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Messages of Condolence for Keith

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Messages of Condolence for Keith

Mel Linton

Worked with Keith in Fujitsu for a short period in 2016.
Lovely man, who was very helpful, and had a warm sense of humour.
Will be sadly missed,
Mel Linton

John Alcock

I’m so sorry to hear of Keith’s passing. I will remember him as an intelligent and engaging colleague and friend. I shall especially treasure the memory of the brief time we spent together at a conference in Washington.

Stephen Flynn

Deepest condolences on your loss. I worked with Keith for a number of years, he was a joy to work for and with, an inspirational boss and a good mate. I’ll always remember what he did for me while at Fujitsu, his musical and film knowledge always lead to Friday afternoon ‘challenges’, one of the things that made him such an interesting and friendly bloke. Sorely missed already.

Paul Hopkins

Keith was a true gentle giant, a friend to all, with a humour that could make a construction worker blush.

Keith – you will be missed, RIP my friend x

Stephen Flynn

I worked with Keith at DVLA with Fujitsu. He was a great boss and friend, always taking time to listen and always giving you the fullest of his attention, even if the question was how do you fix a roof! The friday afternoon ‘quizes’ were legendary, his music and film knowledge encyclopaedic, and every day was a laugh. He was a huge inspiration in my career and I have a lot to thank him for. He is already missed.

Leander Jordan

Keith was a great person to work with. He was big hearted, but never afraid to speak his mind when he felt something needed saying. He will be truly missed by all who knew him. My deepest condolences to his family and friends.

Colin Bowen

Keith was the best of friends to me and he taught me so much, both in and out of work, he is greatly missed.

Emily Trenwith

I worked with Keith for several years at Fujitsu at the start of my career. He was so engaging and always fascinating to chat to, especially on the subject of music, computing history, or his beloved bikes. He’ll be greatly missed.

Trevor Birch

A very dear colleague and friend for several year (2001-2015). He is sorely missed, but his memory lives on. God bless you Keith Smith

Mandy Newton

Rest in peace special one. My thoughts are with your family.
You fought a tough battle and we are all proud of you.
RIP Keith


What a loss. I can still hear Keith laughing at me trying to navigate around Swansea! So many lovely fond memories of a true gentleman.
Hugely missed already! Xx

Marie Parton

Worked with Keith in Fujitsu for a short period in 2015
Lovely gentlemen always made me laugh and a great bloke to talk too. I missed him when I left. It was a honour to of met you. R.I.P Keith gone but never forgotten. This is not a goodbye but until we meet again xx

Fiona Boyd

Keith was a true Gentleman, a consummate professional and fantastic coach and mentor – his zest for life and sense of fun was infectious. He will be missed.

Mark Westron

Keith buddy, I hope the bikes are big and you are organising a big quiz up there , rest in peace from a FUJITSU biking misfit

Dudley Joseph

I worked in Keith’s team in Fujitsu, Swansea between 2009 and 2015. I genuinely looked forward to coming into work with Keith around. He was witty, clever, interesting, fair and really professional. We all shared a great team spirit under Keith. Really sad to hear of his passing. Deepest condolences to the family.

Paul Tarrant

Keith was a good friend and work colleague at Fujitsu in Swansea. Enjoyed the chats about a broad range of subjects, and the bike rides we did as a group. He was a smashing guy.

Ian Guest

Keith was a true professional and one of only a few in Fujitsu that obtained the highly accredited status of distinguished engine, “twice”. Keith supported me throughout, even over the least the last few years in providing advice and wisdom. Even with the challenges keith faced he would always state Ian there are far many more people in the World in a worse position than I. He was a larger than life character who could entertain you for many an hour with his knowledge & stories. A pleasure to know & manage. Keith will be greatly missed.

Natalie Blyth

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Keith. My thoughts go to Louise and his family at this time.

He was a good man with a kind heart and a wicked sense of humour. He will be missed by many but not forgotten by any.

Paul Sullivan

It was a pleasure to work with you although briefly, back in those days we’d visit the Manchester data centres. You were an absolute inspiration and great company during those times. My condolences to your family.


I can only reiterate the positive messages already left for Keith
A very knowledgeable guy Keith also had great personal qualities.
He could talk until the cows came home and often did. I remember getting ready to leave the office one evening and asked Keith a question. About an hour later I managed to leave having listened to Keith’s life story. The last time I saw him he was clearly affected by the MS but still retained his sense of humour and self deprecating wit and did not show even a hint of self pity.




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