My friend Nancy and all the Keating family,
We were extremely sad to hear about your Dad - what a great human being in so many ways. I feel blessed that St Charles provided an avenue to meet him and see his family interaction, which defines the importance of FAMILY. He will certainly be missed but now has the best seat in the house. God Bless!
Mike and Family-Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your father.Bill and Kathleen Tattan
to the keating family I just foun out about Thomas passing,may he rest in peace and receive his just reward in heaven, a decorated veteran, a good father, & grand father, so sorry to hear of his passing
Patrick, we were in the same class at St. Casimir's! We took the same bus, in front of the cleaning company. My name then was Barbara Jonielunas.
Every time I see an obituary for a WWII vet I am saddened. Although the loss of your father had to be expected, as we all must pass on, I know the loss is not diminished knowing this. But you will see him again when you pass on. God bless you and your family.
So sorry to learn of your sorrow. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Karol (Bauman) Papagni, Steven, AJ Susan (Bauman) Gilligan and Mother, Barbara