To Catherine and the family
It's with great sadness I learned about Kip passing away prematurely. As one of the most inspirational people I ever had the chance to work with, he was always optimistic and with an ability to see opportunities where others only could see problems, bringing a unique aura of happiness to the workplace which none of us who worked with him at DDB will ever forget.
Please accept my sincerest sympathy
Kip was always my "cool" cousin. I have early, fond memories riding on the gas tank of his motorcycle in Clinton at Uncle Den and Aunt Judy's. He was such an interesting an engaging guy, so many great stories and sincere advice. He, and you, have been in my thoughts. My condolences.
It was one of my nicest time in my life to live with the Keeseys (Kip, Catherine, Line and Ben) for more than two years in Vienna.
Kip was a great man, wonderful father and a real friend.
He was so open and friendly person.
I just can't belive he is gone...
Judy and Dennis, God gives you strength.
Krisztina, from Hungary
To Catherine and the Keesey family,
We are so very sorry to hear of your loss. We have such great memories of our time in Vienna when we visited our son Todd there. You and Kip were so kind and welcoming to us, eager to show us a good time. He is truly an unforgettable character who will be sorely missed by all who knew and loved him.
Please accept our sincerest sympathy.
Dave and Susie Brandes
Dear Keesey Family, especially Caroline and Ben!
We are very sorry to hear you have lost a loved wonderful person.
Kip's memory will live on in you. We havn't met him often enough! You are in our thoughts and we wish you strength at this very hard time.
With Love, Julia, Frank, Lucas and Lotta