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We have known eachother all our lives. Since day care,grade school,highschool. Always a very close friend. This one hurt. Sorry to all those who lost a great friend. So many good memories. love you bro.
Keiven Charles Murnane
Keiven Murnane, 39, of Yulee, Florida ascended on January 26th, 2022.
Born on July 23rd, 1982, he was raised in Millerton, NY by his loving mother and father, Ella L. Baisley, known to most as Lucy, and Frederick T. Murnane.
Graduating from Webutuck High School in June of 2000 he stayed close to home initially, taking on construction work with RW Painting Plus Carpentry before moving to Yulee in 2020. He would become a tradesman in the construction industry; widely known for his roofing, painting, and carpentry skills. A dedicated family man, he enjoyed spending time with his children more than anything else, however; he was also a comic book enthusiast and Jets fan. Keiven’s charisma was indisputable, he never knew a stranger which meant you couldn’t take him anywhere without planning for at least a couple of impromptu conversations along the way! Always ready with a joke, a smoke, or a hand, he gave freely of what he had to anyone who might need it; no matter what his situation was at the time.
Keiven is predeceased by his mother, Ella, his father, Frederick T., and his brother Frederick J. He is survived by his three children, Brooke (13), Brayden (11), and Abigail (8), their mother, Jessica Wilcox, also of Yulee. His surviving siblings are Bernadette Coniglio of NY, Monica Sprague of FL, Sheila Miller (Chuck) of AL, Michael Murnane (Yvonne) of TN, Gloria Murnane of NC, Crystle Bishop (Toni) of GA , Dustin Moore of NY, Amanda Vaccaro (Joe) of NJ, Henry Cade of ID, and Josh Cade (Kateri) of CT . The cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends constitute a list too long to leave here, he touched the lives of many and was beloved by all those who knew him.