Not a day has gone by since Keith Titmuss was laid to rest that his family haven’t visited his grave. Some days they go twice. And if you happened to drive past Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Leppington on February 12, you would have seen dozens around a barbecue celebrating his 21st birthday.
“It’s our happy place,” Keith’s mother, Lafo, says, bearing a smile to mask the pain. “Zara [Keith’s 13-year-old sister] doesn’t feel like her day will end properly unless she goes and sees her brother.
“She doesn’t say much. She just likes to say, ‘Hi Keith, I love you Keith, goodnight Keith, see you tomorrow’.”
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