Very sad news, especially for those of us who knew Keith so well as a fellow Master in the 1991 North-East Corner in Sheffield. Our hearts go out to his wife, Christine, and their family. Keith was a larger than life character and we shall always remember his sense of humour and ready involvement in everything that was happening.
Very sad to read this and can echo John Wades sentients. Keith was very helpful to me some years ago when I studied for my LL.B. and also when I succeeded him as L.O. for Welcome Lodge. Great sense of humour and a loss to Wentworth Lodge.
I was privileged to be a member of the same Lodge as Keith in Wentworth Craft and Britannia Mark, he was for a period Liaison Officer in my Royal Arch Chapter. Always helpful and informative, always had a smile and a great sense of humour. Our thoughts are with Christine and family for there sad loss.
A lovely man with a great sense of humour and self deprecation. I had the privilege of being his DC in Britannia Mark and he was very patient with me! Fought his illness with great dignity to the end.
Sad loss, always a smile and a warm greeting from Keith. Our Thoughts are with his family.
Keith always had a welcoming smile and at the ready with a friendly supportive gesture as you entered the Lodge. A joy to be with at the festive board.
I will miss him.
He epitomised how a Masonic brother should conduct his life and actions through life, with brotherly Love, Relief and Truth.
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