Dakota High School graduate Keegan Reed who was died in an automobile accident in Clinton Township

Keegan Reed Obituary, Death – Keegan Reed passed away in a car accident in Clinton Township. Keegan was a Dakota High School graduate. He had graduated from Dakota High School this year and had been the football team’s quarterback. Our thoughts and prayers are with the loved ones of Keegan. We learned about this death news through a user on social media, the statement reads below.

According to the Clinton Township Police Department report, around 5:13 p.m. Sunday, Clinton Township police responded to a crash on Cass Avenue at Halsey Boulevard, located between Romeo Plank and Heydenreich roads.

Sgt. Steven Vasilides of the Clinton Township Police Department said the crash was involving a gray 2018 Audi and a black 2015 Ford Taurus. Keegan Reed, a 2022 Dakota High School graduate who played quarterback on the school’s football team was the driver of the gray 2018 Audi.

Patrick was driving a gray 2018 Audi eastbound on Cass Avenue when he lost control of his vehicle. The Audi crossed the center lane and into oncoming traffic where it was struck by a black 2015 Taurus traveling westbound in the left lane.

Keegan Reed was transported to a local hospital and was later pronounced dead from injuries sustained in the crash while the driver of the Taurus also was injured during the crash and transported to a local hospital for treatment.

The Clinton Township Police Department is investigating the crash. Anyone with information should contact the department at (586) 493-7802 and/or Lieutenant C. Allis at (586) 615-2525.

Keegan Reed Obituary

According to Keegan Patrick Reed’s obituary, he was the eloved son of Patrick (Rosa) and Heidi (Jimmy Schneider) von Oetinger-Reed. Loving brother of Salena and Jessica. Treasured grandson of the late Patsy Anne (Pringle) von Oetinger and Helmut “Opa” von Oetinger and Noelle and the late John Reed.

Patrick was the treasured grandson of Arlette “Grandmere” Schneider. Adored grandson of bonus grandmother Renee P. Bush. He will be loved and remembered by many aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and his three loyal retrievers and his feline “Jaws.”

Keegan was a spirited, humorous, loving, sincere, extremely protective, and loyal young man with many dreams of becoming an entrepreneur within the exotic and modified car industry. He was employed at J-Russ Inc. throughout his senior year of high school up until now. He took extreme pride in modifying his many cars.

Keegan is a recent graduate of Dakota High School where he was a talented athlete. He began playing sports as soon as he was walking and always had a ball in his hand, from a soccer ball, basketball, baseball, to a football.

He loved his teammates, and they meant the world to him. Even though he was a gifted athlete he would play that down in a humble manner. Because teamwork is about the team first. He held his teammates and friends as true beloved family.

For Keegan, the most important thing in his life was the relationships that he built with people and that his numerous brothers and sisters were not from his own blood but made from the heart. Keegan truly loved and respected his “brothers.”

Visitation Saturday, October 1st, 2022, from 5-9pm and Sunday, October 2nd, 2022, from 1-9pm at Wujek – Calcaterra & Sons, Inc. (Shelby Township) 54880 Van Dyke at 25 Mile Rd.

Funeral Monday, October 3rd, 2022, Instate from 9:30am until time of 10am Mass at St. John Vianney Catholic Church, 54045 Schoenherr Rd, Shelby Township, MI 48315 (Between 24 & 25 Mile Rd.).


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