Jean Keeler (24 Jan 1947 - 11 Jun 2020)

Funeral Service

Location
Eltham Crematorium Crown Woods Way Eltham SE9 2AZ
Date
7th Jul 2020
Time
2pm
Funeral Director
F.A. Albin Welling

In loving memory of Jean Keeler who sadly passed away on 11th June 2020

Jean suffered terribly with her cancer and its treatment for five years and during last few months she was particularly ill. However, she never complained. That was Jean. She was a lovely, kind, generous and selfless woman and I probably didn’t deserve her. We had known one another for about 56 years and had been married for 50 years and 5 days! That’s a long time but she was still taken too early as she had so much more to enjoy and, equally importantly, so much more to give. I was devastated when she passed away. I miss her desperately and I know I always will

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audrey pearce wrote

Dear Jean. I will miss you so much. You were a wonderful friend for over 60 years.

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Lesley Draper wrote

Everything written here about Jean is so true. She was indeed the most selfless, kind and caring lady and it was a real privilege to have known her. Rest in peace dear Jean, you will be sorely missed.

With love, Lesley

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David Leeson wrote

My lasting memory of Jean will be her wonderful smile; always there, loving, honest. That smile was a testament to the person she was. The scooter, the living room at Cannon Road, and family parties are also ones that readily return. She will always be with us.

With all our love to Brian, Beverley, Helen, and your families.

David, Agnes, Ryan, Sean, Liam and Cailyn Leeson

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Jan & Chris Pearman wrote

Jean was a genteel person in every respect she will be missed by all . Lots of love Jan & Chris

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joan Hemple wrote

Dear Jean was a lovely lady and a true friend. She will be sadly missed. RIP Jean.
lots of love Joan & Albert xxx

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Heather Webb wrote

Dear Jean, we feel so fortunate to have known you and become close friends. We really enjoyed your company, your quiet smiles, long chats and countless texts back and forth, as well as all the laughter! You were such fun to be with; always so kind, compassionate and understanding; qualities everyone remembers.
You truly were a lovely lady, hardworking, gracious and always wanting the best for everyone. We think of your love for Brian, Bev and Helen, Ian and John and your grandchildren, and how proud you were of them all.
We remember so many happy times, days out in France, meals out together, theatre trips, and our special day out at Kew Gardens. I think about you so often when I’m in my garden.
We miss you so much Jean, how lucky we are to have known you.
With love, Heather, Trevor and all our family. xx

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Ian Leeson wrote

Wonderful memories of Jean at family parties and get togethers over the years. I'll always remember her smile and her loving understanding nature.

Our thoughts are with Brian, Beverley and Helen and families.

Ian, Lyn and Georgina Leeson

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Jean, Rose and I. Taken in the 1960s

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Jean, Rose and I - 1960s

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Jean, Rose and I in their garden - taken in the 1960s.

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At Claire & Dries' wedding 2018. Such fond memories

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Carol & John Dawson wrote

Fond memories 0f dear Jean, a friend I have known for just over 55 years. Found this old photo of her, her mum Rose and I in their garden. She was at our wedding, as I was hers, and she and Brian helped our family celebrate their milestones throughout the years. The other photo was taken at our Claire's wedding in Oct 2018. We have had many a laugh at the allotment! Rest in peace Jean , you will always be in our thoughts. All our love to Brian, Beverley and Helen and their families.
Carol, John, Kevin, Laurisha, Elaine, Chris, Claire, Dries, Steven, Becky xxxx

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Suzanne Dickinson wrote

Jean, you and Brian were always so generous in sharing your precious family time with me. My happiest teenage memories are of spending time (virtually every weekend, I think!) with you both, and Bev and Helen. You also introduced me to one of my favourite places in the world, the Dordogne. I have taken my own family there twice, happily retracing the steps we took all those years ago. Your beauty, grace, and sense of fun will be greatly missed. With love and gratitude, Suzanne xx

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Treasured memories of joining your family holiday in the Dordogne July 1991

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christine marriott wrote

Although I didnt know Jean well I remember her as a lovely person. Brian and Jean were so kind to me and especially my late husband during his illness. I have very fond memories of our meeting in Amalfi.Thinking of you Brian and your family at this sad time.

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Sylvia Boxall wrote

Oh Jean I knew you for so long, and you have been taken too soon. You were there for me when Peter died but you never let on about your cancer. That was so like you, you suffered in silence. We had some good times over the years but now we must say goodbye. Sleep tight Jean, rest in peace. We will never ever forget you love Sylvia

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Suzanne Fuller wrote

Whenever I hear Jean’s name, I always think of her lovely smile that lit up her face. Even though I didn’t see her very often, the times that I did are remembered fondly.
My thoughts are with you all, especially Brian, Beverley and Helen, at this sad time.
Love Suzanne, Kev, Isaac and Dexter xxxx

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