Keith Dennison It is with great sadness that the family of Keith Dennison announces his passing on January 4, 2017. Keith passed away peacefully with his family by his side. Keith was born July 26, 1955, in Stronsay, Orkney Islands Scotland, the third of four children to John and Pat Dennison. Keith was predeceased by his father John and his mother Pat. He is survived by his loving wife Vicky: Step children Trisha Elliott, Wesley (Kaela) Elliott. Grandchildren: Hallea and Damon Elliott. His brothers Magnus (Maureen) Dennison, Roy (Moira) Dennison and sister Jacqueline Dennison. Keith moved to Canada from Scotland when he was 19 years old. His first choice was to move to the Arctic where he worked for the Hudson's Bay Company and interestingly was the last Orcadian to be hired by them. Keith lived and worked in the Arctic for 30 years and he loved telling stories of his life and the adventures he experienced. After leaving the Arctic Keith moved to several Canadian cities and in 2003 Keith decided to move to Prince George where he eventually met and married the love of his life Vicky in 2007. Keith enjoyed working at AimHi as the Human Resources Director prior to his retirement in June 2016. Keith will be remembered by many people in the local arts community and the many boards that he was involved in such as the Chamber of Commerce, the Immigrant & Multicultural Services Society and the Human Resources Management Association. His love of music fostered his involvement with the Cantata Singers and the Celtic Club. Through all his endeavors he developed many lifelong friendships. The family would like to give thanks to all his caregivers for their support and especially the devoted care provided by the Prince George Hospice Society. In lieu of flowers donations to the Prince George Hospice Society would be appreciated. Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, January 14, 2017 at 2:00pm at St Giles Presbyterian Church located at 1500 Edmonton Street, Prince George. Reception to follow at the Twisted Cork 1157 5th Avenue, Prince George from 4:00pm - 7:00pm please drop in to celebrate and toast the love we all have for Keith.
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