- 60 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 25, 1952
- Place of birth:
Chicago, Illinois, United States
- Date of passing: May 23, 2012
- Place of passing:
|Let the memory of Jack be with us forever! Gone from sight, but never from our hearts|
This memorial website was created in the memory of my dad, Jack Keane, 60, he was born on February 25, 1952 and passed away on May 23, 2012 in a tragic car accident. We will love and remember him forever!
John T. (Jack) Keane "Irish" age 60, born in Chicago, IL, son of Marguerite (nee McDonough) and the late John J; dear husband of Patricia Wilson; loving father of Shannon and Jacqueline; life long friend of Peggy Keane (nee Leahy); nephew and cousin to many and friend to all. Was a proud graduate of Queen of Martyrs elementary, Br. Rice High School and St. Thomas University. He was literally a "Jack of all trades", working in political circles, sales, construction management, and finance all at different points in his life. He faced many hardships and overcame them all, and although he was not perfect, he was truly a great man who had huge dreams and tried his hardest to make them come true for himself and everyone he knew and loved. The Memorial service will be held on Saturday, June 30, 11:30 a.m. at the Church of the Holy Family, 102 Marquette St., Park Forest, IL 60466 (Sauk Trail at Orchard) Reception to follow. Memorials may be made to the church's organ fund.
"Hello Girls, I knew your father in Belize. I did not know this happened to him.. I am truly sorry. He was a great friend to me as well as Patty. I was hoping to talk to him again after I returned. All of you are in my prayers and my thoughts. Your Father was a good man, As well as a good friend. He was there when my son was born in Belize. God Bless"
"Beloved, I think of you every day. You made an indelible mark on my life and I will treasure you always."
"My thoughts and prayers are with the Keane family.
Jack & I spent a lot of time together and he was a good friend with a huge heart. May he rest in peace with our Lord.
"My thoughts and prayers are with you girls and your family. I went to grammar school with your dad and he was a great guy. Always a smile on his face and kind. Made everyone laugh. Will always remember him fondly. You had a wonderful dad and he will always be with you."
"There are many fond memories of Jack while groing up. We went through grammar school together and "hung out" while in high school with many good friends. We had a grammar school reunion in the mid 80'a and had a blast putting this all together. My prayers are with you and your family. Maureen Redmon Somersett"
"We were always excited when Jackie, Uncle Jack, and Aunt Marge were coming over. To me, his arrival meant FUN and lots of laughs. He and my older brother Jim had a way of getting into mischief. I can remember a 4th of July when Jackie blew hole in our pool with a cherry bomb....Aunt Marge was not happy. We thought it was HILARIOUS!"
"Hey lady I never met him but knowing your mother and you through these years I feel i know some things about him. FIRST HE picked a wonderful woman to have babies with so he must of been a smart man. He always loved you girls what more can a daughter ask for. You are two lovely ladies he had to be proud and i'll be praying for you guys in this sad time:( LOVE YOU LADIES!!"
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