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Keith Grinstein

Born: 1960-01-01 - Died: 2008-09-28
Cause of Death:
Natural Causes

Death Summary: Keith Grinstein died unexpectedly at his home on September 28, 2008 at the age of 48. It was determined that he died of natural causes.

A memorial service was planned for October 6, 2008 at Temple De Hirsch Sinai, 1511 East Pike Seattle, WA.

Who was Keith Grinstein : Grinstein was a partner in the Seattle based venture capital firm Second Avenue Partners and chairman of coin-counting machine company Coinstar.

He was also the son of former Delta Air Lines CEO Gerald Grinstein.

Grinstein formerly held senior positions at McCaw Cellular, AT&T Wireless and Nextel International.
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4 Signatures in Keith Grinstein's guestbook

  1. Dawn Clark Says:

    Jerry – I am an employee of Delta Air Lines. I was so sorry to hear of the death of your son. You and your family will be in my prayers. Dawn Clark

  2. Linda Moran Says:

    To Claire, Keith’s wife, I know how you will miss him. What a character he was! A funny, kind-hearted guy. I met Keith in Aug. 1992, at McCaw Cellular, in Kirkland, WA. Claircom Communications had just begun, and Keith ran that start-up business, expertly and made it fun at the same time. Quickly, this business became AT&T Wireless Services. Most of us to this day, still say “That was a good run!” Thank you for making that company, Keith. I was proud to work there with you.

  3. David Rahfeldt Says:

    Keith and I disagreed on a good number of initiatives and things he did, but we always ended our rare but intense conversations with laughter. He was the kind of guy that could find humor in learning that he was deluded , or that you were deluded, with equal amusement. A good man, struggling with his own demons but deligthting in them … knew him from AT&T Wireless and he kept encouraging me to join his efforts or businesses … too late now Keith!@

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