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Buzzard and played an active part in the social life of the town, including as a member of the local U3A (University of the Third Age) group. During this time he gave regular talks to school children at the Imperial War Museum, in London, recounting his experiences as a wartime evacuee. He loved traditional jazz and was a devotee of ballroom dancing. He was very sociable, and his many friends will miss him greatly.

Ken is survived by his wife Brenda, whom he married in 1952, and his daughter Cherrill Theobald and son Matthew.



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