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Cullen Mark Keane
September 22, 1929 - July 10, 2020
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<div itemprop="description"><br> <br>Cullen (Cully) Mark Keane died peacefully on July 10th at Sacre Coeur Hospital of Montreal in his 91st year. Born in Quebec City, he was the son of the late Harry and Annie Keane. Cully was the last in the line of 10 brothers and sisters. <br> <br>Cully was pre-deceased by his first wife Joan in 1988. He will be deeply missed by his wife Joan and his sons Bruce (Deborah) Keith, and stepsons Kevin (Darlene) and Roy (Dianne), 10 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren, many nieces, nephews, and special friends. <br> <br>Cully was a long-time employee of Canadian Pacific Rail/Ships for over 35 years. Upon retirement, he enjoyed working at the Royal Montreal Golf Club in Ile-Bizard where he made many lifetime friends. <br> <br>Cully and his wife Joan loved to travel and together visited many corners of the globe. With a huge zest for life, Cully was well known for his generous spirit, love of shopping, and creative telling of stories and jokes. <br> <br>Thank you for the compassionate Drs. and Nurses at Sacre Coeur Hospital. Cremation has taken place but due to Covid-19 restrictions there will be no visitation or viewing. The good news is that there will be a celebration of Cullly’s life at a later date (in more normal and sociable times). The family requests that any donations in Cully’s name be made to the ALS Society of Canada, Nova Montreal or to a charity of the donor’s choice. <br> <br>“To make a long story short” - this was a life well lived. <br></div>