April 21, 1950 – April 22, 2020
Keith Stenhouse, age 70, of Burbank, IL, passed away peacefully on April 22, 2020.
Keith is the loving husband to Deborah (nee Boll) Stenhouse of 47 blessed years; cherished father to David (Roxanne) Stenhouse, Kurtis (Amber) Stenhouse, and the late Christopher Stenhouse; proud grandfather of four grandchildren; beloved brother to James (Jean) Stenhouse; Uncle Keith, Owen, Jeffrey and Kaleb and many other nieces and nephews.
He and his brother were owners and operators of A. Stenhouse & Co. until the closing in 1996. He was an avid bowler, reader and loyal Cubs fan. Keith was music lover and talented craftsman. He was also a animal lover and owned many pets over the years.
Private family services will be held at a later date.
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April 30, 2020
We send our thoughts and prayers out to Debbie and the family. Memories will comfort your family and friends at this time. He will be missed. His love of music and his animals is what we will remember most. He is in the arms of Jesus now resting in peace.
Love and hugs,
Sandy & John VanMersbergen
April 27, 2020
April 27, 2020
Son-in-Law Keith had a very special place in my heart-remembering mostly the great times we had together in Illinois when he, Deb, her dad John and I would play rounds and rounds of UNO with Keith's favorite saying being "Don't bring her anymore," (that we won't go into:) I can picture him in the Printing Shop, or standing by his classic car, being enlightened by his knowledge, speaking his mind, yet his quiet side, not forgetting his dry humor. An example, well with a big smile on his face he would lovingly call me his "wicked O step-mother-in-law." A term of endearment-really. We truly had a unique bond; he was loved and will be missed. Ma "D"
April 26, 2020
I will cherish the 36 years that I knew Keith Stenhouse. We worked together; bowled together in leagues and tournaments for many years; went to concerts; went to the all night flea market; we both loved Toyota trucks and SUVs; I watched his kids grow into adults; Keith and Deb were there for me and my family when my Mom passed in 2007; but I will really miss his one line zingers that always made me laugh. .
Keith was a very good friend and we had a lot of good times throughout the years. I will always cherish those memories. I am grateful to have been part of Keith's life.
Rest in peace my long time friend. May God comfort and bless the Stenhouse family.