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Stephen Jerome Keck

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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Time does heal but i miss you as much as will always be my big brother who i was proud of and admired..
Love, Janine

I am so sorry for your loss....I knew Steve well way back in Junior High, and have many fond memories of him and the Helen Street Gang :)... I heard of his passing through the Garden City Relay for Life, which we are connected to because my husband is also a cancer fighter......My sympathies to you all.

I am sorry to share with you the passing of good friend, and one the best Managers I ever worked with and lucky enough to hire him when he first came to Texas. He certainly was the Best of the Best!
Although he has gone to a better place, he will be missed in this life!

Mr. G

Sorry to hear this. Steve hired me at Hertz – I can still recall our first conversation. He asked me what shift I would be available to work and I told him any hours, any shift, any day of the week. From that day forward I would say we had a great relationship.

Thinking of his son's and wife –

PHILLIP BRAUN , Phillip (MAN-Dallas)

I am very sorry to learn of Steve's passing. I remember him as an excellent manager and a good person.
Thank you for letting me know. Hope all is well with you and your family. Take care.

Thanks for letting me know about Steve's passing. It's very saddening to hear that such a great person has passed away. He was a very hardworking, dedicated and loyal individual. Regardless of how sad it may make us he moved on to a better place.


Dear Aunt Kathy, Steve and Joe, I am truly sorry for your loss of uncle Steve. He was a great man. We will all miss him.. Love Katiebug and carter..xoxo

Kathy, Steve and Joe,

We are so sorry for your loss. Steve was a great person. He had a great attitude toward life. May he rest in peace, where once again he will see his Dad and all his other relatives. Have comfort in this difficult time knowing that he had such a positive impact on so many people he knew. We will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers.

Uncle Steve will live on with us through our thoughts and memories. He has changed our world in a positive way, he is a wonderful example of a great man.


Stephen's Obituaries

Stephen Jerome Keck, 54, of Cloverdale and formerly of Detroit, Michigan, passed away on Saturday, April 27, 2013. He was a beloved husband, father, son and brother and was preceded in death by his father, Bernard Jerome Keck; and daughter, Dorothy J. Keck. Stephen is survived by his wife,...

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