Bryan P. Keck, 44, of Dillsburg, passed away on Saturday, October 2,
2010, in Monroe Township, Cumberland County from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. He was born Tuesday, June 28,
1966 in Carlisle and was a son of Clyde A. Keck, Carlisle and Faye A. (Horn) Keck Hurley, Carlisle.
Bryan was a 1984 graduate of Cumberland Perry Vocational Technical
School and Cumberland Valley High School and a 1986 graduate of Harrisburg Area Community College. He was employed by IBM
Corporation since 1986 in various capacities, with his last position as a Project Manager. Bryan formerly attended Carlisle
Brethren In Christ Church. He loved gardening, hunting, fishing, boating, canning and riding motorcycles.
In addition to his parents, Bryan is survived by his step-father, Wilson
Hurley of Carlisle, his brother, Mark D. (and his wife, Mary) Keck of Lewisberry, two sisters; Anita (and her husband, Lynn)
Fahnestock, of Shippensburg and Patty (and her husband, Steven) Clark of Mechanicsburg, five nieces; Lori (and her husband,
William) Gilbert of Enola, Alicia Keck of Mechanicsburg, Jennifer Park of Alexandria, VA, Amber Lehman of Carlisle and Stephanie
Rybacki of Carlisle, his grand-nieces, Deanna Gilbert of Enola and Makaytive Lehman of Carlisle, his grand-nephew, Nolan Gilbert,
of Enola, his step-brother, Terry Hurley (and his wife, Karen) of Harrisburg, and his step-sister, Dawn (and her husband,
Terry) Mellick of Carlisle. Bryan will also be missed by his cat, "Cowboy".
Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, October 8, 2010,
in Carlisle Brethren In Christ Church, 1155 Walnut Bottom Rd., Carlisle, with Rev. Kenneth Hoke officiating. Viewing will
be held from 6 - 8:00 p.m. on Thursday in the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, 630 S. Hanover St., Carlisle and on Friday from
10:00 a.m. until time of services at the church. The family will also receive friends immediately following the services on
Friday for a time of fellowship and refreshments at the church. Burial will be at 2:15 p.m. on Friday in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery,
Monagan Twp., York County. Memorial contributions may be made to Carlisle Brethren In Christ Church or to the charity of your
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You will be missed by all who knew you and your
family and friends. You were a blessing and lived your life to the fullest.
Nancy Louise Shoemaker
Dear Anita and Lynn,
We are so sorry to hear of your loss.
You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
My thoughts and prayers go out to Bryan's family and
friends. Bryan was a wonderful man and I am so glad that I was lucky enough to have him in my life even if it was for
a short time in the summer of 2009. My kids and I and some of my kids friends that met him all thought he was one of
the kindest people you would ever be lucky enough to meet. I ran into Bryan two times in the last few weeks and I am
glad that I had those opportunities to see him. I will miss him dearly and I hope that Cowboy finds a good home.
He is a great cat and I know Bryan really loved him. Bryan, I hope you rest in peace and I will remember the fun times
I had with you. Thank you for letting me in your world even if it was for a short time. God Bless you.
Our hearts are heavy and our thoughts and prayers are
with all Bryan's family and friends at this time. Bryan was a true friend and great colleague. He will truly be
missed by all those who knew him.
Gary D. Swank
thoughts go out to Bryan's family, especially Patty & Steph. I am truly sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you!
God bless Bryan and his family. I know that Bryan will
be missed by all who knew him. It was my pleasure to work with him at IBM. His serious nature as well as his humorous
side were qualities that made him great to be around.
I was so very sad to hear of Bryan's untimely death.
He is the exact same age as my son and I can only imagine the pain everyone must be feeling.
Bryan and I became friends
and were very much involved with 2 big projects at IBM, before my retirement in 2007. I held only the highest opinion
of Bryan as a talented and all around great person.
I offer my sincere sympathies and your family will be in my prayers.
My thoughts and prayers go out to the Keck family..I
have had the extreme pleasure of working with Bryan at IBM. Although we moved into different groups, Ill never forget the
expertise he provided me.
Bryan, rest in peace my friend and thank you.
Dear Clyde and Faye,
I was deeply saddened when
I heard the news. Bryan was a great co-worker and a very kind man. I want you to know that my thoughts and prayers are with
you and all your family during this difficult time.
To Bryan's Family -
I had the distinct pleasure of working with Bryan
on numerous occasions over the course of the past 20 years, and I wanted you all to know that I considered him to be among
the best of the best. He was a class act in every sense of the word, and I always appreciated his ability to make me
laugh in spite of any situation. He will be greatly missed by all those who knew him, and I can only offer my condolences.
Bryan was not only a colleague, but more so a friend, and he will be remembered as a kind and generous person. We were
all blessed to have known him.
Our thoughts go out to everyone who was a part of Bryan's
life. We only got to enjoy his company at our family gatherings, but he will be missed for many years to come.
Ronnie and Nicole Armold
Bryan will always have a place in my heart. He was a
terrific guy that I worked with on several occassions. I express my dearest sympathies and Bryan will truly be missed.
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