Keith Elliott Carter's Memorial

Keith Elliott Carter
(2006 - 2008)

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General Details

Name: Mr Keith Elliott Carter
Nick Name: Prince, baby brother, baby boy
Gender: Male
Age: 1 years old
Lived: Friday, 9 June 2006 - Thursday, 14 February 2008

My Story

Keith was our beautiful baby boy. He was sadly taken away from us due to Unexpected Death of Epilepsy. He was such a smiling boy and could always make people laugh. He would say hello to everybody on his way. He had a big love for flowers. He would get so excited every time we saw flowers in our garden. He would always tell us how beautiful they were. Now, we can only leave flowers at his grave, and we hope he loves them. He will always be remembered as this wonderful, loving kid, and he will always be in our hearts. I know you are in safe hands and I will meet you again.

Love from your momma Aya!

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A candle for your precious angel xx Sleep Tight Kieth xx Your mummy is a very strong lady

Biography

Fathers Name: Tobias
Mothers Name: Ayanna
Siblings Names: Phillip(2005), Simon(2008), Amelie(2009) and his angel sister, Alexis(2010-2010)
Country of Birth: England
Country of Residence: England
City of Residence: London
Marital Status: Single
Religion: Catholic

Interests

Favourite Sport: Running
Favourite Movie: The Lion King
Other Interests:
cars, toys, animals, family, friends

Passing

Date of Passing: 14 February 2008
Cause of Passing: Unexpected Death of Epilepsy
Type of Funeral: Burial
Funeral Date: 20 February 2008
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