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October 31, 2017
Just returned from Doonbeg where we heard the sad news of the deaths of Senan and Tina. Senan was a fisherman partner of my
late husband Jack Keane from Doonbeg who always admired him
and had promised to visit him in Texas or some summer home, but never sorry to say got to have the pleasure of either trip. I know Jack would write you and express his condolence and would expect me to fill the blank at this time. The entire Keane Family extend their sincere sympathy and will send a donation in their honor to: St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
May God bless all of you. Maura Keane & Family Chicago
September 29, 2017
To: Don, Glen and Michelle
I just found out about the passing of both Mr. Senan Fitz and Mrs. Tina Fitzmartin on yesterday and I cried like a baby! There are really no words that I can express to you all to ease the pain of losing both of your parents, but I would like to extend my deepest heartfelt condolences to your family and to let you know that you are all in my prayers for continued strength and healing! I lost both of my parents many years ago and share your pain.
I used to work for Mr. Fitzmartin (Fitz) at Constructors and Associates, Inc. from April 2001 August 2005. And, although it had been many years since I've last seen him, I would sometimes google his name (often wondering how they were doing) and that's how I found out about their passing! I was absolutely shocked and extremely heart-broken when I stumbled upon the article about the accident that took their precious lives.
I, like many others, held your father in very high esteem. When I first met Mr. Fitzmartin, I was working at Constructors on a temporary one week assignment as a Receptionist. During this one week assignment, they were conducting interviews to fill the position full-time. On my third day of working there, Fitz stepped off of the elevator headed to his office (I'd never seen him before then and didn't realize that he owned the company). He had the brightest smile and most beautiful gray hair that I've ever seen on a man before! He walked up to the reception desk, held his hand out, and introduced himself! Hi, I'm Fitz, he said and smiled. He asked me my name and whether or not I was the new Receptionist, I told him no, but they had been interviewing several people for the position. Then, he said, Why didn't you apply for the position? You should be working for me because I've heard that you are doing a great job (after three days of working there)! Amazed and honored, I said that I would apply and asked if I could use him as a reference. Yes, he said but, I can't promise that you'll get the job! That was fair enough for me just to be given the opportunity to do so. Well, the rest was history because the next thing I know, HR was making me a permanent job offer which I graciously accepted! Your father's kindness helped this poor black lady to go from welfare to work and I am eternally grateful! Fitz believed in me and gave me a chance to do something better with my life and that's why I could never ever forget him. It's so true that behind every great man, there is a great woman because after a while, I finally met the beautiful Mrs. Tina. She was not only beautiful but just as kind and caring to me as Fitz was. They would always bring me some candy back from their trips to Ireland. I loved your parents not because of the candy (LOL), but because they genuinely cared and treated me with the utmost respect. When they were together, you could feel the love between them. They were like teenagers! Their spirits and energy was un-comparable and it made my heart happy and hopeful that I could find a love like that one day! You can take comfort in knowing that they loved God, life, each other and what they created in each of you. They were inseparable in life and in death. Fitz loved to do things in a big way that's why I guess no one ever knew that the biggest ground up project that he was working on, was building that beautiful mansion in the sky (for he and Mrs. Tina) and once it was completed, God was so pleased that he called them home to enter into their peaceful rest! John 14:1-2. May God continue to bless and keep you all happy and in good health as you continue to grow your Father's legacy! Always, Julie Reed
May 15, 2017
Michelle, Don and Glen.

You have my deepest sympathies. I have only just discovered this shocking news and it is such sad sad news. Fitz and Tina were two lovely people who set a great example and were a great rock for me for a short period in my life. They extended their hands to me (a virtual stranger) in friendship and they helped me settle into unfamiliar surroundings when I was far away from my family and friends. I will always remember them with fondness and gratitude. May they rest in peace.
April 5, 2017
Michelle - your dad could light up a room. I LOVED it when he was a greeter @ St. Monica Catholic School. I really looked forward to coming to work the morning he was greeting. I missed my grandpas so much and I felt I was with my grandpas when I spoke to him......I loved his stories, wisdom and warmth. I am so sorry for your loss.