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In Memoriam Keith Jenkins (Jenks).

Posted by M Hall on September 23, 2015 at 9:35 AM Comments comments (1)

It is with deep sadness that I carry this news of the passing of Jenks, Many of us who served at RAF Greatworth and RAF Jurong will of course remember Keith Jenkins.He died of respiratory failure on August 14th and was cremated on 2nd Sept in Torquay. his mother died earlier this year (Feb?). He was of course a great comfort to her over the years and I'm sure he missed her very much when she passed away.

 

The folowing was originally printed on August 26, 2015 in the Torquay Herald Express.

JENKINS Keith Ronald Passed away on Friday 14th August 2015 aged 74 Years. He will be sadly missed by Patricia, daughter Dawn, son Richard, grandchildren Charlotte, Tuesday, Macy, Ethan, Scarlett, Fox, Will and all who knew him. Funeral Service to be held at Torquay Crematorium on Wednesday 2nd September at 10.30am No flowers please, donations preferred for RNLI ( Brixham ) which may be given by way of a retiring collection or sent c/o Co-operative Funeralcare 79/85 Barton Road, Torquay TQ2 7NY The old git was right. He was ill. Hawaiian shirts or colourful casual clothing please.




The Inn at Greatworth

Posted by RAFA Brackley on May 18, 2015 at 5:10 AM Comments comments (3)

The pubhas now got new managers, who also run the Butchers Arms at Kings Sutton

Mick 

Photos

Posted by M Hall on December 29, 2013 at 7:30 PM Comments comments (4)

A nice surprise is the aquisition of two portraits of the Mrs Eels to be, pictured in uniform at the rank of Flt. Lt., but, what was her name? at this time and serving a commission, she would still be single, unless anyone knows better? She is pictured again, some years later at the RAF Greatworth Christmas bash of '62 picking the draw. Alas, no picture of George here, we'll have to scrutinise the gallery to see if there is a glimpse of him? There is a severe shortage of pictures of our elite d'cour from yesteryear, SWO's and CO's in particular. Not surprising, because in those ole days, `they' didn't mix much with the `ranks', shame really, because they were an important part of our lives.

Edited and corrected rank.