Discussion in 'TPF News & Announcements' started by Overread, Aug 22, 2018.
Wow, just stunned.
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Always a loss when passionate people leave us. They are an inspiration to keep working, for all of us.
I hope he is imaging in his next life...
Rest In Peace old friend.
I don’t even have words. Like most (or all) of you I never met Keith in real life. I hardly even know what he looked like, or anything about him.
And yet, his loss hits me hard. Keith was one the the “old guard” of this forum, and was extremely helpful and knowledgeable. You could almost always count on him commenting on your post within a few hours of it going up, and that takes dedication.
If I was asked to list the three most infuentual members to me since I joined, he’d be among them for sure. I’ve been on this forum for nearly a decade now and can’t imagine what it’s going to be like without him.
May he rest in peace, I can only offer my condolences to his friends and family.
You will be missed, Keith! Our condolences go out to his friends and family from everyone here at TPF.
So sad.. I posted on his train trips as I love the trains also. For sure, he will be missed tremendously!
Prayers for the family.
Sad news to read, my thoughts and prayers with the family.
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