Dennis and Joan,
My thoughts and prayers are with you,
Marj (Walthier) Wolters, Salpointe class of '65
Judy, I am so sorry for your loss. I was trying to find an e-mail for you and literally stumbled over the obituary for Mark. I met him at your mother's birthday party in Ottawa so many years ago. He was a very nice gentleman. God Bless you,
Suzanne and I offer our condolences to the entire Keane family. I am reminded of a very special phrase offered at my Mother Loraine's funeral. My Mother and Uncle Mark were very close and I believe this phrase suits Mark as well. "Do not cry for me, for I am gone. But you have only to look into the eyes of my children and grandchildren, and you will see me there."
God Bless you all.
Jim and Suzanne Davis
Judith, I am hopeful that your beautiful memories will bring you peace in the coming days. Faye Watson, Lawrence, Ks.
Our sympathy and condolences in the loss of Mark --- a long time admired, respected, and appreciated friend. I can't imagine my professional years without him!!! He made them so much better than they would have been. I was saddened by the report, but I am grateful for the memories. I'll miss him, too. Better than most, I understand.
My sincere condolences for the loss of your beloved Mark. Life seems to fly by all too quickly. How loving God is to console us with his promise of eternal life.~John 3:16
May you continue to find needed comfort in God's Word and in the love you have for each other.
Mark E. Keane will never be forgotten he was the most caring man we have ever met he did a lot for our family in the nineteen sixties he had a heart of gold. Our deepest condolences to the family. from the Gaxiola Family
Thank-you Mr. Keane for your service to our country!
Sincere condolences from our family. I met Mark in 1961, and he inspired me (as he did many others) to a career in city management. His contributions will live on for many years.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Mark, his family and all who knew him during this time of sorrow and loss. We enjoyed his company, hearing of his great accomplishments, military experiences and dancing at Red's on Wednesday evenings. Mark will be missed and remembered by the many lives he has touched. May he rest in eternal peace.
Jim & Diane Churko/Rita Daubner.
My prayers and deepest sympathy to your family. The loss of one's dad is extremely hard. Peace be with all of you. Sidley Brown Greer
Joan and Dennis take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.
Judith, I have never met someone who always put a smile on my face like Mark. The two of you were an amazing pair. I know your life will not be the same, but the love that you naturally put out will bring you peace in the near future. Much love, Doris Whirley
My heartfelt condolences to you. Raymond Farney, Class of '65.
Condolences. Losing family members is a painful but growing experience. You are in our prayers.
The Salpointe Catholic High School community extends deepest sympathy to Mr. Keane's family and friends. You are in our prayers at this difficult time.
My Dad Nazario A. Gonzales, former assistant city manager worked under Mark Keane at the Tucson city Mangers office. He
always praised him and respected him for his knowledge and integrity. May he rest in peace. My deepest sympathy to his family.
Norma Gonzales Lopez
A great man that will be deeply missed by many. A great life that enriched many. Joyfully greeted by many., I'm sure.
May you have peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.