Keith Ketchum - Mission Aviation Fellowship 

MAFKeith Ketchum is the Maintenance Training Coordinator for Mission Aviation Fellowship (International), who provide light aircraft transport for missions in remote areas of the Africa and Asia-Pacific regions. Keith has been a pilot and engineer in various countries and now develops online training modules for MAF engineers around the world.

Keith was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, and Rosie is a local Cheam girl. They met in Ethiopia where Rosie was teaching at a mission school in Addis Ababa and Keith arrived to help with MAF's famine relief effort in 1984. After getting married and completing further missionary studies, the Ketchums served in a number of African countries including: Ethiopia, the Sudan, Angola, Namibia, Somalia and Kenya.
In 2006 they moved back to Cheam and attended St Paul's. In 2018 they moved to Vancouver, from where Keith continues his work.   

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