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Daniel J. Kegg

Published February 22,2016

Obituary's Biography:

Daniel James Kegg (formerly of Gurnee, IL) 57, passed away Thursday, February 18th at his home in Lakewood Ranch FL.  He was born May 6, 1958 to John and Ada Kegg in Waukegan IL.  Dan was a highly respected business owner, founding 2 companies, Horizon Systems Machining (Kenosha, WI) in 1989 and RAMS Sheet Metal Equipment (Antioch, IL) in 2006.    Dan was an avid golfer, enjoyed Nascar races, collecting antique cars, planting flowers at his home and watching football (he was a very loyal Vikings fan).  He was a member of Our Lady of the Angels Catholic Church and belonged to the Knights of Columbus.  He was a great man, and will be missed by so many.  He is survived by his wife of 19 years, Sandra Kegg of Lakewood Ranch, FL.  His mother Ada Kegg of Gurnee, IL, his daughter Samantha Kegg of Lakewood Ranch, FL, his sons, Myllano Kegg of Pleasant Prairie, WI,  A.J (Grace) Kegg of Bristol, WI and Ryan Kegg of Gurnee, IL, his sister Nancy (Gary) Taylor of Wadsworth, IL, and brothers John (Jayne) Kegg of Pleasant Prairie, WI and Scott Kegg of Plainfield, IL.  He is preceded in death by his father John Kegg and his brother Jerald Kegg.  Visitation will be held Sunday February 28th from 4-8 P.M at Strang Funeral Chapel 410 E. Belvidere Rd.  Grayslake IL.  Mass will be held Monday February 29th at 10:30 a.m at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church 6401 Gages Lake Rd. Gurnee IL with a visitation starting at 9:30am at church.  Burial place, Ascension Catholic Cemetery & Mausoleums in Libertyville IL.  In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Our Lady of the Angels Catholic Church Building Fund in Memory of Daniel James Kegg, 12905 E. State Rd 70 Lakewood Ranch, FL 34202.  For more information please contact (847)223-8122 or log onto www.strangfuneral.org.

7 replies on “Daniel J. Kegg”

  1. Dan was my next door neighbor for the past three years and during that short period of time, we became the best of friends. As “gearheads”, Dan and I had a common interest and passion for classic cars and trucks. I will always remember and cherish the times we shared, whether it was attending a local car show or just hanging out in the garage, swapping stories and working on cars. Dan was more than a good friend, he was like the brother I never had. I am truly going to miss you buddy!

  2. To the Kegg family..

    I am so sorry for your loss. He was a great and well respected man.. I am grateful to have known him. He will be missed dearly.. I love you all…

  3. Deepest Sympathy to Cousin Dans Family. They are in my thoughts and Prayers. May he Rest in Peace in Gods Arms

  4. So so so very sorry for your/our loss. May God bring you comfort and peace until we see him again. I am better for knowing him.

  5. I have worked for Dan for almost 16 years and I will always feel like a part of me is missing from now on. I spoke with him everyday, and I will miss our conversations. He taught me so much over the years, not only about business but about life. He was a wonderful man and I loved him dearly. I send my love and sympathy to the Kegg family.

  6. AJ, Sandy and Family….We are so sad to learn of your Dad”s, (Dan’s) passing! We have wonderful memories of our shared Love of the Chargers! Dan showed us how to tailgate in style! I’ll always remember those days, and seeing how much Love and Pride he showed his family. We always think of Dan when we go to Fleming’s…he encouraged us years ago to eat and drink $$ wine! I know you have wonderful storie to share and will continue to hear many more in the coming days and weeks. I pray that those stories in time will bring a Smile first before the tears!
    Kathleen & Dave Mierzwiak

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