Keith was a mechanic and plasterer when he left Jamaica and came to England during the Windrush era in the 60’s. He was in his twenties when he arrived and built a family here never forgetting his roots in Jamaica. He was a family man who when he retired found a new lease of life at his allotment. He grew various vegetables which he would proudly share amongst his family and friends. His legacy is for his friends to be able to grow Cho Cho as easily as he did.
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Keith left us too soon, we were not expecting it to happen as quickly as it did, and we were unable to say goodbye. He loved nature and we feel that a tree in his memory is a fitting tribute.
A Personal Message
Keith left a wife, Loris (who passed away less than 3 months after he did), children, grand children and great grandchildren. He has left a legacy of grandchildren who enjoy mischief and a drink. Us children are kicking ourselves as he didn’t let us in on his famous curry mutton recipe and will have to figure it out his special ingredient that made everyone smile when they ate it.