McKEEHAN LOWELL G. Age 84, of Livonia, MI passed away November 19, 2012. Husband of Mary M. McKeehan, beloved father of Brenda (Harold) Todd, Donald McKeehan, Dennis (Donna) McKeehan, predeceased by youngest son Raymond "Ray" McKeehan in 2004. Survived by sisters Azalene (the late Elmer) Teague, Wilma (Harold) Faulkner, and Joy (the late James) McCormick. Predeceased by brother William "Bill" McKeehan (the late Freddie Mae) in 2008. Also survived by 12 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Mr. McKeehan proudly served his country in the Korean War, and received the Purple Heart military award for injuries sustained. A lifelong member of the Disabled American Veterans, the VFW, and the Masons, his very active D.A.V. affiliation included serving as the Michigan State Commander, National Executive Committeeman for the 10th District (Michigan), Zone Commander, Employment Committee Member, Chapter Service Officer, and as Aide-de-Camp. Mr. McKeehan also served as a Board Member on the Michigan Veteran's Trust Fund for several years, was commissioned an honorary Kentucky Colonel by the Governor and Secretary of State of Kentucky, and also enjoyed membership with the Kentuckians of Michigan social organization for many, many years. Memorial service Sunday, November 25, 1:00 p.m., Disabled American Veterans Chapter 114 Hall, 30905 Plymouth Road, Livonia, MI, 48150. Private interment at a later date. Family requests all donations please be made to: D.A.V. Chapter 114, 30905 Plymouth Road, Livonia, MI 48150.
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I'll always remember the fun times around the campfire. Telling terrible jokes & laughing are heads off. Our sincere condolence's to the McKeehan family.
So very sorry for your loss. Wish we could be there but you know you's are in our thoughts & our prayers.WE have so many good memories to remember he's gone but he won't be forgotten.
We know he has gone on to a better place but it was still to soon. We will miss all of his emails & that special laugh that he had. I hope they play cards in heaven.