Thoughts and prayers for Keith Jenkins, Audrey and all his family.
One of my closest friends, he pretty much was part of our family too. We worked together on many cool projects. Always was fun to get the latest happenings be it the energy sector, aircraft, politics, traveling or family over a pint with Keith. He was having fun being a grandfather too. The world lost a good guy and I miss him.
Seems so strange not being able to call him up to talk, what a good friend he was. You don't know what you've got until it's gone! Can't wait to see you again, cheers to you (and a pint!) until then.
My deepest condolences to Audrey and the extended family for your loss. I will deeply miss Keith. I have known Keith for many years as a colleague and dear friend. Keith and I have shared many great chats over lunch covering many interesting topics. I will miss those special get togethers. Rest In Peace Keith. Gord Brons.
RIP Keith. You will be missed. Don and I will miss your sense of humor and your laugh. There was always an email with interesting views and opinions, and many pictures if your sweet Amara. You will always be in our thoughts and memories.
I was so sorry to hear about Keith’s passing in the paper today. I have been a friend of Keith’s since our time together in Fort Churchill at the Duke of Edinburgh school. We stayed acquainted during his time in Winnipeg but I lost track of his whereabouts until we both found ourselves in Calgary many years ago. I enjoyed getting his political and social observations over the years and having the occasional lunch with him which usually resulted in a very active political discussion. His father , Chas -as we called him and mother were good friend to my parents. I will miss him and regret that Covid interrupted our lunch meetings so lately we only communicated by text . I was looking forward to resuming our lunches only to learn this sad news today. My condolences and sympathies to Audrey and their family.
My deepest condolences to Audrey as well as to Keith's extended family and friends in other parts of Canada. I always enjoyed Keith's company for a glass of cheer and an interesting conversation. Keith's laugh was always infectious and he would always have an opinion on current issues of the day. I will never forget his friendship and how he made me feel when I was with him. Keith had a very kind soul and I will miss the man.
Can't say he didn't have an adventuresome life, from the time he spent as my stepfather with my mother Mary, to his time as husband to A. His stories of his boyhood in Churchill were always good for a laugh. Our hearts go out to A. and to his niece K., nephew B., and sister-in-law J. Love to all,
Ennien (Mrs. Robin) Ashbrook