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Keondre “Keke” Jarrell Isaac




On Thursday, February 8th, 2024, Keondre “Keke” Jarrell Isaac of Windsor Locks, CT entered into his eternal rest. Born June 9th, 1980. He was 43 years old. This unexpected tragedy has left many friends and family members heartbroken. Keondre was predeceased by his mother, Linda Isaac just a month prior. 

Keondre is survived by his two sons Keshaun and Kamryn Isaac, his father, Robert Chaney, longtime girlfriend Chelsi Kohler, her daughters Areyah and Daijah Spicer, his brothers, Shawn Chaney, Rick Chaney Jr., Rick Long, Trevor Gregory, Jayden Chaney and sisters Tiffany Atkins, Arieal Terrell, Miracle Chaney, Rikki Chaney, Mary Chaney and Chaney Ortiz along with grandparents, many close cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and friends.


Keondre has lived through CT most his life until 2022 when he moved to Windsor Locks. He attended Rockville High School in the late 90’s where he met most of his long-time friends and the mother of his children, Reagan.


His passions were music and sports, being a die-hard fan of Michigan State Wolverines, who he was ecstatic won the championship this year, NY Giants, NY Yankees, and the NY Knicks. He enjoyed betting on games and players alike and was quite good at it. He enjoyed playing football and basketball on his gaming systems. Keondre also loved to take trips and vacations. He loved the beach but hated the water. He always kept a special place in his heart for NYC and he tried to take trips there whenever possible. He took walks at as many CT parks as possible with his dog, Princess. Keondre was big on family and would make sure to keep in touch with his relatives and do pop-up visits on his maternal grandparents, Mary and Steve in Vernon, CT.


Keondre was a man with a huge heart, was hard-working, and always doing his best to help those he cared about. He loved hard and unselfishly.


Keondre always had a way with words and was quick to make a joke or have a comeback. Anyone who truly knew him would agree, his smile lit up a room and you’d always have a good time if he was involved. He was a wonderful story teller and was always a shoulder to lean on if you needed one.


For those of us left here to mourn him, we find comfort in knowing that Keondre is no longer suffering. He battled internally for many years but is now finally at peace, alongside his mother who he loved deeply.

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Rest in Peace my friend. You will be forever missed.

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Robert, you and yours are in my Prayers!💕

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