In Loving Memory of

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Ken Teal

Ken died peacefully on Tuesday 16th November 2021 aged 80.

He lived the last 10 years of his life with Parkinson’s. A disease he fought with determination, good humour and a touch of anger.

We want to remember him for everything he did and all those who benefitted from his wit and wisdom throughout all of his life.

If you would like to add a message of condolence, a memory or two, pictures of shared experiences or anything else that comes to mind, please do so here.

Ken was not a religious man but he did love a good sing song. To honour him properly the family will be celebrating his life sometime in the spring and we hope to have lots of memories and stories collated here that we can enjoy together.  
We will share information about the event in due course.

Thank you in anticipation of your support.

Book Owner: Melanie Barnett
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Mark - Son in Law

Ken Teal I first met Ken when he came to help me with our quality systems at work. He managed to cope with my opinionated views on quality systems and added some opinionated views of his own ! I obviously made an impression because when Melanie and I got together he had no recollection …

Courtney Scott

I knew Ken only in his later years, but could tell he was a man of kindness, strength and knowledge. He had a calming presence and one I will miss greatly upon returning to Old Meadow’s Farm. He and Sylvia were a dream team and I miss him so much for her and for …

Tom Barnett

Sad to lose Ken. He was very funny, sharp as a tact and always insightful and interesting. A family dinner was always exciting with Ken. With memories of him trying to build a house with a bad leg or wanting to go to prison because it “might be interesting”. I feel that wherever Ken …

Will Barnett

Very sad to hear of the loss of such a great man. Hearing this news brought back many memories of times in Hayling island when I was a young boy. Ken welcomed me and my brother with open arms when we first came to their house and treated us like family on arrival. Ken …

Mary Dolman

I am so sorry for your loss of such a special person.  I have lots of lovely memories of Ken.   A pleasure to know him and be a part of your family. X …

Sylvia Teal

From schoolboy to quantity surveyor, RAF Navigator, Insurance Broker, Coastguard and Councillor, Management Consultant and finally assisting inventors to get their inventions to market. His life has been spent helping others become the best they could be. He was also the love of my life and I miss him..   …

Laura and Bodhi

“Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard but always near. Still loved, still missed and very dear” We will treasure the memories Grandad, an integral part to our family that we will miss very much. Xx …

Steven, Becky, Tilly and Olivia

Grandad, you were such an inspiration to all, from your heroic past in the RAF to your love for life and your family.  We will all miss you so much and will never forget the times that we shared. The girls have taken comfort in the knowledge that you will be watching down on …

Stuart Priest

I still remember those words of wisdom you gave me all those years ago at Thorney Island. Many thanks Ken. RIP. …

Hayling Islanders

Andy Wakely – Remember Ken very well from my days on the PO when he worked at Horwoods. Had some laughs with him over the years.  Sorry to hear. Rest in Peace Lee Leeworthy – I lived above the insurance office in West Town early 80’s.  Ken was an all round great guy. RIP …
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