Keith Frank Groscost

Keith Frank Groscost

March 27, 1936 - April 21, 2020

Keith Frank Groscost

March 27, 1936 - April 21, 2020


Keith Frank Groscost, Sr.



Keith Frank Groscost, Sr., 84, of Industry passed away Tuesday April 21 in Brighton Wellness and Rehabilitation. He was born March 27, 1936 in Brighton Township and was the son of the late Donald and Josephine Davis Groscost. Keith was a graduate of Lincoln High School in Midland, had attended 4 Mile Presbyterian Church and his hobbies were golf, Hunting, fishing and gardening. He loved listening to polka and big band music. He was an Army veteran, stationed in Germany during the Berlin Crisis and was in the military band. He had worked at J&L Steel and Crucible Steel, Midland, and was a member of the VFW Legion and Polish Club in Midland. 

Keith is survived by his wife Diane (Douds) Groscost whom he married September 7, 1974, 3 daughters, Susan Groscost, Lori Groscost  and Kelli Wolfe, a son, Keith F. Groscost, Jr., and a son-in-law Chad Wolfe. He was the cherished brother of Donald “Dale” (Alia) Groscost, Kenneth (Barbara) Groscost, Arthur (Sheila) Groscost and sister-in-law, Rita Groscost. He had 8 grandchildren, Erin Jarovich, Lacee Olash, Isabelle Nelson, Ivy Nelson, Shaun Groscost, David Groscost, Zachary Wolfe and Ashlee Wolfe, 3 great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother Bradley Groscost. At the request of the family, there will be no services at this time due to the COVID-19 crisis. A memorial service will be set at a later date. The Todd Funeral Home, 340 Third Street, Beaver was entrusted with handling the professional services. Electronic condolences may be shared at



  • Date & Time: April 22,2020 (4:00 PM - 7:00 PM)

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3 responses to Keith Frank Groscost

  1. Susan Groscost says:

    I have a million loving memories of my Dad💙My childhood was full of love, family and fun. He was the most laid back, happiest, funniest and loving man I have ever known.I will cherish every memory of him forever. And he will live in my heart always and forever. I love you Dad! Rest in peace.¤‡

  2. Anonymous says:

    Condolences from Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 862.

  3. Paul Marlin says:

    My condolences to the Keith’s family on your loss. I grew up with Keith and the Groscost family when they lived in Brighton Township. I was a cousin of Keith and his brothers and enjoyed many summers playing with Keith and Kenneth. We kept in touch when I moved to California and I will miss him.Sincerely,Paul Marlin

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