A Book of Remembrance

Keith and Karen

Keith Dickinson

This book is a collection of memories and condolences following the sad loss of our friend and colleague, Keith Dickinson.

From all of us at Siemens Energy.

Book Owner: Sarah Preston
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Kevin Walton

The announcement of Keith’s loss I’m sure came as a shock to all of us at his Office.  My sympathies go out to Keith’s wife plus family members and his close friends.  Keith will be missed at the Office, he was always a friendly, approachable, responsible and humorous guy as I would expect other …

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Ken Short

From his first days in the Hebburn office, Keith set about improving the Quality management systems in the Services business and we spent many hours discussing the issues to be addressed. Keith brought his considerable experience to the work and his achievements were widely recognised. Always keen to enter a healthy debate and not …

Sarah Preston

Gary Pullan

My deepest condolences to Keith’s family at this sad time. I had the pleasure of working with Keith over the years, he was always happy help, taken far too soon, he will be missed.  …

Sarah Preston

Carl Trueman

Keith was a nice man, he was a positive person to have in the office, with kind words and a funny joke.  We will miss him and think of him fondly.  My sincere condolences to the family.  Carl …

Sarah Preston

Mark Tiernan

To Karen and Family Keith was a valued part of our work family and I hope you have felt how deeply we cared for Keith as colleagues and friends. We will all miss his dry humour and friendship, we all enjoyed working with Kieth and he was respected by all for his professionalism and …

Sarah Preston

Andrew Davidson

I got to know Keith during our time working together on various SSEN projects. During various audits, site and factory inspections we would meet members of staff who Keith had trained as an apprentice. It was clear that Keith was a well known and respected colleague who will be greatly missed by both the Siemens …

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Wayne Foreman

I am so sorry to hear of Keith’s passing. Over the years I’ve had the pleasure of working with Keith on numerous tenders and audits and he would always lighten the mood with his humour and infectious smile. Our thoughts are with all Keith’s family at this very sad time. …

Sarah Preston

Russell Fullerton

In 2018 Keith had to go to a factory test in France for HV cables, there was also a difficult customer to manage, but as usual with Keith he managed for the test to go smoothly and everyone was happy including the customer. This was typical for all his work. It is a big …

Sarah Preston

Paul Kidd

Such sad news of Keiths passing. He was always there to lighten the mood in the office with his humour, and to share his wealth of experience and knowledge. He will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him. …

Sarah Preston

Jon Moore

I only had the pleasure of working with Keith for a short time but I will remember it fondly.  He was always so happy to talk about his family and it was obvious how much joy they brought to him.  I’ll miss stopping by his desk for a chat (which was more of a …

Sarah Preston

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