In memory of Max Keith

By Family & Friends

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Together we will keep their star shining bright

Hello friends & family,

I am sharing this page with you as someone I love and care about deeply has been affected by blood cancer.

I want to honour their memory by lighting the way for future Australians affected by blood cancer by supporting the work of the Leukaemia Foundation. And I want a future where no lives are lost to blood cancer.

A donation in memory of our loved one means their legacy will have a lasting impact for years to come.

Their life will continue to help all Australians with blood cancer access the best treatments, care and support they need to survive, and thrive no matter their background or where they live. Their legacy will power ground-breaking research meaning fewer families will be going through what we are in the future.

Please help me honour their legacy by using the 'Donate' button. The more people who know about the Leukaemia Foundation's work, the greater their impact, so please spread the word by sharing my page with your friends, family and colleagues.

Thank you in advance for your generosity. You will be giving an incredible gift of hope.

Thank you for your kind support


Sandra Keith

In loving memory


Friends & Family

Money kindly donated in lieu of flowers from friends and family at funeral


Sarah Keith

In loving memory of my Pa, I miss you x


Merridee Baxter


Stuart Keith


Melanie & Alexa

Sad to have lost you, but relieved you’re at peace Uncle Max, Mel & Alexa x


Naomi Lambert

Thoughts with the Keith family x


Cwa Taralga


Lynn Nightingale

I hope Max bumps into my Dad up there, was taken by the same thing. Sending love and hugs xxx






Wendy Murphy


Andrew Blake - Dyke


Peter D

We've lost a legend!


Judy & Jeff



Moira And Colin Sharp

Condolences to Sandra and the Keith families - rest easy Max.


Andrew Moore

A valued friend who will be greatly missed


Rhonda And Tom


Taralga Rural


James Robertson


John & Renae Keith


Gabriele Keith


Louise Blair