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Leslie William Keats

1933 - 2019

A much loved husband, father and grandfather

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  1. Nigel and Gillian Humphries send their sincere condolences to the family on the death of dear Leslie, a delightful and special man. Many years ago we were at Swanage Grammar School together, but much more recently, we had the privilege of popping in to see him in his cheerful room at Branksome Park Care Home, where he was loved and respected by all the staff there. He will be sadly missed, but remembered with the greatest of pleasure. So glad to have known him and to be counted as two of his friends.

    Nigel & Gillian Humphries
  2. Dear Maureen and family,
    A great hole has opened in your lives, one which you’ll be aware of day after day after day.
    Leslie will also be missed by many others. His story-telling, humour and achievements were renown and tell their own story of one who was loved and respected. This branch of his family join me in sending you our deepest sympathy.

    David and Baerbel James
  3. To Maureen and family
    Sending our love to you all. What an amazing tribute to Leslie at St Peters Church today. He would have loved every minute! particularly the loud organ playing!!
    With much love
    Debbie, Geoff, Marion & Sylvia (donation from us all)

    Deborah Warde
  4. So many happy childhood Widdecombe Avenue memories , thank you Leslie and all your wonderful family! xxx

    Jane Arnold

Service Details

Wednesday, May 22nd 2019 - 1:45 pm
St Peters Church, Parkstone
Albert Marsh
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