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The San Pedro Sun is saddened by the news of Keith Swift, reporter for Channel 7 News' death today.


Through all our work ventures, Swift had been a good colleague and friend to The San Pedro Sun. We are deeply and profoundly saddened by his passing.

Our most sincere condolences to his family, friends and all who knew home. He will honestly and truly be missed.

Swift, who is the son of the former Contractor General of Belize, worked his entire career at Channel 7 News.
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#374127 - 04/21/10 02:24 PM Re: Keith Swift [Re: Marty]
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Keith's Contribution

3,685 – that’s how many entries you’ll get if you enter the name Keith Swift in Channel 7’s online archives. That means he did reports on that number of stories in between 2004 and 2010.

And those are just the stories he did interviews in, if you count the number he wrote the stories for, it would be twice that.

And if you add in the stories he did between 1998 and 2001 – it would be two and half times that – like in the range of eight thousand stories.

Indeed, it is a body of work whose sheer volume far surpasses any other active journalist in Belize.

And while his productivity was immense – when it comes to Keith Swift’s legacy, that doesn’t even begin to tell the story. It is a story that begins always with a question – even those questions you didn’t like – because Keith was always trying to discover the essential truth of a story – the bottom line that made the headline.

In the process, he developed a style that was singular, and a style that tens of thousands of Belizeans across the country became familiar with and grew to love.

And his biggest fan was his boss, Jules Vasquez - who tonight offers a reminiscence on his star reporter, the man he calls most gifted with a pen and a microphone:...

Jules Vasquez
”When Keith first came to Channel 7, he was a teenager – just a boy, really – but what ambition he had, what fearlessness. Here’s an out-take from one of his first stand-up’s in 1999:”

Keith Swift
”5-4-3-2-1. It was 6 days before Christmas. And you still no see the Christmas. Ok, ok. 5-4-3-2-1. 5-4-… You got me? 5-4-3-2-1.”

And even in the mis-takes and the mis-cues of the early days, there he was the ambition, the boy who became a man right before us, fearless, hard-nosed, committed...Here he was defining the art of the tough, relentless interview with Francis Fonseca:

Keith Swift, (June 20, 2007)
“What is the Universal’s obligation to the Belize Bank? Is it 33.5 million belize dollars or 33.5 million us dollars.”

Francis Fonseca, Former Minister of Government
“Belize dollars but that is matter before the courts, Keith, so please. ”

Keith Swift,
“The settlement deed you signed in March, it said US dollars. Did you sign it without reading it or did you sign it knowing that it had US dollars? ”

Francis Fonseca, Former Minister of Government
“It’s a matter before the court. I won’t speak on it as the Attorney General. It’s a matter before the court but it’s Belize dollars. ”

Keith Swift,
“You signed it saying US dollars. ”

Francis Fonseca, Former Minister of Government
“No, no. I’m saying to you its Belize dollars. I don’t know what you are talking about. ”

Keith Swift,
“The settlement deed that was signed in March by yourself and the Prime Minister, it said US 33.5 million dollars. The loan note says 33.5 million Belize dollars but the settlement deed that you signed in March had US 33.5 million dollars. ”

Francis Fonseca, Former Minister of Government
“I don’t know what you are talking about or what you saw. I am saying to you it is Belize dollars. Final. End of story.”

Whether you were a viewer or like myself his, news director, you knew you could depend on him: Keith always brought the story.

And his range was unmatched, he would report on the day’s murder in the morning – and by the afternoon, he’d be reporting on a school’s beauty pageant – and whatever it was Keith always entertained us – he was a master at finding the essential truth of a story, the humanity even in an abyss of despair,

Keith Swift,
”Why did you decide, I mean what prompted the decision that you know what, I wehn fill up my lee place and I wehn come ya and come scavenge?”

Man scavenging at garbage dumpsite,
”Well because like I said the city is rough and I don’t wanna go to jail. ”

Keith Swift,
”We found most of Gales Point 400 villagers here at the Government School awaiting basic food supplies such as rice and beans. There are reportedly 59 villagers staying at the community center. So the number one problem here in Gales Point isn’t food because that has trickled in. the problem is that most residents have nowhere to stay. ”

And fearless as he was, he could also find the center of the fury in a whirlwind of chaos.

For years, I marveled at his craft, his ability to write stories so succinctly, with such zip, such elegant simplicity – he was a master of his profession at the height of his powers.

But what I admired most about Keith was his surrendering to a story – his willingness to let the story take him where it would – to play up the beautiful foolishness of things:

Keith Swift,
”And here’s another great gift. A bucket. You might not know it yet, but next year, BWSL will take government to court to demand their full 33% increase in water rates. Sot that means chances are you might be paying 17% more for water next year, which brings us to this – a bucket. Since you might not be able to afford running water in your house, you might have to go to a standpipe for it. And what could be better than this? A big green bucket. And given the current condition of standpipes around the city from experience, we suggest you throw in pliers with the gift of that bucket. Or how about this? Sure, it looks like a cookie pan but if you bore a hole in it, you could start your own social security fund. And you know your money will be much safer in here than it will be with those folks in Belmopan. And for that real social security feel, you could replace this face of Santa, with the face of Narda.“

He was the absolute best at what he did, fearless and peerless, an icon in our midst, part of every television family all across Belize, and an irreplaceable part of ours.....

That’s just the first in a series as all this week, we’ll be mining Keith’s vast body of work to bring up for the countless gems that are in there.

Channel 7


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#374128 - 04/21/10 02:26 PM Re: Keith Swift [Re: Marty]
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7news reporter, Keith Swift was found dead in his Lizarraga Avenue home 24 hours ago. The thirty year old was found at ten minutes past five on Monday, April 19 by his room-mate Mark Bowman.

A post mortem which was concluded late this afternoon confirmed that he died early on Monday morning of heart failure, which was caused by a brain hemorrhage which sent blood clots coursing down to his heart, clogging it, and forcing a heart failure.

What caused the brain hemorrhage? Police Forensic Pathologist Mario Estradabran said it could have been caused by the ingestion of energy drinks possibly mixed with pain killers. We stress though that Estradaban made it clear that is only a theory and toxicology tests will be performed to come up with a more conclusive finding. Those could take weeks, possibly months to finish, and even so, they might not be definitive.

After the post mortem 7news director Jules Vasquez discussed the findings and what’s next in terms of funeral arrangements and other matters.

Jules Vasquez
“The post mortem found that he died from a cerebral hemorhage which caused blood clots to go coursing down into his heart and it went into the right side of his heart and it basically clogged up his heart. He died of heart failure. He died they believe instantaneously, early in the morning. They don’t know what caused the cerebral hemorrhage. They’ll have to do a toxicology analysis and that will hopefully, hopefully not certainly, give us greater insight. It’s important that we stress that there are no signs, absolutely no signs, of any deliberate act. It was not suicide as some have speculated, as some have alluded to. There is no such thing and its important now that …well he is everybody’s family…as a leading TV personality. He is everyone’s family. For us, the priority is his immediate family. He has 7 siblings. His mother is there in Belmopan. So our priority now is to try to support them, help them in whatever way we can. He had 13 nieces and nephews as well.”

Jim McFadzean,
“The station has been receiving inquiries as to funeral arrangements. What’s the update on that?”

Jules Vasquez,
“The family has to make a final decision, but they are 100% certain that it will be held in Belmopan. It will be held in Belmopan most likely later this week. During the week at most likely St. Ann’s Anglican Church but again these decisions are not final. It is the family’s decision. We are just here to support them and inform our viewers. I know everyone wants to show them love. We will be opening up a special portal on our website which you can find at www.7newsbelize.com at which you can post your thoughts, your remembrances. Anything you want to say about your memory of Keith Swift you can post it there and we will be tracking that in the news as well.”

Funeral arrangements will be announced later but his funeral will most certainly be held in Belmopan which is where Keith and his 7 siblings were raised with their mother Greta Mossiah.

As we’ve reported, Keith Swift worked at 7news from 1998 to 2010 – taking a two year study break between 2001 and 2003.

Later on in the news, Jules Vasquez will have a personal remembrance and we’ll look back at some of Keith’s earlier years.

Channel 7

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#374173 - 04/21/10 08:49 PM Re: Keith Swift [Re: Marty]
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#374266 - 04/22/10 02:30 PM Re: Keith Swift [Re: JZB]
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Keith’s Funeral Arrangements Finalized

Just say the name Keith Swift anywhere across Belize this week and people will know what you’re talking about – the untimely death of the 7news star reporter.

For us, most of the questioning has been about his funeral. Tonight we can confirm that it will be held on Friday at 10:00 am at the St. Ann’s Anglican Church in Belmopan. The body will be received at 9:00 a.m. He is survived by his mother Greta Althea Mossiah nee Goldson, and his father Robert C. Swift as well as 7 siblings. Keith was the youngest; he was born in Belmopan in November of 1979.

He died at his home in Belize City on Lizarraga Avenue early on Friday morning from a cerebral hemorrhage – basically bleeding in the brain. Police Forensic Pathologist Mario Estradabran reports that he had not ingested anything close to the time of his death as only an orange-yellow liquid was found in his stomach. Estradabran said the cause of the hemorrhage which led to heart failure is unexplained – but it could not have been a deliberate act. Estradabran said for a more conclusive finding we’ll have to wait on toxicology tests which may provide some answers.

Later on in the news, we’ll have more Keith Swift highlights as we look back at his prolific career.

Channel 7


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#374271 - 04/22/10 02:35 PM Re: Keith Swift [Re: Marty]
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At 7newsbelize.com we’ve received hundreds of comments from fans, friends and followers of Keith Swift. Indeed, he was one of the most well-known media personalities in all of Belize. And that was because of his open, engaging style. Keith was willing to try anything and especially to eating anything – that’s what he particularly liked!

And he was also well known in media circles for his stand-ups. Here at 7news we used to like calling him the king of the stand-up – that’s the part where the reporter talks directly to the camera. And no one did it quite like Keith; his style was singular.

We put together some of those idiosyncratic moments and present them tonight in our continued look back at his vast and diverse body of work:...

(Video footage from 7news archives)

And keep the comments coming to 7newsbelize.com.

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#374273 - 04/22/10 02:45 PM Re: Keith Swift [Re: Marty]
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Cause of death of nationally known reporter unknown

Belizeans are shocked tonight following the sudden death of Tropical Vision Limited (Channel 7) reporter Keith Kevin Swift, 30.

Details are sketchy at this time, but Swift’s body was discovered at his Lizarraga Avenue home this evening around 5:15.

According to reliable reports to Amandala, Swift did not report to work this morning. We understand that he had severe arthritis pain and was taking medication for it.

According to colleague and Channel 7 anchor Indira Craig, the body was discovered by roommate Mark Bowman on the floor of Keith’s bedroom, apparently “visibly lifeless,” and with a substance said to be foam coming from his mouth.

           

Police are treating the case as sudden death and until an autopsy has been conducted, the cause of death is undetermined, though preliminary indications are that foul play has been ruled out.

A resident of the area who knew Keith told Amandala tonight at the scene that for some days now, the newsman appeared to be suffering bouts of depression.

Craig refuted early reports that her colleague’s death may have been the result of suicide, stating that until the autopsy results are complete, what killed Keith is unknown.

Residents of Lizarraga Avenue lined the streets around 7:20 this evening as the body was brought out by police and taken away in a police pickup to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital just around the corner.

Also present were several of Keith’s many media colleagues, from the Guardian and Reporter newspapers and their competitor, Great Belize Television (Channel 5), in addition to Kremandala.

Swift, working at Channel 7 for 12 years, had won at least one regional news award for his news coverage. He was also briefly a former news editor at KREM Radio.

  

Channel 7’s news director and Keith’s boss, Jules Vasquez, told Amandala tonight that when Keith, who is normally in at work by 9:00 to 9:30 every morning and never missed more than ten days of work in over a decade of reporting, did not show up today and failed to call or text in, he actually thought nothing of it, given what he knew of Keith’s medical condition.

But after he was called by Indira this evening after the discovery of the body, and as he dispatched Keith’s long-time right-hand man, cameraman Chester “Cody” Noralez, to the scene to join Indira, he told us, he kept “hoping against hope” that Bowman was wrong, that maybe Keith was dehydrated, or had just fainted.

That it is otherwise, said Jules, leaves a loss that is “indescribable, inexpressible… after 12 years, Keith was our rock. He was like family, actual family.”

As his employer, Jules stated matter-of-factly that “there is no reporter who has put in more time, more minutes on television, more stories – maybe because no one has been working as long – but no one has put in more than Keith. In terms of reliability, meeting deadlines, he was a rock. As news director, I knew what I would get from Keith’s stories.

And in addition to his reputation – Jules claims than 90% of the time more people recognized Keith than him when they were out on the street – Keith was one of the first young black men in the local media industry, and as such became a role model and household name.

Funeral arrangements have not yet been made, but Channel 7 will put together a retrospective of Swift’s major stories, to, as Jules told us, “put him in context.”

Needless to say, our condolences go out tonight to Keith Swift’s family, and Jules and the entire Channel 7 team.

 

May he rest in peace.

Amandala

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#374475 - 04/24/10 02:40 PM Re: Keith Swift [Re: Marty]
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Keith Swift – Farewell to an Icon

Our colleague Keith Swift who died unexpectedly of a brain hemorrhage at his home on Monday morning was buried today at St. Ann’s Anglican Church in his home city of Belmopan. It was a most difficult day for the close-knit 7news team and the family, friends and fans of Keith. The 30-year-old had carved out his own singular niche since he started working here at 7news in 1998. He will be sadly missed in our newsroom and on television sets across the country where Keith Swift was a household name and a legitimate media personality. And while funerals are never happy affairs – and this one was no different -- today Swift had a send off worthy of someone who’d touched so many lives. Here are a few clips of his funeral service and burial:

Indira Craig, Anchor, Channel 7,
“With his friends, Keith was always laughing and loved a good, harmless tease; he was such a funny guy, with a completely off, random sense of humour. And, don't ask how much he loved a good shush.".

“Keith would greet almost everyone with his disarming style, big-timing them. Whenever he met anyone familiar, he almost announced them, making the person's name sound like a brand name, I can hear him now: "Craig...!"

“To speak of Keith personally is not so easy; it cannot be done summarily. Those who love and lived with him may never be able to reconcile the basic paradox of Keith--that the man who surpassed all in front of the camera shared so little about himself when the microphone was turned off. Imagine, a purveyor of stories and yet a guarder of his own.”

“When he did open up we saw his sensitivity, his vulnerability and that he sought solace in our support.... these are, after all, the normal human frailties - just that when you're living most of your life on TV, the cuts can be a little close to the bone.”

“But, he rose above it every time, and used it as fuel to make him that much more determined to succeed and exceed; Keith worked like he had something to prove, in the end he was so relentless, he never gave us a choice, we all had to love him; Keith delivered: he was the most prolific, the most worthy and the most humble with a microphone and a camera.”

“Not much more needs to be said for Keith Swift, Channel 7 Star Reporter, that he did not say for himself--every night, in our living rooms or online, from the flood ravaged south to the frontlines of civil unrest, from back a town, to Houston. The awards will forever tell the story of Keith's love for journalism, his passion for unearthing and telling the story that hasn't been told.”

“Indeed, each of us is here today because each has at least one memory of Keith--one personal story not televised or broadcast nationwide - maybe a moment before an interview when he tilted his head in that slightly side-wards way - to say, "It's all-right; I feel you" - without having to say a word. And, after all, that's what it is, the human connection he made with those he interviewed and those who watched.”

“He did what he did. Exceptionally. And that's all many of us will ever know about him. It's easy to canonize those we love in death, but we must remember, their humanity is what we shared and what in essence, we loved. And that's what we found in Keith, his lack of pretense, his human-ness.”

Alfonso Noble, Editor, The Guardian,
“We used to go into the field and Jules would tell myself and Keith, ‘Boys, go out there and bring home the bacon. With Keith, he didn’t only bring home the bacon. He brought the pig. We would often go into the field, every and anywhere. We went in riots. We went in sewer-infested water behind Jane Usher Blvd and, oftentimes I would tell Keith -- I was a cameraman at the time – and oftentimes, I would tell Keith, ‘Man, Keith, you have to do this.’ And it was so simple to guide him, because we were all naïve at the time, and we could have Keith do just about anything. We used to tell Keith, ‘Keith, roll up you pants and walk eena di watah deh, man. Ih weh gat wahn nice effect and dat da weh people wahn see. People wahn see you di walk eena dah watah.’ And Keith woulda roll it up, do it 15, 20, 30 times. You asked him to do it and he would do it.”

Marion Ali, Reporter, Channel 5,
“I will certainly miss Keith. I got on his nerves. He got on mine. It was just the nature of the competition. But it was never anything personal. I will certainly miss his face out there. Cuz there will not be a Keith pushing me again to do my best.”

Kanie Manuel, Reporter, San Pedro Sun,
“It’s just (sighs)… I cannot (sighs)… he was a great friend. Professionally, nobody can compare and, honestly, more than a media companion. I feel that I have lost a friend.”

Mose Hyde, KREMANDALA,
“Keith worked with us for about a month. We never had a conversation. Keith and I met I would say a thousand times, various functions, we never had a conversation. When I say we never had a conversation, I mean we never said, ‘What’s up?’ It was kind of strange. At times I thought about it. I have a couple theories. Either Indira tell ah sumting bout me or Jules. I think many other people have said he was very underrated. And maybe I was affected by the fact that he didn’t have any conversation with me. I kind of underrated him myself. All that changed when we came together to do the election coverage. Every single time that young brother went out he came back in with something with meat on it. Every single time. He wasn’t loud. He wasn’t [a] chest-beater. He didn’t come back with it in his hand looking like, “Ha-ha, look what I brought.” But every time he came in, he brought it.”

The burial finished at just a few minutes past noon. And while those are a few clips of the event, on Sunday on Channel 7, we’ll show you a more extended version of the funeral service.

Channel 7

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#375068 - 04/30/10 02:44 PM Re: Keith Swift [Re: Marty]
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Eulogy for Keith Kevin Swift

Delivered by Indira CraigKeith Swift

Keith Kevin Swift was born on November 30, 1979, to Greta Mossiah nee Goldson and Robert Swift. He was the youngest of eight siblings, and a shy, sometimes withdrawn child. His siblings recall him usually on the sidelines, watching - and would always make sure to report back to mom about who did what (his sister Lynette called it snitching, but we in the media would call it journalism training). But this quiet mommy's boy was also determined: whenever he had a vision or a goal that he wanted to accomplish, he went after it with vigor and tenacity - traits which would come to define his professional pursuits later in life.

He started his formal schooling at Belmopan Community Preschool, Belmopan Infant and Junior Schools. He then went on to the Belmopan Comprehensive School where he obtained a Diploma in Academic Studies. Keith would always boast about his Belmopan credentials, that he was a central site boy, though he did leave the Garden City to attend St. John’s Junior College.

After he received a degree in General Studies, he made Belize City his home and ventured into the field of Journalism. As an intern with the Broadcasting Corporation of Belize in 1997, he distinguished himself as a prodigiously talented, instinctually gifted writer and a ferocious pursuer of the story. His first boss, Karla Heusner Wiles, recalls that within the first week at the BCB, she asked him to go get some street interviews--we call them vox pops--and she says that Keith returned in one hour with 40 interviews!

When the BCB was dismantled in late 1998 - and all the professionals there had to find work elsewhere - each media house was encouraged to take in a few of the staffers. Based on the hearty and un-reserved recommendation of his former news director, Keith was picked up by Channel 7. We were told that he was a writing machine. Karla marveled that he could write the same story five different ways - each of them uniquely engaging - for her five daily newscasts. And lucky that she did give such a glowing recommendation, because Keith never had much to say for himself.

Still, Jules Vasquez took her word and decided to recruit the skinny kid from Belmopan who didn't say much. But like we say: breeze blow pilikin right weh ih wahn goh...And that was Keith. What Jules didn't know was that in about 1992 - while working on KREM Radio, Keith Swift then just a primary schooler but already with a deep desire to be in the media started sending me what were the cutest fan mail letters, via post, as a listener in Belmopan....who was not one bit shy about his affection for me and his plan to have me come to Belmopan and show the whole school who his personal radio buddy was...

So imagine my surprise when I met him for the first time as this shy, unremarkable new recruit to the 7 News team; the same little boy who so many years earlier wrote me those unforgettable fan mails. It was the first insight I had into the contrast between the bold public persona and the private reticence that would define Keith entirely as an adult...And as our friendship grew, so did my tremendous admiration for his craft, respect for his amazing talent and love for him as a dear friend and brother. Little did he know that positions would change and that I would be his biggest fan.

At Channel 7, his writing chops were immediately apparent, and as Keith came into the fore with two other young reporters--Dawn Sampson and Alfonso Noble--they both acknowledged his uncanny, unmatched speed at putting a story together and his ability to expertly navigate through any piece of writing. He never had writer's block.

And while he started out writing, his ambition was to be on camera. Keith shadowed the background, silently watching his on-air colleagues, knowing that what they were doing, he could do. At 19, at the start of his on air career, no one would have thought then that he would end up doing it better and for longer.

From very early on, Keith defined for himself a style that was playful, but engaged and always open to what the story gave him; always able to surrender to where the story took him.

In 2001, after a brief stint as News Director at KREM and a return to 7 News where he made a name for himself as mostly a features reporter, that yearning for the story led him to Florida International University.

After a little over two years at FIU where he studied international relations, Keith came home. He returned to Channel 7 where he quickly re-established himself with a new, more assertive style. No longer the shy school boy, a 23-year-old Keith faced challenges with a man's mettle. He became a master at turning news into "stories", weaving tight and tidy narratives, looking always for the hottest news, protecting any scoop - ask his colleagues at Channel 5 about that. But to those with whom he was not in direct competition, he was brotherly, mentoring and always helpful, almost to a fault.

With his friends, Keith was always laughing and loved a good, harmless tease; he was such a funny guy, with a completely off, random sense of humour. And, don't ask how much he loved a good shoosh....".

Keith would greet almost everyone with his disarming style, big-timing them. Whenever he met anyone familiar, he almost announced them, making the person's name sound like a brand name, I can hear him now: "Craig...!"
To speak of Keith personally is not so easy; it cannot be done summarily. Those who love and lived with him may never be able to reconcile the basic paradox of Keith--that the man who surpassed all in front of the camera shared so little about himself when the microphone was turned off.

Imagine, a purveyor of stories and yet a guarder of his own....

When he did open up, we saw his sensitivity, his vulnerability and that he sought solace in our support.... these are, after all, the normal human frailties - just that when you're living most of your life on TV, the cuts can be a little close to the bone...

But, he rose above it every time and used it as fuel to make him that much more determined to succeed and exceed; Keith worked like he had something to prove; in the end, he was so relentless, he never gave us a choice, we all had to love him; Keith delivered: he was the most prolific, the most worthy and the most humble with a microphone and a camera.....

Not much more needs to be said for Keith Swift, Channel 7 Star Reporter that he did not say for himself--every night, in our living rooms or online, from the flood ravaged south to the frontlines of civil unrest, from back a town, to Houston. The awards will forever tell the story of Keith's love for journalism, his passion for unearthing and telling the story that hasn't been told....

Indeed, each of us is here today because each has at least one memory of Keith--one personal story not televised or broadcast nationwide - maybe a moment before an interview when he tilted his head in that slightly side-wards way - to say, "It's all-right; I feel you" - without having to say a word. And, after all, that's what it is, the human connection he made with those he interviewed and those who watched.

He did what he did; exceptionally. And that's all many of us will ever know about him. It's easy to canonize those we love in death, but we must remember, their humanity is what we shared and what in essence, we loved. And that's what we found in Keith, his lack of pretense, his human-ness.

I end with a quote from William Penn, his poem, "Some Fruits of Solitude".

"And this is the Comfort of the Good,
that the Grave cannot hold them,
and that they live as soon as they die.
For Death is no more
than a turning of us over from time to eternity.
Death, then, being the way and condition of life,
we cannot love to live,
if we cannot bear to die.

They that love beyond the World, cannot be separated by it.
Death cannot kill what never dies."

The Guardian

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#379008 - 06/03/10 06:26 PM Re: Keith Swift [Re: Marty]
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Wow! frown Having just have read this, I am in shock and deeply saddened for his family and roomate, Mark Bowman, who is a close personal friend of mine. frown

Very sad.

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