessed by your life. We love Jennifer and her daughters. RIP.

- Charlie Liebert

I am so sorry for this deep loss for each of you I pray the Lord will keep you close to Him and strong in faith and that His peace and comfort be your hope and strength, today and in the coming days. Loving prayers for you all - Kathy Jones ❤️🙏❤️

- Kathy Jones

RIP Sargent

From former Spc Tramposh

- Nathan Tramposh

My sincere condolences to Keith's family and friends he leaves behind. Please gain comfort in knowing there are many of us in the Ranks trying to help our fellow Soldiers learn there are better ways to overcome the darkness that can pull at our mental state so deeply that suicide seems to be the only answer. We regret not having been able to help Keith in time, but he will help in ways we may never know to save others. RIP SFC

- SFC Paul R. Diamond

And now more than ever, as the Apostle Paul admonished, " . . . be steadfast, immovable, . . . knowing that your labor is not in vain . . . " 1Cor 15:58

- Bob Kelly