Oh the memories from deer camp are running through my mind, A quiet and gentle man ready to always hit the stand to see who was going to get the big buck of each & every year. A good man is who he will remembered as. A man who\'s loyalty to his family, friends never wavered. His faith in God and his church probably gave him the strength to face the many challenges of life, being a proud father of his children and grand children. A true family man as he ended each deer season packing up to get home to share Thanks Giving dinner at his mother\'s home as a family reunion. You will be truly missed Bob. May you rest eternally in peace.
I heard the tragic news today from a fellow coworker. Bob and I worked side by side on many occasions in the carpentry field over the last 30 years. I always looked forward to those times as Bob was such a great carpenter and so much fun to work with. He would tell me about the rabbits he raised, the best way to clean a turtle for turtle soup and all about his Deer hunting . He was a humble man , very talented, never did I hear him speak a bad word about anyone, it just wasnít in his nature to do so . I will miss his smile. Iím so very sad for his family as I know how much he loved you all . May Gods peace be with you .
So sorry Aunt Dot and Angie. I will keep you in my prayers. Love Pam Cardwell
I am SO sorry to hear this news. Bob was such a good man and great father. He always had such a sweet and gentle smile. My family and I are out of town on vacation so we can\'t be there in person, but know that the entire Keune family is in our thoughts and prayers.