Anthony (“Tony”) Keefer age 85, passed away after a short illness on August 15, 2022. He is survived by his wife, Gail, the love of his life for 59 years. He is also survived by his son, Patrick, his daughter Bridget Glenshaw, son-n-law John, grandson Keefer, sister Mary Bard, many nieces and nephews, and an abundance of friends. Tony was preceded in death by his siblings: Robert Keefer, Patricia Donovan, Betty Anne Rusher, and Reverend John Keefer. Tony will be remembered and dearly missed by his friends for his kind and uplifting sense of humor, and his gift for being himself in all circumstances.
Tony was a graduate of Providence College with a degree in Economics, and received a master’s degree in Urban Studies at Cleveland State University. Tony served in the United States Army, and later worked as Director of Sales for Henkel Corporation. He volunteered for Meals on Wheels and Hospice. His interests were biking, swimming, tennis, and pickleball. He loved theater and music.
He will be missed.
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