MYRTLE BEACH—Paul E. Keogh, husband of Marianne Keogh passed away on May 1.

Born in Holyoke, Massachusetts, June 26, 1930, he was a son of the late Matthew E. and Kathleen Keogh.

Early years were in Bayside, New York, followed by his graduation from the University of Pennsylvania. At Penn, he was a member of junior and senior honor societies and ran on the varsity track team.

Upon graduation he served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. With completion of his service he held corporate sales management positions traveling in various parts of the eastern United States.

Upon retirement from Jaguar Cars Corporation in 1994, he and his wife, Marianne, left Northvale, New Jersey. and moved to Summerville in 1995. Paul was active in his homeowners’ association and enjoyed being a volunteer archeologist at the Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site and the Summerville Museum.

He relocated to Myrtle Beach in 2013 to be closer to family.

Surviving, in addition to his wife of 61 years are three loving children, daughter Dorothy Parness (Andrew) of Myrtle Beach, son William P. Keogh (Tiffany) of River Vale, New Jersey, and daughter Barbara Marini (Robert) of Sloatsburg, New York; grandchildren Abigail Edwards, Benjamin Parness, Lauren Parness, Kaitlin and Kelly Ann Keogh, Steven and Sarah Marini and Mia Wei; great-grandchildren Trevor, Kelsey, Jace, Drew, Connor, and Emmalyn and brother Robert D. Keogh of Tucson, Arizona.

A Mass of Christian burial was held at St. Andrew Catholic Church on May 8.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Andrew Catholic Church, 503 37th Ave. N., Myrtle Beach, SC or to St. Jude Children’s Research Center, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105, or to a charity of your choice.

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