Kenneth N. Keenan, 80, passed away at home in Reinholds, PA on December 20, 2020. He was born on December 4, 1940. At his request, no service will be held.
Ken always enjoyed and took pride in his work as a concrete contractor. At 15, he began as a general laborer, and in time built his own successful concrete business. He was respected for his creativity, problem-solving, and leadership. He had many fond memories of boating, waterskiing and fishing with his children. He took great pleasure in spending time with his grandsons. His friends say he would do anything for them.
Ken is survived by his daughters Maryann Brummer (Marty) and their family, Barbie Keenan and her sons, Austin and Hunter Keenan; stepchildren Greg Shreiner, April Boyer and her son, Vaughan Lewis; his siblings Jerry Keenan (Helene), Barbara Todd (Bill Smith) and Judy Weidner (Ray), as well as nieces, nephews and other extended family.
Ken is preceded in death by his parents Norton Keenan and Alverta Keenan Kilhefner, stepdaughter, Tina Shreiner and step-grandson, Blaine Yates.
ken my dad and I will miss you. You worked hand in hand with my dad for over 15 years at keenan and i worked there right out of high school. when you and i went to work out of town i have nothing good memories of you. The nicest most genuine hard working man i have ever met outside of my dad. You will be missed ken.
Our sincerest sympathy to Kenny’s family on his passing. It was always great to see Kenny but it happened all too infrequently. God speed on your journey Ken.
Maryann and Family,
I am just reading this. My sincerest sympathies to you and your family.
You had said he was sick.
What a blessing that you went up to Pa. to see him so recently.
I’ll call you.
I love you Pop! Will always cherish all the wonderful memories! I find comfort knowing I will see you again in Heaven. So grateful for your part in my life!
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Kenny’s family and to his siblings:
Jerry, Barbara, and Judy. May God surround you with peace and comfort as you deal with your loss in the days and weeks ahead.
With love and our deepest sympathy,
Cousin Sis and Bill Kilpatrick
Uncle Kenny was always around to help when I needed a repair or a problem. He loved family and friends. He will be missed by many people. I’m sure he was happy to see Blaine.
Hi Cheryl! Yes, he was always helpful and knowledgeable about so many things. And yes, I’m sure he’s reunited with Blaine❤
He will be missed by all of us.
My condolences to the family.I have fond memories of Kenny and all the Keenan family growing up.May God Bless you . cousin Karen and Art
So sorry to hear this Mary Ann! I’m sure you made him extremely proud with your hard work, diligence and talented artwork❣️
My condolences to Maryann , Barbra and the entire Keenan family. My prayers are with you during this sad time🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️
My prayers and sympathies for Kenny’s family through this Christmas season for the loss of my friend and mentor and one of the hardest working men I have ever worked with. I pray that you can find peace and unity and an understanding that he loved you all and that he gave of himself for his family at all times. He is at peace now. God bless you and keep you well.