Keith Caneiro Biography – Keith Caneiro Wiki
Keith Caneiro was the owner of the Colts Neck, New Jersey mansion where he, his wife and their two children died Tuesday. Caneiro’s wife Jennifer, 45, and their two children were found dead in their burning home. Keith Caneiro was found dead with a gunshot wound on the grass in front of the home.
According to Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni, Keith Caneiro, his wife, Jennifer Caneiro, and their two children Jesse and Sophia died “of homicidal violence prior to when the fire was set.” A couple and their two children were dead prior to a fire being set at their massive Colts Neck, New Jersey, mansion.
Caneiro, a Ivy League-educated CEO of a technology company, is the brother of Paul Caneiro, whose home in Ocean Township, New Jersey was also set on fire Tuesday. Paul was arrested for the arson at his own home Wednesday. Police say they suspect arson in both cases and believe they may be related.
He graduated from Columbia University with a Masters of Science degree in early 2018 and received his Bachelor’s Degree from Columbia in 2014. He also received certifications from the Harvard Business School’s web platform.
He was the CEO of Square One, an Asbury Park technology consulting firm and also operated a pest control company.
Keith Caneiro Age
He was 50 years old at the time of his death.
Keith Caneiro Wife
He was married to Jennifer Karidis Caneiro and they had two children Jesse, 11, and Sophia, 8.
Keith Caneiro Brother
Keith and his brothers Paul Caneiro were raised in Brooklyn, married women from Staten Island and moved to houses in suburban New Jersey about 20 minutes apart. In 1991, Keith was the best man at Paul’s wedding. The brothers were business partners, co-owning a technology company and a pest control business.
Keith Caneiro’s brother Paul J. Caneiro was arrested Wednesday and charged with aggravated arson in connection to the Tuesday morning blaze at his Ocean Township, New Jersey home on the same day his brother’s family was found dead. His wife and two daughters were at home when he lit the blaze.
A bail has not been set for Paul and he is expected to make a court appearance on November 28, 2018.