Helper of handicapped children
MR. PETER KEEVNEY, secretary of the Handicapped Children's Pilgrimage Trust since its inception over ten years ago,
died in Chester Hospital cm Sunday, as the result of an embolkrn following a car accident.
With Dr. Michael Strode, he was co-founder of the Trust which started with rout, and this year took over 300 children on the annual Easter pilgrimage to Lourdes. He was welfare officer at Deva Hospital, Chester.
A convert and a bachelor, he was tireless in his quest to raise funds for the Trust. He, himself, was a Group Leader on the annual pilgrimage, taking charge of ten children.
,4 colleague writes: His unbounded enthusiasm, good humour and kindness will he sadly missed. His attitude to life can be summed up in the words with e hich he ended all his letters and conversations "Looking fore lade, Fr. C. E. Cunningham, I.C.
Fr. Charles E. Cunnfrigham, 1.C, who was at Si. Mary and St. Andrew Parish, Dollis 1E11, for ihe past eight years, died last week weed 71. Nur; misty he d d par-Rh work a; NCIvPlir.'. Mon.. Bs di on-Sea, APcinnrX, S Icny, Barrow and S'p:on.