Obituary for Howard Keating

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Howard Keating

November 4, 1934 - March 21, 2018

Howard Keating (11.04.1934 – 03.21.2018) Chester NY

Howard Keating, of Goshen, NY resident died on March 21, 2018, at Orange Regional Medical Center, Wallkill, NY under the care of Hospice of Orange and Sullivan Counties.

The family has selected our firm to arrange services, once all details are arranged an obituary will appear on our website.

Funeral arrangements and cremation services have been entrusted to the immediate care and supervision of Thomas F. Flynn and the staff of Flynn Funeral & Cremation Memorial Centers, Inc.

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Born: November 4, 1934
Died: March 21, 2018

Condolences for Howard Keating

margaret ferris posted on 3/29/18

I am so sorry for your loss of a kind man, I met howard also working at amscan,
we loved to have a chat whenever we could during his time there,
we talked about family , people we knew and how times used to be, he will be missed, rest in peace howard, it was an honor to know you,

 

Barbara Sokolofsky posted on 3/28/18

My deepest sympathy to the family.  I met Mr. Keating through my job at the Town of Goshen.  We had many conversations over the years that started with his opinion on water quality... Lol.   Over the years our conversations turned into catchup for what had happened in our lives... He was a kind man who worked hard his entire life, loved his wife and family and brought a smile to our faces when we saw him in the doorway.  I am sure he had a happy reunion with your Mom.....he missed her dearly.  RIP 

 

Sherrie Lengyel posted on 3/26/18

I wish to extend my condolences to the family.  I met Howard while working in the office at Goshen Amscan and was very fond of him.  I witnessed how he took me and others under his wing, by being kind, helpful, and loyal.  I considered him a good friend, as he always looked out for me. I had moved out of the area and continued to commute.  Howard navigated my trip and shaved 45 minutes off my daily trek to and from work. He also hunted out and removed many a mouse for me out of that warehouse office!  I will always remember our talks, many boasting with pride about all of you, ....his loving wife and children.  He was a good man. May you find peace in this difficult time.

 

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