In Memory

Elizabeth Louise "Liz" Keating - Class Of 1976

ELIZABETH LOUISE KEATING, 48, passed away suddenly on August 31, 2006. Elizabeth was born August 12, 1958 in Oxnard, CA. She grew up in Houston and was a 1976 Graduate of Westchester H.S. She received her BA from Trinity University in San Antonio and later earned an MBA from the University of Texas in Austin. Elizabeth worked as an accounting IT project manager consultant in Dallas. She devoted herself to charitable work and served on the boards of Vickery Meadows Learning Center, Prevent Blindness of Texas and the Junior League of Dallas. Elizabeth touched many people during her life and leaves many friends across the country. She is survived by her parents, Donald and Marie Keating; brothers, John (wife Bridget) and Jim (wife Sandra) Keating; sister, Christine Keating; nieces and nephews, Kellie, Laura, Claire, John Francis Xavier and Katherine and numerous God-Children with whom she kept in constant contact.

 

KEATING, , ELIZABETH LOUISE Elizabeth Louise Keating, 48, passed away suddenly on August 31, 2006. Elizabeth was born August 12, 1958 in Oxnard, CA. She grew up in Houston and was a 1976 Graduate of Westchester H.S. She received her BA from Trinity University in San Antonio and later earned an MBA from the University of Texas in Austin. Elizabeth worked as an accounting IT project manager consultant in Dallas. She devoted herself to charitable work and served on the boards of Victory Meadows Learning Center, Prevent Blindness of Texas and the Junior League of Dallas. Elizabeth touched many people during her life and leaves many friends across the country. She is survived by her parents, Donald and Marie Keating; brothers, John (wife Bridget) and Jim (wife Sandra) Keating; sister, Christine Keating; nieces and nephews, Kellie, Laura, Claire, John Francis Xavier and Katherine and numerous God-Children with whom she kept in constant contact. Visitation will be 6-8 P.M. Monday, September 4, 2006, with a vigil service at 7:00 P.M. at Earthman Hunters Creek, 8303 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX 77024. Mass of Christian Burial will take place on Tuesday, 1:00 P.M. at St. Cecilia Catholic Church in Houston. Rite of Committal will follow at Memorial Oaks Cemetery. A Memorial Service will take place in Dallas at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to Victory Meadows Learning Center or Prevent Blindness of Texas.

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Published in Dallas Morning News on September 3, 2006