Date of death: 17-06-2008
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I knew Keenan my last few years at Clemson... He was my "Jersey Boy" :+) I don't remember how we met exactly but I will always remember what a genuinely wonderful man he was. He always had the biggest smile on his face! I am honored to know that through me he met his soulmate, Alex. God Bless you All!
I met Keenan over the phone through my little sis, Alex (his soulmate). He was so excited to be with Alex and to be uncle to my new daughter Ayla Isabeau (born 15 May). Keenan and Alex were with me in spirit as she developed and helped me through some tough pregnancy issues.
He heard her heartbeat and her kicking as she was growing (and was so excited thought he was going to materialize through the phone line), heard her newborn gurgles, spit ups and her squeaks at a few week of age. Though he did not get a chance to hold her here on Earth, I believe he has 'swung' by to hold his new neice and keep an eye on her.
Keena you were a gift to my little Alex and you will be in my heart.
Keenan, you made the world a better place...and now you make heaven a better place.
Natascha and Ayla
Wow, I am shocked, stunned, and cannot imagine him not smiling wherever he is! Keenan and I met at Camp Bob Cooper and remained close through my years at Clemson. I was lucky enough to reconnect with him a few years ago in Orlando. He shared with me his life's journey so far and it seemed he was on his way to settling down with himself and it was really nice! Just late last fall, we were texting when the Steelers were playing the Jaguars. And the last I heard from him, he was interviewing with our old Camp Director for a new job - which I read that he'd started. I am soooo happy that he found you, Alexandra! I am very sad for your and Keenan's family's loss. He had a way of making everyone around him feel special! I still cannot believe that he's really gone. He will be alive in my memories forever! (There's so many good things to say about Keenan, this little blurb doesn't do it justice.) Take care Keenan - I'm sure you have all of the angels crying while you sing - just like at camp!
I knew Keenan from his time in Atlanta. He had a wonderful smile and a great laugh, he was fun to be around and great at telling tales. I was very sad to hear about his passing. My thoughts go to his family and friends.
I never met Keenan but Alex was the happiest when she talked about him. My prayers are with both of you!
Keenan lived in our house for a year or so in Atlanta. He was a talented, spunky, funky who always laughed.
Our hearts go out to his family and loved ones.
Helen and Randy Cabe
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