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Keith Neuroendocrine Cancer UK
In loving memory of Keith Weaver who sadly passed away on Sunday the 8th of August 2021, following a long battle with NET Cancer and it’s effects.
Keith was / is a wonderful man, with a heart of gold, a wicked sense of humour and an amazing zest for life. Keith lived for his family friends and did all that he could so that everyone was happy and had anything the wanted or needed. Keith loved a laugh and would often be joking with and teasing us all. We’ll miss his (somewhat toothless) smile and the glint in his eye.
Keith, along with Sue, taught us all to always be good people and to always work hard, be honest and to never to give up. He loved having a clean car, a tidy home, a round of golf, a couple of drinks, a beautiful garden and lovely holidays with his loved ones.
Keith’s love for his family was endless - he could always be counted upon to give us so much support, a hug, a ear for our problems and a helping hand to fix anything. Keith did some many jobs throughout his working life to bring a life full of joy and happiness to himself and his family. He helped to make so many precious memories, that will be treasured forever. The arrival of Keith’s grandchildren were some of the proudest moments of his life. Keith hated being alone and loved spending time with Sue and his children and grandchildren.
Unfortunately, over 10 years ago, Keith started to fall into ill health and was diagnosed with a range of illness, no least Neuroendocrine Tumours, which ultimately brought around his recent death. Keith went through so much pain, discomfort and a range of treatment, in the quest of getting better and living his life to the max. Two days before being admitted to Walsall Palliative Care Centre (an amazing place), Dad ensured that we all went away on holiday together.
Keith would love to be remembered for all that made him a great man.
Keep on Smiling
We will be going to Brownhills Community Centre (near Bean and Baked) following the funeral, to continue to celebrate Keith’s wonderful life.