Due to Covid-19 a Private Family Funeral Service will held on Saturday, October 16, 2021, at 2:00 p.m.
At the family's request
Proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test is required for all those in attendance.
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I have many fond memories of visits to Uncle Keith and Aunt Ruth's farm. Their hospitality and warmth really stood out to me. Uncle Keith was always very kind and patient with me, a rambunctious military brat. I especially remember the bird hunts with my dad (Davis) and Uncle Keith. He would outwalk me every time. Our love and sympathy to the family at this time of grieving. Cherish your memories. Rick .
When Mom was in the Lafleche Health Center for a few weeks before she passed I basically lived there for several days and was blessed to be with Aline, Keith, Lilah… one morning after breakfast I grabbed an old song book and with Aline the human piano we sat at the table and sang songs for about half an hour. Keith and Mom loved the entertainment and it was so wonderful that Mom was back amongst people that she had spent many nights playing cards and dancing with. Last weekend I was remembering my time with them and I even looked to see if there was an obit for Keith, to see if he was still with us, and a few days later I saw one posted on Facebook… your mom and dad were great human beings and I have no doubt heaven will never be the same with all that gang there increasing… hard to imagine we are now becoming the seniors… my deepest sympathies for your loss.
I was named after Uncle Keith. As a young lad I related to Uncle Keith, like him I broke an arm which didn't heal particularly straight. The memories I have, especially the summer of '64, are highly cherished. My deepest sympathy.
Doug ( okay Douglas Keith)
I remember Keith best through the Legion as I had the privilege of being in Lafleche Legion 204 with him for the past ten years. I enjoyed him at our meetings as he was always giving Glenn heck for him not taking off his hat as many guys forget they are wearing them. I am so sorry I did not know Keith had died until this very moment. He is our last veteran to go. My deepest sympathy to the Sproule family. It was my honour to have known Keith.
I remember cousins, we had cousins everywhere. Every holiday or trip growing up involved a visit with family. Mom and Dad made that happen! Almost everywhere we went there was a smiling face welcoming us. Dad's legacy is a sense of belonging, being part of something with deep roots and wide branches.
Dad sang a ballad to me a couple months ago that I had never heard him sing.I had been playing other Scottish ballads singing with some to him . When we walked out of his room , Dad wheeling along in his wheelchair he gifted me with the ballad Loch Lomond. The link to the song is at end of this memory. As in the ballad Dad is again with his true love https://youtu.be/o2vIu3nr3OI