Keith Anthony Hague

May 31, 1966 ~ December 3, 2021 (age 55)


It is with profound sorrow we announce the passing of our beloved husband and father.

Keith Anthony Hague, 55, of Norwell, MA passed away unexpectedly on December 3rd, while biking on the trails of Wompatuck with his dear friend, Michael Kenny. Our family will be forever grateful that Mike was by his side.


Keith was born on May 31,1966 and was the devoted son of Ronald J. Hague Sr. and Angela L. (Perry) Hague of Creede, CO. He was predeceased by his infant sons Jacob Perry and Keith Anthony Hague, Jr. He was married to his soulmate Angela (Archambault) Hague for twenty nine years and was a devoted father to his cherished children, Harris Winslow and Isabel Xiaotong Hague. In addition, Keith was a loyal brother to his siblings, Erica Hague MacNaught of Ponte Vedra, FL, Ronald J. Hague, Jr. of Dennis, MA, Ross J. Hague of Colorado, and his surrogate sister, Kerry A. DiPietro of Middlebury, CT. He is survived by 11 nieces and nephews, several godchildren and countless others that lovingly referred to him as “Uncle”. Keith was adored by many and as his dear friend Trish Duty often said with fondness, “Everyone needs a Keith!”


Keith graduated from Dennis-Yarmouth High School in 1984 where he excelled in Football and Track. He furthered his studies at Northeastern University graduating in 1990 with a degree in Civil Engineering. He was a member of the NU Rugby Club and played with the same zeal as he exhibited in everything he executed.


Keith was the consummate gentleman and ultimate family man. He was totally fulfilled and derived great pleasure from his commitment and dedication to being an outstanding husband and the most amazing dad. We were blessed to be showered with his love unconditionally and share in his exceptional life. Keith had many passions, but first and foremost was his love for his family.


Keith was a renaissance man. His zest for life was contagious and we reveled in his orbit. We marveled at his gifts because there was nothing he couldn’t do. He was an absolute perfectionist and never shied away from a challenge. He was a sports and adventure enthusiast, accomplished chef, gardener, all around handyman, devoted “dance dad”, as well as a gifted artist, who in his spare time founded StoneHeartStudio in 2013 with his wife, Angela. His hand carved stone hearts brought such joy and solace to many in the community and afar.


Keith was an established and respected real estate executive, most notably and recently as the Vice President of Construction and Development for EDENS, overseeing design, permitting and construction for the company.  With over 30 years of experience, Keith was considered one of the best in his field and managed development projects across the Northeast, varying from shopping center renovations to massive, complex mixed-use projects in the City of Boston and surrounding suburbs. 


In the firm’s Boston office, Keith was more than the head of construction to his colleagues. He was the heart and soul of the office.  Always having an open-door policy and being unselfish with his time, he was a mentor and guide for all, especially for the company’s younger talent. His closest colleagues jokingly referred to him as the “secret weapon,” as you could go to Keith for any work-related question, but also for advice on issues outside the office, as big as how to be a better spouse or parent, or as small as how to cook a better steak or finish a home improvement project. Keith was an expert at them all.  His infectious energy was felt whether in a team strategy meeting and most definitely in a company outing to celebrate a team success or holiday, where he was always the life of the party. 


Additionally, Keith served as the company’s lead for community outreach as he had a passion for improving the quality of life for the neighborhoods in which he worked.  As most aptly seen by his service to the Boys & Girls Club of Dorchester, he gave countless hours of community service and everyone in the neighborhood had Keith’s cell phone number if they had a problem or needed financial assistance. Through his work and actions, Keith touched people of all different backgrounds and experience, treating everyone with genuine care and consideration. Whether a civic leader, friend, colleague or local resident, all were better for having worked and known him.


Dearest Cookie, we are so proud you were ours. Rest easy with our babies. We love you.


There will be a private service for immediate family held on Sunday, December 12, 2021 and a Celebration of Keith’s Life will be announced in early 2022.  In lieu of flowers, donations in Keith’s memory can be made to The Ronald McDonald House, 250 Brackett St.,Portland, ME  04102.

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