Dan Keane Obituary, Great Supporter Of Muskerry Vintage Club Has Died
- john Gibson
Dan Keane Obituary, Death – The news of the demise of one of our members, Dan Keane, has left us all in a state of profound melancholy. We would like to send our condolences to Dan’s family during this difficult time. Dan was a long-time member of the Muskerry Vintage Club and was an enthusiastic supporter of the organization. Daniel Keane had the comfort of his brothers Brian and Peter at the time of his demise, which allowed him to pass away in a serene manner.
In his dying days, Daniel did not suffer from any kind of discomfort. The 20th of May, 1947 marks Dan’s birthday, and he was born in the city of Duluth in the state of Minnesota. He spent his childhood in Oak Park, Illinois, but for the most part of the last 45 years, he has lived in both Arlington and Staunton, Virginia, dividing his time between the two cities.
He spent his childhood there. Dan obtained a number of advanced degrees and was an active member of the Toastmasters organization when he was younger in his life. The years that Dan has spent with his wife Danielle, whom he first met and eventually married in the assisted living community where they both were residents, are the years that Dan counts as some of the happiest years of his life. Dan met Danielle at the assisted living community where they both were residents. During their time as residents there, Dan and Danielle first became acquainted.
After Dan’s passing, he will be missed by a number of people, including his wife, his brothers Dennis, Brian, Peter, and Barry, his sister Mary, his second mother Judith, and his pets Tubby and Max. In addition, his second mother Judith will also miss him. Both of Dan’s parents, Mark and Carolyn, as well as both of his brothers, Mark and Paul, had already passed away before Dan’s birth. Dan was the only child in the family. A memorial service will be placed on Saturday, April 1st, 2017, at the location of the deceased person’s grave in the Chestnut Grove Cemetery in Herndon. The cemetery is located in Virginia.