mardou keenan obit
KEENAN, MARDOU ANTHONY, co-proprietor of Keenan's Funeral Home, died February 25, 2014 in th ec are of Hosparus andWestportPlace.He was82. Alife-longLou- isvillian,Mardou wasa1950grad- uateofSt.Xavi- erHighSchooland foughtintheKorean War,thenearneddegreesfromtheKentucky CollegeofMortuaryScienceandBellarmine College(nowUniversity).Beforejoininghis fa mi ly 's fu ne ra lb usiness, he worked in management management for Tube Turns Inc. He was past president of the Men'sC lub at St. Paul Catholic Church (Pleasure Ridge Park); former member of Sts. Mary&E liza- beth Auxiliary, past president of Kentucky Thoroughbred Owners,p ast president of Falls City Funeral Directors Association, vice- presidentoftheFuneralDirectorsVaultCo., memberofKnightsofColumbus(Bishop SpaldingCouncil),andaproudIrishman. Hewaspredeceasedbyhisparents,Mary (nee Pezzullo) and Dougherty Keenan; sister, MaryJoShaughnessy;sister-in-law,Annie Keenan;threenieces;andonegrand-niece. Mardouissurvivedbyhiswife,theformer MaryLouisHollenbach;brotherandbusiness partner,ThomasJ.Keenan;10children,Cathy Bower(Anthony),MaryJoLueken(Jim),Pat- tiBryant(Larry),MichaelJ.Keenan(Susan), JosephSeanKeenan,Dr.SuzanneHolland (Debo rah Rose n), Holl yH olland (John Herzfeld),BarryHolland,LeslieHolland,and KellyHollandMazzoli;brother-in-law,the Hon.L.J."Todd"HollenbachIII;sisters-in- law,Mrs.Randolph(Kevin)HoltzandMrs. Michael(Ann)McGee;10grandchildren;two great-grandsons;and15niecesandnephews andtheirfamilies. Visitationwillbefromnoonuntil6:45p.m. Friday, February 28,2 014 at Rabbouni Catholic Catholic Community (Springdale Presbyterian Church),7812BrownsboroRoad(U.S.22) followedbya7p.m.FuneralMassatthe church.Aprivateburialwillbeheldlaterat CalvaryCemetery. Expressionsofsympathymaybemadeto HosparusorSt.XavierHighSchoolStudent AidFund.