It is with extreme sadness, the family of Keith Lomax Trowbridge announce he passed peacefully on July 3, 2021 at the age of 91 with his family by his side.. A loving husband, father, and grandfather, he will be greatly missed. Born 6/17/1930 in Salt Lake City to George Briggs Trowbridge and Louise Lomax Trowbridge, he was the second of three sons. Keith moved to Dillon, MT while in high school and graduated from Beaverhead County High School. He also attended Western Montana College and graduated from Printers College in Pocatello, Idaho. He served in the National Guard and active duty in the Army. He married Alice Hren in 1965 and they have been married for 56 years. After working in printing for one year, he chose carpentry as his life’s vocation and worked for Western Montana College on the carpentry/maintenance crew for 28 years. He used his carpentry skills to build his home and lived there for the next 50 years. His home was a source of great pride and enjoyment for him. He was an avid outdoorsman and loved fishing and hunting. He loved spending time with his family, and enjoyed teaching his grandsons how to fish and attended their baseball, soccer and hockey games. It takes a village to raise children and he was very active supporting his children and grandsons. He is preceded in death by his parents, mother-in-law and father-in-law Catherine and John Hren and brother Gail Trowbridge He is survived by his wife Alice Trowbridge, daughters Bernadette (Pete) Peterson of Bellevue, NE and Connie (Bob) Everly of Butte, MT. He also has two grandsons, Colt Everly (Nikiya Adomaitis) and Dylan Everly of Denver, Colorado. He is also survived by his brother Kenneth Trowbridge of Reno, NV as well as numerous nieces and nephews. The family would like to thank the staff of the Legacy Assisted Living, where he received wonderful care the last month of his life and Barrett Memorial Home Care and Hospice Services (Cindy) for all their care and comfort. We would also like to thank the American Legion for all their time and the use of medical equipment at no charge. Memorials may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice. Private family services have taken place as well as internment at Mountain View Cemetery.