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Keith was laid to rest at Spring Hill Gardens, outside of Nashville in Madison Tn. The sevice was held as below:

Friday May 12, 1989
St. Joseph Church,
Madison, Tenn.
11:30 A.M

Father Kibby said and I bet you thought Keith Whitley was the
first to sing I'm no stranger to the rain Yes from the very
beginning Christians have never been strangers to the rain at one
time or another, all of us could describe our lives as Terrible
Storms, at one time or another we have all known what it is like
to have our lives pushed and shoved and knocked about by powers
we can not control We all have our fears and we have had those
Moments when our Boats began to take on water Keith is at peace
now and its up to all of us to find our own peace let us put this
cloud behind us because thats how God designed us to ride the Wind
and Dance in a hurricane,

The Story of Jesus and the Story of
Keith remind us that indeed we are no Strangers to the Rain We are
called to be its Conquerors...I think Keith would ask us to look
into our lives, into the Storms of our lives and search for
Stillness by Awakening the Presence of God who is with us I Think
he would ask us to Beg, Steal or Borrow, do whatever we must do to
Come into the SunShine to get the clouds behind us, To Bring our
Lives out of the Darkness and into the LIGHT .....

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