MORLEY Keith Sydney
January 3 1944 - May 27th 2022
It is with extreme sorrow we announce the sudden passing of our beloved Father, Grandfather & Uncle Keith Morley in his 79th year. Keith left our presence and entered into eternal rest on Friday afternoon May 27th 2022, at his home in Ennismore.
Keith leaves behind his 4 children Sean Morley, Cameron Morley, Rhonda Causton (Paul) and Allana Garofalo (Santo) & his 8 grandchildren Tyler (Alexandra), Mitchell, Courtney, Emma, Celina, Sophia, Cameron Jr. & JoJo. A loving devoted husband to the late Lynne. Keith will be deeply missed by his little brother Craig, little sister Ellen & the late big brother John (Eileen) and by his many nieces & nephews, and extended family. Keith was an amazing father who always managed to balance his life with work & quality family time. He was always supportive of his children’s endeavours and never short of words of encouragement, praise, life advice and good humour! If you were told you were a “yard bird” you were deemed witty and able to reciprocate Keith’s brutally dry sense of humour. Keith graduated from Appleby College, was an air cadet and worked as an aircraft ground support technician, motocross, moto GP, tunnel hull, diesel truck and coach tech, auto tech and was also a very talented machinist! He fabricated parts for many things! It wasn’t long before Keith became an entrepreneur putting his skill and talent at best. Keith continued to work hard until the day he left us. He also loved racing! Anything with a motor! In his early years Keith raced stock cars. He was pit crew and mechanic for his sons, when they raced motor cross for several years. He later moved on to tunnel hall boats making a champion boat racer, with his son Cameron, sharing a mutual enthusiasm for speed. Keith also had a passion for Formula 1 racing and motto GP, he would never give up an opportunity to watch a live Formula 1, and have you updated in real time. Keith was also an avid motorcyclist himself, having owned a few motorcycles over his lifetime. His current prize possession was his Triumph motorcycle that he kept meticulous and rode freely in his leisure. He was able to experience miles of travel on motor bikes in the Valley of Sun Arizona, with his son Sean. Keith’s warm calm presence was the power of comfort. His comfort embodied the man he truly was. His tenacity, dedication & desire to be the very best you can possibly be, will continue to live through the lives of many loved ones.
In keeping with Keith’s wishes, cremation has taken place. A celebration of Keith’s life will be held at a later date. Online condolences may be made by visiting www.highlandparkfuneralcentre.com.
~ Until we meet again, your memories will live forever ~