Elizabeth “Liz” P. Kermeen

Resided in Escanaba, Michigan
Died August 23rd, 2020

Elizabeth “Liz” P. Kermeen, 66, of Escanaba, passed away Sunday evening, August 23, 2020 at her home following a lengthy battle with cancer.

She was born on April 6, 1954 in Monroe, WI, daughter of Howard and Nellie (Ast) Nall. Liz was raised and attended school in Argyle, WI.

On August 20, 1983, Liz married Keith L. Kermeen in Neenah, WI.

Liz worked as an office manager for her husband’s practice, Kermeen Chiropractic for many years. She also worked as an antique dealer at the Market Place.

Her passions included reading, interior decorating, and spending time with her family. In the past, Keith and Liz were both very active with Players de Noc.  She was involved in various roles including set designer, sound and some acting.

Liz is survived by her husband, Keith of Escanaba; daughter, Stevie Rae (Kyle) Bower of Bark River, MI; brother, Thomas “Fern” Nall of Platteville, WI; and two nieces, Diana and Tonya.

She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Steve.

In keeping with Liz’s wishes, no services will be held.

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14 Tributes to “Elizabeth “Liz” P. Kermeen”

  1. Liz was a lively personality who was taken much too soon. I have wonderful memories of Liz when I lived in the UP. She will never be forgotten.

  2. Liz was one of my wonderful partners in crime at Players de Noc. She dressed the set for “Mousetrap” by emptying her living room of practically all its furniture and advised me on numerous other things in my days of directing. I am sad that she is gone–way too soon. Condolences to Keith (my Players husband once) and her friends. She was special.

  3. Dear Stevie,
    I am heartbroken to hear of your Mother’s passing. She was too young and YOU are too young! My thoughts and prayers to you and your Father.
    Lisa Carley

  4. My sympathies to you Keith and Stevie and Kyle at the passing of your wife and mother. Gone way too soon. My prayers to you and your family.

  5. Kieth, I was so, so sad to read this. I haven’t seen Liz in quite some time. We worked on many, many Players de Noc productions. The most special one was “Educating Rita” when we traveled to compete downstate. She was an inspiration to me, kind, supportive and a fun person to be around. I will always treasure the gift she bought me. The silver lighter with “Rita” engraved on it. So young…….my sincere sympathy to you and your daughter.

  6. I am so sorry to learn of Liz’s passing. My condolences to her dear family. I have very fond memories of Liz. I loved working on shows at Players with her. She was hard working, very capable, a good collaborator, and a kind, caring person. I also loved finding treasures at her antique store – Liz had great taste! Her home was so beautiful because of her admirable artistic talent at decorating. So sorry and I will miss her.

  7. Hello, Keith: I am saddened by the loss of Liz. She was so full of life and laughter. God, I will remember her laughter. She was so helpful for the short time I was a part of Players. Blessings and prayers to your family.

  8. Keith and Stevie so sorry for your loss. Liz was always fun when she would come to get her hair done. We always had some good laughs. I was just thinking of her recently and wondering how she was. She will be greatly missed.

  9. My Heart & Prayers go out to Keith (“Dad”) & Stevie. Liz was such a great Friend & I enjoyed working with her during plays at Players de Noc. May she enjoy the Joy’s of Heaven free of pain & suffering!!

  10. So sorry for your loss, Keith and Stevie and Kyle….what can we say? She’s healed now in the arms of the Lord. God’s blessings to you all.

  11. Dear Stevie,
    I did not have the pleasure of knowing your Mom but she has an amazing and caring daughter so that says a lot about her! Please know how much I am thinking of you and your family. I am so sorry you had to say goodbye to her too soon.

  12. Dear Keith, Our heartfelt sympathies go out to you, Stevie and the rest of your family. We have such wonderful memories of working with Liz at Players and our “family” there was certainly enriched by the talents and support of both of you. Liz was also the smiling face and friend we saw when first entering the office. Sending you our love and prayers. Lynn and Jim Soderberg

  13. Dear Keith and Stevie, I am so sorry for your loss. Liz was always upbeat and happy to be around. I hadn’t seen the two of you for awhile so I was not aware she was suffering with cancer. She was much too young to pass away. Love and Prayers for you all.

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