Keith Ludlow Fernandes

San Lorenzo, California

1961 - 2013

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Keith's Memorial ride 10/26/2014

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Yesterday 11/16 was your Celebration Of Life, it was held at The Englander in San Leandro, the place was packed. It was a wonderful celebration of you and your life Keith, family, friends and lots of love in the room. I wish that we had all come together to celebrate your winning the battle over cancer instead of a "memorial", you would have so enjoyed the day. Seeing all these wonderful people made me realize just how many people you touched in your short life. I miss you, am so...

Keith, I know how pleased you were to see how many wonderful friends came today to celebrate you. What a tribute to who you were and the kind of friend you were too. I love you bro and miss you so much. Life Is harder without you.

So glad we had many years living in the same court, chatting and playing ball with the dogs. You and Mike talking Harleys together. Now you can ride together in the Heavens. RIP

Keith, I saw you grow up into a wonderful son and brother and take such good care of your dad for so many years. You were strong until the end and your family and friends will always remember what a great guy you were.Love, Marilyne Dias

Keith, my brother, I do miss you and seeing standing by your open garage with your babies. To all the family, my thoughts and prayers are with you always...

Keith. You're strength and courage will always live in my memory. Rest in peace brother
Christopher DIas

I remember meeting Keith during my first trip from Portugal to California. He was certainly a passionate bike rider, and so is Leslie. It is heartbreaking to see all that Keith has dealt with throughout these last few years. He was definitely a fighter! He'll certainly be missed by family and friends. I wanted to wish all the best to the Fernandes family.


Keith's Obituary

Keith Ludlow FernandesJuly 17, 1961-Oct. 25, 2013Resident of San LorenzoKeith passed away on October 25th surrounded by his family and friends after bravely facing a battle with cancer. He was a native of San Lorenzo and a graduate of Arroyo High School. He was an avid Harley-Davidson enthusiast...

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