OBITUARY

Lyle Thomas Keenan

August 1, 1936October 30, 2018

Lyle Keenan, 82, peacefully passed away with his family at his side on October 30, 2018 at his home in Tigard, OR. He was born on August 1, 1936 in Ericson, Nebraska the 3rd of Hilda and John Keenan’s 5 children.

Lyle grew up in Portland, OR. and graduated from Lincoln High School. After high school he joined the US Navy in 1954 and served for 4 years in the Pacific. He then worked at Tektronix as an Electronics Technician and retired in 1986 as a Manufacturing Manager. He also attended night school at Portland State University to study Business Administration.

One of Lyle’s passions was coaching and mentoring hundreds of boys in the Tualatin Little League. He was active with the Reed Electric team for close to 25 years.

Lyle married Mary Ann Langdon, his high-school sweetheart in Oregon City. They were happily married for 64 years.

Lyle is survived by his son, Michael and his spouse Gayle, of Woodinville, WA, grandsons, Kristopher and Eric Keenan and brother John Keenan of Sisters, OR.

A funeral service will be held at Skyline Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, 4101 NW Skyline Blvd., Portland, OR 97229 at 10am on Nov 9th, burial and a reception will follow the service.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.skylinememorialgardens.com.

In lieu of flowers consider a contribution in Lyle’s memory to Oregon District 4 Little League (https://www.ord4.com/) for the improvement of the baseball fields at Alpenrose.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Kristopher Keenan
  • Eric Keenan
  • Casey Keenan
  • JP Keenan
  • Geoff Schumacher
  • Jim Schumacher
  • Steve Welborn
  • Michael Welborn

Services

  • Funeral Service Friday, November 9, 2018
  • Committal Service Friday, November 9, 2018
  • Reception Friday, November 9, 2018
REMEMBERING

Lyle Thomas Keenan

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Dick Frederick

November 5, 2018

Mary Ann and family,
I am so sorry to read of Lyle's passing. I enjoyed playing baseball with him for 4 years at Lincoln High and was always welcome in his home after school during those early years. God Bless,

Dick Frederick
Commander USN (Ret.)

Mary Ellen Seger

November 4, 2018

I remember the time our two families went up onto BLM land to get our Christmas trees. Channey and Lyle finally found our trees but they were on the down side of the mountain and then had to get the trees up to the cars. They weren't too happy by the time the trees were up on the road, but it gave us a wonderful memory and one that can still make me smile.

FROM THE FAMILY