Alan William Kennebeck of Fort Worth and formerly of Montauk died on Dec. 29 of esophageal cancer at home while surrounded by loved ones. He was 67.
Mr. Kennebeck worked in finance and banking, serving as an executive and trust officer at the Bank of Oklahoma, Frank Russell Company, Amcore Bank, and Union Planters.
Born in St. Louis, Mo., on Feb. 21, 1946, to Emmett Kennebeck and the former Evelyn Muskopf, he attended Christian Brothers College High School in St. Louis and later received a degree in business administration from the University of Missouri, where he was also a member of Phi Kappa Psi. He also went on to complete a master’s degree in business administration. In addition, he served in the Army for 15 years, ultimately retiring as a major in the Army Reserve.
On April 18, 1970, he married Margaret Mansfield in Amarillo, Tex. The couple had two children. For eight years, they lived in Montauk before moving back to Texas two years ago.
Besides being a devoted husband, father, and grandfather, Mr. Kennebeck loved golfing and painting. He also enjoyed reading, gardening, and cooking. He was a member of St. Patrick Cathedral in Fort Worth, where he served as a minister of communion and was also a member of Legatus, an international organization of practicing Catholic businesspeople.
He is survived by his wife and two children, Courtney Kennebeck of Fort Worth and Megan Neumann of Nashville, Tenn. He also leaves three grandchildren.
A Mass was said on Friday at St. Patrick Cathedral. The Rev. John Shanahan presided.
The family has suggested memorial contributions to St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church, 67 Essex Street, Montauk 11954.