Jack Keck

Joliet, Illinois

Age 91

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I just heard of Jack's passing. He is one of the few people I looked up to and admired. I worked for Jack for a short time when he bought the AIL/IFI building. I think of Jack often and regret having left his employ. I will miss him.

Your family is in my prayers. My family were members of the Beach Club for many years back when I was a young kid. I have many wonderful memories of those days & my time spent there almost every warm day throughout the summers. I remember seeing Jack down there at the entrance gate booth or in the pavillon many of times & remember how nice of a guy he was. I'm so glad he & his brother bought that quarry & turned it into a great Joliet treasure for so many years & it was...

Thank you for your service Mr. Keck. My deepest sympathies to the Keck Family.

What a marvelous man. The world is better off because of his presence. Sorry that I only knew him through stories shared by his granddaughter, Daphne.

So sorry for your loss. I went to the Beach Club for many years and it was such a great place to be. Your family is in my prayers.

Sean and Daphne,
I wish so much to be there. Uncle Jack is one of my main reasons for being in the Coast Guard. I think of him often and love him a lot. I will forever remember and honor him.

Jack was a most memorable persons amyone could have the pleaseaure of knowing .

My sincerest condolences to the family and Marlene. I worked with Jack at Joliet Equipment. Wonderful man to work with. A very gracious, thoughtful, ethical and hard working person. You in my thoughts and prayers during this sorrowful time.

Bill and Joan: So sorry to hear of Jack's passing.


Jack's Obituaries

Keck, Jack Formerly of Joliet, passed away Tuesday, August 20, in Rochester, MN, peacefully in his sleep. Age 91 years. Born in Joliet, IL, to William and Ellen Keck, of Swedish and Austrian descent, he founded several successful businesses, served his country, and gave generously to the...

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