Michael Anthony Keever

Michael Anthony Keever

Michael Anthony Keever

Michael Anthony Keever, a Guilderland High School student who became a part-owner of TV Guide Magazine, died on Saturday, Dec. 11, 2021. He was 55.
He was born in Albany on Aug. 22, he was the youngest of Ralph A. Keever and Jane-Ann D. Keever’s six children.

“Michael was an incredible and caring uncle,” his family wrote in a tribute, “who was extremely proud of his 13 nieces and nephews. Family was very important to Michael, as he would always make time to visit his sisters while on work trips, even if he had to drive hours out of his way just for a quick lunch.

“He loved returning to the greater Albany area, including Saratoga Springs, to see family and visit with friends from his days at Guilderland High School. Due to his business acumen, dedication, and tenacity, he went on to become a part-owner of TV Guide Magazine.

“Michael resided in Rochester, Michigan with his wife, Jean Marie. Together they had three children, whom he adored: Kathryn, Whitney, and Jack.

“Michael had a fun-loving, positive personality and a way of making everyone laugh. He was hard-working, dedicated, and very successful. Michael will always remain in our hearts.”

In addition to his wife and children, he is survived by his five loving sisters: Lisa Pruim and her husband, Hans, of Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina; Tracey-Ann Springer and her husband, John, of Austin, Texas; Kristin O’Hanlon and her husband, Kevin, of Loudonville; Cynthia Sullivan and her husband, Jack, of Longboat Key, Florida; and Carolyn Keever of Albany. 

His parents, Ralph A. Keever and Jane-Ann D. Keever, died before him.

A funeral mass will be held at 11 a.m. on Dec. 21 at St. Andrew Catholic Church in Rochester, Michigan.

Memorial messages may be left at www.altamontenterprise.com/milestones.

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