Funeral notices for Saturday, December 14, 2019. For more obituaries go tolegacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
In memoriam: Funeral notices, December 14, 2019
8/8/1927 - 12/9/2019
Passed peacefully in her sleep after a short illness. Widow of Newell Joseph Keegan of Syosset, NY (1951-1998) and Harry (Ben) Glover of Tucson (2006-2011). Survived by her son, Kevin Newell Keegan and daughter-in-law, Linda DeRuvo-Keegan of Silver Spring, Maryland; her daughter, Ann Margaret Keegan of San Diego, California; her former son-in-law, David Hahn of San Diego; her stepdaughter, Derith Glover-Meyer and husband, Thomas Meyer of Pembroke, Massachusetts; her stepson, Jeffrey Glover of Rancho Bernardo, California; her stepdaughter, Lorraine (Glover) Ray and husband, Michael Ray of Tucson; her five stepchildren, her eight nieces and nephews and their families; and her Godson, Ian Donohue of Glen Cove, New York. For those who wish to honor Muriel's life, donations may be made in her memory to the Cape Cod Museum of Art, 60 Hope Lane, Dennis, MA 02638.
STANDISH, Myles III
92, beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, passed away November 21, 2019. Myles was born on November 27, 1926, in Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts. He attended public and private schools in the Boston area. Choosing the Navy instead of his Army draft assignment, the Navy sent him to Harvard, where he graduated in 1948 with a degree in economics and as a commissioned officer in the Navy. After the war, he returned to Boston banking as a securities analyst -- while remaining in the Navy reserves -- and received an MBA from Northeastern University in 1964. At the beginning of the Korean War, he resumed active duty for two years on an LST, a Landing Ship Tanker. During this period, he met his future wife, Nan, at an officers club function in Portsmouth, Virginia. They married two years later and raised three children in Concord, Massachusetts. They were active in the church choir, singing groups and local politics. They became Tucson snowbirds in 2004 and moved to Tucson permanently in 2015. He loved his wife, Nan, and his children, was well known as a punster and for his great sense of humor. He was loved and will be missed by many. Surviving are his wife of 64 years, Nan; his children, Katherine Bradley of Limerick, Maine, Emily Standish of Salem, Oregon, and Myles Standish of Tucson. There are no local services. Burial will be in the Standish family plot in Sudbury, Massachusetts, in late spring. Arrangements by BRING'S BROADWAY CHAPEL.