Stephen Cunningham (Chairman) is an IT Service Manager. He became a trustee in April 2010 and succeeded Ian Barney as Chairman soon after. He and Stuart were friends for more than 30 years. “I’m incredibly proud to be involved and honoured to be the Chairman and look forward to the challenges ahead.”
Warren Keeys was a close friend of Stuart’s for over 30 years, since meeting him at the school football team. Warren has worked in advertising for over 20 years, in both the USA and the UK. At present he works for a Shoreditch design agency. Football is still one of Warren’s passions, along with gardening and art.
Dorothy Feakins is Stuart’s mother. Her adult life began as a secretary way back in the dark ages when shorthand and the Imperial Typewriter were used in business! She married Norman in 1959 and Andrew and Stuart arrived in 1964 and 1966 respectively. She has always enjoyed theatre and was a member and a player at the Eltham Little Theatre and later The Brentwood Festival Players. At 40 she began teaching speech and drama. On retirement she began work in films and TV. She enjoys yoga, walking, gardening, reading and recently dabbling in art. “I am honoured to be one of the Trustees of The Stuart Feakins Trust and all the family would like me to express their gratitude for all the hard work of the committee, colleagues and friends for keeping Stuart’s memory alive”.
Peter Stimson is MD of Core Logic Solutions, a data and software company and has worked in a Financial Services environment for the last 20 years. Peter knew Stuart from the age of 8, attending the same primary schools and playing in the same football teams. Peter says ” I’m very pleased to work for the trust trying to continue the good work that Stuart was involved with”.