Keane, Kevin J.

June 17, 1959 - April 1, 2013

Kevin John Keane, born June 17, 1959 in Winchester, MA to the late Daniel and Constance Keane, passed away on April 01, 2013 at his home in Lucas, TX. Kevin was a devoted father to his two surviving children, Faith Keane and Jacob Keane, and is also survived by his siblings, Dan Keane of AK, Denise Baird of PA, Nancy Samalonis of NJ, Mike Keane of VA and Maureen Keane of NJ. Kevin was the VP of sales for AP&G, an avid outdoors-man and sportsman, a world traveler and a loving family man. A Celebration of Kevin’s Life will be held at the Aria Memorial Chapel 19310 Preston Rd., Dallas, TX 75252 on Thursday, April 04, 2013 at 1pm. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to be made to the Kevin Keane Memorial Fund c/o Denise Baird 1130 Wheatland Avenue, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603.

10 replies on “Keane, Kevin J.”

Peter Connelly says:

Kevin was a shooting star, never to be fully constrained. We will miss you Buddy.

Kathy sweet says:

Family friend

Donna Phillips says:

Rest in peace Kevin. You were a very special person who will be missed by all who had the pleasure to know you.

Michael Cavanaugh says:

To the Keane family,
We send our sympathy and our prayers to you all.
Michael Cavanaugh
Pest iD of New Jersey

Vicki Holst says:

Praying for all of Kevin’s family and especially his blessed children. May peace come to all that who were fortunate enough to know him and are feeling such loss.

Tony Smith says:

I have known Kevin since he became National Sales Manager for Atlantic Paste and Glue. It is not often that you meet someone and immediately form a professional and personal bond. From day one I knew Kevin was one of those guys that I was going to like and become personal friends with.

On a professional basis Kevin and I worked very close in order for my company Univar and AP&G to both reap the benefits and neither company be harmed by the agreement.

Kevin and I along with the National Account Manager for AP&G, Robert Stocker, always enjoyed the business side of the relationship, being serious when it was necessary to complete the order and knowing that not far away would be the beginning of the fun side.

In October of 2012, Robert invited me to join Kevin and him on a trip to his family ranch in Laredo. We had such a blast and laughed so much that I do believe we pulled muscles in our stomachs.

Kevin and I talked at least once a week. He was always checking in on me and my family and I would ask him about his babies at home. When he spoke of his children his eyes would light up and you could tell that he loved his children as much as any father could love his children.

Kevin was very excitable and when we spoke he would talk 100 MPH. I had to listen very closely and at times I would have to tell him, “Kevin, slow down, my ears can’t work as fast as your mouth.” He would slow down for a while and then be right back up to 100 MPH again!

Kevin will be missed by all those who knew him including his family, friends and colleagues. There is not doubt that when Kevin gets to Heaven God is going to have to hold up his mighty hand and say, “Kevin, please slow down because my holy ears cannot keep up with your New Jersey mouth!”

Fairwell my friend, you will be missed. I love you and I will see you again one day. Rest in peace my friend.


Tomball, TX.

Renee' Valdov says:

Having you in my life, for even that short period of time, was a true blessing. Your spirit will remain a part of me always. Thank you for letting me have a small piece of you..xoxo

Phillip Cooper says:

I will always remember a big smile and a hearty “Coop” when he would see me. Kevin was someone I always someone I would look for at our industry meetings and it will be very different without him. While he will be missed he left a lasting impact and it is the impact that matters most. To a great guy.

George Leyendecker says:

My deepest condolences to the entire Keane family. Kevin, or Mic, as we used to call him whenever he came down to South Texas will be missed by all who came to know him either professionally or in a different venue. His love for his children always showed beyond all things when asked how his children were doing.

I have lost a great friend but I can never lose the thought of the wonderful times we all spent together hunting or fishing.

Thank you, Kevin for the many wonderful memories.

We will miss you. Rest peacefully my old friend.

George Leyendecker
Corpus Christi, Texas 78411

Noreen Toner Contarino says:

Here’s to good old Edgewater Park memories. May you be at peace now. I’ll keep you in my prayers. My condolences to your family.

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