Helene Feo Obituary, Death – I got the most heartbreaking news today: a neighbor who was the first person at Skye Ranch who welcomed me in had passed away today. He was the person who was my first point of contact there. Helene had a wealth of information and was an amazing networker despite her advanced age of 48. Helene will be deeply missed by her husband, Jimmy, and her three lovely children.
Helene You were an amazing, loving, kind, and accomplished person, April Feo, who made everyone feel loved and valued. You will be greatly missed. You will be deeply missed, and our memories of you will live on in perpetuity. I ask that you offer a prayer for my buddy and her family. She was the loving mother of her three adorable children, Christopher Miksitz, Eric (Katelyn) Miksitz, and Tarah (Timothy) Kravatz. She was married to her husband Carl Miksitz for 40 years, and they shared a deep love for one other. In addition to her husband and children, she is survived by nine of her thirteen siblings:
Thomas McKeever (Christine), Michael McKeever, Clarita McKeever Haney, Jane Gramlich (William), Maryanne Craven, Celeste McKeever, Paul McKeever (Susan), Patricia Toal (Thomas), and Colleen McKeever. She also leaves behind a large number of nieces, nephews, cousins, and dear friends. Helene’s family members that passed away before her include her mother Clarita McKeever, her father Thomas McKeever, and her brothers John McKeever, Mark McKeever, and Brian McKeever.
Helene was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and she received her education at Holy Family and Hallahan Catholic High School, both in Philadelphia, where she made friendships that would last a lifetime. In addition, she attended Temple University for a total of two years of her education. After 22 years working as a Business Manager at Penn State Lehigh Valley, she took her retirement in June of 2021. Helene was extremely devoted, worked very hard, and took great satisfaction in her professional accomplishments. She has been a leader in the Girl Scouts and has assisted with coaching in several child sports over the years. In addition to being a fantastic raconteur, she was the person who kept the party going. She looked forward to all of the times her family would take her to the beach at their home in Wildwood.