Boone, Keas

January 1, 1938 ~ January 17, 2017

BOONE, Keas Casper – Age 79 of Mooretown, passed away on Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at Bluewater Health, Sarnia. Beloved husband of Anny Boone. Loving father of Michael and his wife Judy, Patrick and his wife Christa, Steven and his wife Kari. Cherished grandfather of Chloe, Emma, Carter, Madelyn, Ryleigh and Maggie. Dear brother of Lenie, Jean (Alan), Casper (Sylvia). Predeceased by his sister Annie. Keas was a very active Masonic Lodge member in the Sarnia District.

Moore Masonic Lodge No. 294 will conduct a Memorial Service on Friday, January 20, 2017 at 6:30pm from STEADMAN BROTHERS FUNERAL HOME, Brigden.

Friends will be received Friday, January 20, 2017 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. Funeral Service to be held Saturday, January 21, 2017 at 11:00 AM from the funeral home. Interment to follow at Moore Union Cemetery, Mooretown.

Sympathy may be expressed through donations to the London Regional Cancer Program (cheques only).

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  1. We are so sorry to hear of your loss of Keas, he is a loss to all us all. He was an incredible man, I was so impressed with his leadership in masonry.. Keas was a true inspiration to us all, his spirit, he made the rest of us realize how we should live our lives. We will miss him, but we will always remember Keas for how he was always happy and how he lead the rest of us in his life and actions. He was truly a real Knight of the Temple.

  2. I am so sorry to hear of Keas’ passing. Know that my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.

  3. My heartfelt synpathies to Anny and the family, Keas smile and laughter will be missed. His battles always seem to bring him to London where I got to spend time with him while he waiting in hospice care. He always made me laugh.
    Ruth Hamilton-Root

  4. Very sad to hear about your loss. Although our time with Keas was short his positive spirit, enthusiasm and can-do attitude was contagious and will be remembered forever with a smile. His legacy will live on through the quality of family that he has left behind and with whom we hope to stay connected. Our thoughts are with you all.

  5. Just talked to Marilyn and Bob in Florida, she wants you to know that her thoughts and prayers are with your family Annie.He was a great neighbour and friend. He will be missed. See you in April when they return.

  6. Our deepest sympathy to Annie and her family. Keas was a good friend and brother mason. We will certainly miss him in Moore Lodge.
    Bob andJane Drummond

  7. Rest in Peace Keas. So sorry to hear of the loss of this great guy. I met Keas when I worked for the Canadian Cancer Society. Keas was a volunteer and helped in many ways. I will always be grateful for the kindness of his gentle nature.

  8. I worked with Keas in the Chemical Plant. Each visit to stores was rewarded with a friendly smile and a warm greeting. Keas brightened everyone’s day. Always enjoyed our discussions. We were blessed to work with Keas. Truly sorry for your loss, and sincerest condolences.

  9. So very sorry to hear of Keas’ passing. He was a very special man – such an integral part of the Church for so many years, and always helping out with a smile on his face. Our thoughts are with Anny and the family.

  10. I worked with Keas at Basell. He always had a smile on his face and was pleasant to be around. Truly sorry for your loss.

  11. I am sorry to the Boone family for the loss Keas was a wonderful man always happy Rip Keas u will be missed but never forgotten .From Rebecca McKenzie and Chet Baylis

  12. My sincere condolences to the Boone family. Had the pleasure to work with Keas at the Shell Chemcal Plant. Thoughts and Prayers are with you all at this difficult time.

  13. We are so sorry Anny and family to hear the news about Keas. We have had so many good tours with you both and now we can look back and smile at the memories we made, Keas will rest in peace he was such a “good guy”