Keith grew up in war-torn London, where he found his lifelong love of soccer. He then sailed the world in the British Merchant Navy, amassing a volume of experiences, from which he would joyfully regale his many friends for the many remaining years of his life. In 1971, his next chapter brought he and wife Chris to the US, ultimately finding their home in Pittsburgh. Illness complicated his life, losing the battle at age 81, on the Sixth of June, 2020. He is survived by his wife Christine, sons Timothy (Liz) and David (Stacie), grandchildren Ben, Laura, Gemma, Tamsin, Alec, and Sarah, whom he cherished dearly.
A memorial will be held at a later date, to be determined.