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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The Harvey’s

We were sorry to hear the very sad news of Ken’s passing.  We enjoyed spending time with him over the last few years and know how sorely missed he will be by you all. We will be thinking of you all, sending much love. …

Mary and Michael Potter

Thinking of you and your family at this very sad time. He was a gentleman and will be sadly missed by us all. …

Sylvia and Frank Huddleston

We were so sorry to read of Ken’s death. We were pleased to see you at the recent reunion and we have happy memories of our time together. Our thoughts are with you. …

Karen Rowe

I have a very magical memory of Uncle Ken.  One Xmas at Thorney Island, sleeping on an RAF camp bed.   In the early hours, he quietly came into the bedroom to take his RAF uniform jacket and hat from the wardrobe, his back to me, he put them on.  He turned and saw …

Carole Barr

Dear Sylvia We were very sorry to hear that Ken had died. I am so glad he managed one last 46 Reunion; I had quite a long chat with him – I think you were close by.   It sounds as if his passing was as peaceful as possible in the circumstances. Give my …

Kay

I was very sorry to receive a poignant message from David Bray saying that Ken had sadly passed away. Please accept my deepest sympathy. Only a few weeks ago he had spoken of seeing you both at the 46 reunion, when Ken had been in good spirit following the challenges of shielding. My thoughts are …

Chris Driscoll

Rest in peace Ken! Your contribution to Hayling was legendary. …

Dougie Barr

No 46 Squadron will greatly miss you Ken. You were a stalwart of our Reunions for nearly 50 years. Top mate. …

Les Rockel

A truly lovely chap & absolute gentleman. RIP Ken …

Andy Clark

A good man who will be sorely missed. Blue skies Ken. My condolences to the family. From a fellow 46 Squadron Navigator. …
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