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Dennis Allen Keisic

Sterling Heights, Michigan

Dec 7, 1949 – Sep 23, 2017 (Age 67)


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Wujek - Calcaterra & Sons Obituary

KEISIC, Dennis A. September 23, 2017. Age 67. Beloved husband of Christine (nee: Idziak) for 41 years. Loving father of Lori Ann Keisic Grillo (Daniel), Andrew Keisic and Ann Marie Dehnz (Arthur) Proud and loving grandfather of a precious baby to be born in February. Dear brother of Karen Treppa...

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I don't have many specific memories of Mr. Keisic but what I do remember is how he loved watching Ann Marie play soccer. He rarely missed a Cousino Patriot game. I remember Mr. Keisic always being kind and knowledgeable and an amazing fan of our team. I'm so sad to hear of his passing. My thoughts and prayers are with all of those who loved Mr. Keisic.

I met Dennis 1st as a young engineer in GKN, learned a lot from him and we are still using some of his documents. His patience, understanding for new ideas and way of working was a great example to myself and colleagues. Helping others was his passion! My thoughts are with his family and friends, we will miss him.

Mr. Keisic was a wonderful, kind, and caring man who was the father of my best friend, Ann Marie, his beloved daughter. I got to know her entire family over the course of our friendship but I got to know her father especially well after the man, out of the goodness of his heart, helped me work through by fear and anxiety of driving on the freeway by encouraging me to drive home together after helping him move Ann Marie to veterinarian school in Champaign, IL. Throughout the entirety of the 8...

it was a pleasure to have known Dennis while he was at GKN and being the receptionist it was also a pleasure when he would returned as a customer. He was always a kind soft spoken man and was always smiling. My thoughts and prayers are with his family during this difficult time.

We have lost an inspirational and foundational member of the GM Family. Dennis was known and respected by many within GM. His knowledge and skills were sought after by many, and he mentored many of our newest. His friendship was given freely to all. Dennis always wanted to make sure that everyone was doing well and offered his assistance if needed. I appreciate his service to our country and sharing his vivacity with all of us.

My condolences to the family. I had known Dennis for 25 years as both a co-worker and as a customer. Dennis was always very kind and thoughtful. He was genuinely interested in helping teammates solve problems and really enjoyed working with people. He made a positive impact on many and will be missed.

Dear Chris, Lori Ann, Andrew, Ann Marie and Family,
I send my condolences and sympathies to you during this difficult time. Dennis shared so much love and compassion to everyone he knew. His gentle way of making you feel special was such a gift. My brother-in-law, Rick Swando, introduced me to Dennis in the 70's. First impression was "what a cool guy!" Always looked forward to talking to Dennis at family get togethers. Dennis would keep me informed of all of your...

Our deepest sympathies go out to all of you. Dennis was a very kind, smiling, happy go lucky guy. He was the kind of neighbor everyone wanted. Anytime you needed help he was there. Every time we would visit my parents, and Dennis was outside, we would walk over with the dog just to say hi. But most of all Dennis will be remembered as the neighbor who ALWAYS passed out the best Halloween candy on the block. May God bless you all.

We are very sorry for the sudden loss of your dear husband/dad. Our family has 11 years of fond memories living across the street from your family on Chatsworth when the kids were little. You are a wonderful and kind family. We will be praying for you to cope with heavy hearts and great sorrow from your precious loss. May Dennis rest in peace with our Heavenly Father.
The D'Angelo Family -
Joe, JoMarie, Alyssa, Natalie and Robert