LEAMON, Keith Charles
Surrounded by his family, Keith passed away peacefully on July 1st, 2020, aged 73 years. Eldest son of Gwen (dec) and Vic (dec), loving husband of Desley, cherished father and father-in-law of Tammie and Michael, Patrick and Cam. Adored Poppy of Annamieke, Dashiell, Cora and Beatrix.Funeral Notice
Due to current imposed funeral restrictions a private service will be held.
Please be advised that a public telecast of Keith’s funeral service will be available to view via our archived web-streaming.
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In lieu of flowers, donations to Parkinson’s Victoria would be appreciated and may be made via www.parkinsonsvic.org.au
Today and always may loving memories of Keith bring you peace, comfort and strength.July 4, 2020
Saddened by the passing of Keith, a great neighbor & many skiing memories behind Shaka. A true gentleman, love from the Olsson family.July 4, 2020
So sorry to hear of Keith’s passing.. our thoughts are with you all xxxJuly 5, 2020
Judy and Jeff Lowes
To DesleyJuly 6, 2020
So sorry to hear of Keith’s passing.
Our condolences to you and your family.
Keith was a very highly valued and respected colleague.
It was a great honour and experience to work with him during my time in the Department of Primary Industries (Agriculture Victoria) at Irymple.
Bob and Marilyn Emmett and family
My sincere condolences to the all the family.July 6, 2020
I am so indebted to Keith for being a friend, mentor and someone I could talk to about any and everything. We spent nearly 30 years working together and enjoyed every moment of it.
His passing was too early.
John and Glenda Hiskins
Dear Auntie Desley, Tammie, Patrick and families, we are so saddened to hear that Uncle Keith has passed and our deepest and sincerest sympathies go to you all.
I have such fond memories of the many Christmas’ in Red Cliffs and holidays spent with him and your family when I was younger and for that I am extremely grateful.
Although we can’t be there to say goodbye we are thinking of you and sending our love, and the biggest hugs, from afar. Kristen, John and Ryley xxxJuly 7, 2020
To Desley, Tammie, Patrick and families.July 7, 2020
We were saddened to hear of Keith’s passing.
He was a well respected gentleman, and greatly valued by the viticulture industry and the wider community.
Our sincerest sympathy to you all.
Desley and family our thoughts are with you on this sad day. Paul has many fond memories of the times he spent with Keith in his ‘shed’ when staying with Dad.July 7, 2020
All our love Jill and family xxoo
His understanding of how government works was a significant asset for the region. His wry humour, kind words and gentle guiding hand helped many, including us. Our condolences to his family and friends.July 8, 2020
Condolences to Desley and family.July 8, 2020
I was fortunate enough to have worked with Keith for many years and benefited from his wise counsel and experience.
He was widely respected by those that knew him and I’m glad I had the opportunity to work with him.
To Desley, Tammie, Patrick and families, my deep and sincere condolences at this sad time. I will always miss my cousin and life long mate with whom I have shared so many treasured and memorable times, some only known to us. Keith, your passing has already left an enormous gap in all our lives. See you in another time. Love, KenJuly 8, 2020
Dear Desley, Tammie, Patrick and families, our thoughts and love are with you all at this time. Our families have shared happy times and those we will always treasure. Your journey has been such a challenging one over the past 8 years. However Keith was fortunate to be surrounded by such wonderful support and love from you all. He also had the joy of sharing in the early lives of his Grandchildren which they will have to treasure. Much love from Ken, Dee, Simone,Sean,Aaron, Naomi and AlexanderJuly 8, 2020
Dear Desley and family,July 8, 2020
So sorry to hear of Keith’s passing, he was such a gentleman and highly respected at Sunraysia Horticulture Centre, I enjoyed having many chats with Keith about anything.
My condolences to the Leamon family. As one of those that worked closely with Keith I just wanted to pass on what a wonderful mentor, manager, leader, thinker and kind person that your husband, father and grandfather was to work with. There are not many parts of Agriculture in the Robinvale and Sunraysia region that don’t owe something to the work of the wonderful man that came from “The Paris end of Red Cliffs”.July 8, 2020
Doug and I would like you to know we are thinking of you at this sad time. Carolyn and DougJuly 8, 2020
Our thoughts are with you Desley and family on the sad passing of Keith,July 8, 2020
Lee & Steve Fitzpatrick
So glad I could watch the lovely service for Uncle Keith filled with happy stories, prayers, songs & photos. I will always remember him fondly and know he will live on through our family xxJuly 8, 2020
We are very sorry to hear of Keith’s passing.. our thoughts and love are with you all.July 8, 2020
Dear Desley, Tammie, Patrick, Michael, Cam and families, our warm and heartfelt thoughts to you all at this time.July 8, 2020
We were privileged to view the ceremony and gained amazing insight to a life well lived.
A quality man on every level.
Savour and hold your memories for comfort and support.
Love Cathy and Paul
Desley, Tammie, Patrick and families.July 8, 2020
Keith’s contribution to agriculture and leadership in extension was integral to the changes which resulted in the success of the table grape industry.
One of the quiet achievers, terrific to work with, highly respected by work mates. A great career and friend. Sorely missed. Greg Buchanan
Sincere condolences to Desley, Tammie, Patrick and families. Jennifer
My memories of Mildura will always contain the Leamon houseboat (and the speedboat) which were Mr Leamon’s pride and joy. After the long trip up from Melbourne (often in Tammie’s Daihatsu Charade), we were itching to get out on the water and putt up and down the river with a steady supply of Mildura’s best fruit and other produce.
Mr Leamon would give us our instructions and then dock us for the night and take the speedboat back to Redcliffs and return the next day for the next installment of donut/board/ski hilarities. He was VERY patient with us!
In later years and in spite of living overseas, we still managed trips up to Mildura. I remember well that the last time I saw Mr Leamon was at the local farmers market – he was quieter but still him.
My love to Tammie and all the Leamon/Hahn family.July 8, 2020
Desley, Tammie, Patrick and families,July 9, 2020
Sorry to hear of Keith’s passing, a true gentleman. I have many memories of our days at Secondary School and also at College.
Thinking of you all at this time, Robert and Cherie Wolfe.