Keith Nigel Williams (23 Nov 1955 - 28 Feb 2020)

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KeithSt Giles Hospice

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Location
Carnarvon Chapel, Bretby Crematorium Geary Lane Burton upon Trent DE15 0QE
Date
13th Mar 2020
Time
12.45pm
Funeral Director
Murray’s Independent Funeral Directors Burton-on-Trent

On February 28th 2020, at the age of 64, whilst at home surrounded by his loving family, Keith found peace.
Sweetheart and soul-mate of Jacquie, most treasured and very special dad of Carl and Sophie-Beth.
Devoted son, a sadly missed brother in law, nephew and uncle. A cherished and loyal friend to many.
Keith was an incredibly kind and warm natured gentleman who faced his journey throughout with courage, dignity and grace.

Keith requested a traditional service followed by cremation. Family flowers only please. The service will be held at 12:45pm, Friday 13th March at the Carnarvon Chapel Bretby. We then invite you to join us to celebrate Keith’s life, directly following the service, at Burton Albion’s Pirelli Stadium. Donations to St Giles Hospice please in line with Keiths wishes, either via Murrays, Just Giving or at the service.

Caroline Wakelin donated in memory of Keith

Keith; a true gentleman, the best of friends. Loved now and always ❤

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RONALD and CHRISTINE LIDDLE donated in memory of Keith
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Steve & Helen Martin wrote

As we all move through our lives friends and their families we meet come and go over time. And if we’re lucky, there are those special people that make you think....I wish I’d met you sooner in life so we could have shared even more time together.
RIP Willybobs.

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Ian and Lynne Campion donated in memory of Keith
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Carl Knight donated £20 in memory of Keith
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Ruth Price donated £20 in memory of Keith

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family.

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Mick Machin wrote

Keith, what can I say.......

You were and still are a true friend and gentleman. Even going through all what you had to deal with you still had the time to support me during my treatment and keep me in good spirits and for that I cannot thank you enough.

I’m proud to have been part of all the good fundraising we did together, as even though life dealt you a cruel blow you were determined to prove the diagnosis wrong and make it so others in the future wouldn’t have to suffer like you.

You are and always will be an inspiration and they say the good ones always go to soon and my word they have with you!

Mick

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Elaine Hamnett wrote

Our thoughts are with Jacquie Carl &Sophie at this difficult time.
We've been fortunate to have known Keith &Jacquie for over forty years and have some great memories from these times.
Goodbye to a very special friend who will be sadly missed.
RIP until we meet again Alan & Elaine.

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Phil Needham donated £50 in memory of Keith

Best wishes to the family

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Danny Daniels donated £10 in memory of Keith

Will miss you and your jokes on the bowling green mate

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Terry & Jackie Foster wrote

God bless Jaquie , Carl. Sophie and family.

Keith was such a kind loving man and so proud of his family. It was truly a pleasure just to be in his company.
I have lots of memories about riding our bikes to the Island and blasting around France.

I will remember you for the rest of my life. If we do meet again it is my round .

Rest in peace Keith.

Terry and Jackie xx.

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David Clarke wrote

A past Chairman (1993 - 94) and member of Burton Abbey Round Table 860. Great times.
RIP Keith

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God bless Jacquie, Carl and Sophie. Keith was such a kind, loving man and so proud of his family. It was truly a pleasure just to be in his company.

I have lots of memories about riding our bikes to the Island and blasting around France.

I will remember you forever.

Rest in peace.

Jackie & Terry Foster

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Linda Fidler wrote

RIP Keith. Such good memories from The Plough Days!
Thinking of Jaquie, Carl, Sophie and family. Lx

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Chris Ryder wrote

A truly special man who I am proud to have known. Spoke to Carl today who informed me of this very sad news. I have fond memories of the new year's eve parties at Rolleston Road.
Love to Jaquie, Sophie and Carl.
Xxx

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Keara Grace donated £20 in memory of Keith

RIP Keith. My thoughts & prayers with all family and friends at this very sad time.

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Don Mcmeechan donated £20 in memory of Keith

I will miss you buddy , I’ve known you for some 50 odd years , the last ten standing with you at the Albion , I will still being a couple of sweets to the game for you , we always had a laugh that’s something I will miss , my thoughts are with jacquie , carl and Sophie , rest in peace my friend

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Rodger and mo Brood wrote

We go through our lives and every now and then we have the privilege to meet someone that leaves their mark, Keith was our very lovely special friend and he will stay in our hearts forever 🐻

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Dave Mellor donated £20 in memory of Keith

Will miss your cheery smile and wave over the gardens. Rest now peacefully mate Dave Von Dale n Jess xxxx

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Mcmeechan Donald wrote

Mcmeechan

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Colin Wood donated £20 in memory of Keith

Keith was a lovely man and will be sadly missed

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Andrew Petrie wrote

Rest in peace Keith
You were a great person who had time for everyone, I will always remember how proud your mum was of you, our days playing football together will always be in my memory.
Till we meet again
Andy Petrie

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