Ken Chave (29 Feb 1944 - 12 Dec 2018)

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KenGreat Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity

£125.00 + Gift Aid of £17.50
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KenSouthampton Hospital Charity, Hyper Acute Stroke Unit

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Funeral Service

Location
St Deny's Church Chilworth Southampton SO16 7NN
Date
3rd Jan 2019
Time
12.45pm
Funeral Director
Jonathan Terry Independent Funeral Directors, London Road

Cremation Details

Location
Test Valley Crematorium Romsey Southampton SO51 6AB
Date
3rd Jan 2019
Time
1.45pm

In loving memory of Ken Chave who sadly passed away on 12th December 2018.

Charlotte Zorrilla donated £33 in memory of Ken

With fond memories of our lovely Uncle Ken

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Charlotte Zorrilla wrote

With fond memories of our lovely Uncle Ken

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Lesley Chave lit a candle
Lesley Chave donated £53.25 in memory of Ken
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Sarah Chave donated £53.25 in memory of Ken

We laugh we sing and each will bring an individual note
Of music fine and threads divine a harmonic overcoat

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Sarah Chave donated £26.63 in memory of Ken

To reunite in love and light
Is a healing to cherish
Far or near the love is here
and will never perish

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Sarah Chave wrote

Far or near the love is here and will never perish

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Laurie Cant donated in memory of Ken
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Ann Manville donated £21.30 in memory of Ken

Always remembered

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Ann Manville donated £21.30 in memory of Ken

Always remembered with love

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Ann Manville wrote

Always remembered

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Ann Manville wrote

Always remembered

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Peter Arnold wrote


May I express my deepest sympathy to Marion for the loss of Ken and to Tim and Sarah at the loss of your much loved father.

My thoughts are of you at this sad time you and what follows are my fond memories of Ken.




I first had the pleasure of Ken’s acquaintance when he joined me at Birfield Ltd, the parent company of a major transmissions group that had just been acquired by GKN some 50 years ago. I immediately recognised in Ken a man blessed with intelligence, dynamism and infectious enthusiasm topped with great warmth and affability. Within a short time, we became close friends, beavered away at the many tasks on hand and enjoyed many a pint together. However, we only worked together for about 2 years before GKN completely pulled Birfield apart and we collected our redundancy cheques and went our separate ways.

I recognised right from first meeting Ken that he was destined for greater things and that certainly happened for Ken through first moving to Hawker Siddeley where he successfully climbed the management ladder and then on to other successful ventures.

It was a pleasure to have known him and he will be sadly missed

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