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Michael Smith
11 years ago

Our family knew the Cahills and we spent many a happy times together in our youth. In my teenage years I gardened at the Greenwich Road home and spent many long and happy hours speaking with and listening to Keitha and David - they were magical people and brought to our lives an appreciation of true friendship. Keitha and David were terrific friends to my mother whose friendship dated back to the 1950's and survived all the years up to 2005 when my mother passed away. I consider it one of my greatest honours to have known both Keitha and David and they will foreever be in my fondest memories and amongst my favourite people.

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Michael Smith
11 years ago

Our family knew the Cahills and we spent many a happy times together in our youth. In my teenage years I gardened at the Greenwich Road home and spent many long and happy hours speaking with and listening to Keitha and David - they were magical people and brought to our lives an appreciation of true friendship. Keitha and David were terrific friends to my mother whose friendship dated back to the 1950's and survived all the years up to 2005 when my mother passed away. I consider it one of my greatest honours to have known both Keitha and David and they will foreever be in my fondest memories and amongst my favourite people.

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Tara Dangol
12 years ago

I worked for Keitha at North Shore Ballet Centre for 2 years. I had known her at a very young age as she was my grandmother's best friend. I used to call her "Aunty Keitha" as I had a great fondness for her. She was a lovely lady. Even so much so, I sent an invitation to my wedding. Unfortunately she was getting ill and could not attend. She sent me a kettle as a wedding gift and...to this day, I still have that kettlle. I shall miss her very much.

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Nellie McQuinn
12 years ago

Too many memories to put into words Gran. Always through the cupboard and sorely sorely missed now. I promise I will make tray gardens for the fairies with my little girl. Pearls in the traffic. Love you. Goddy Bless xxx

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Many happy occasions spent with Keitha and David at the lake, wonderful stories relived and memories held dear...travel well Keitha...we will miss that keen sense of humour..."Memories" Dean & Saxon

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Carolyn Gould
12 years ago

I am so glad to have had the privilege of knowing Keitha.... my parent's close friend. They shared so many wonderful times together. I'm sorry I didn't know her in earlier days and would have especially loved to see her dance. No other icon suitable for such a lovely, vital person ...

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Bruce Plummer
12 years ago

I think I first knew Keitha even before we met; this through the stories told to me by my wife (Ruth Fenner) of life they shared in a flat at Earls Court just after WW2. She has been a close part of our lives ever since and I am blessed with the happy memories of times we spent together.

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Yoooo hoooooing all the way to heaven. Love you mum xxx

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