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Jack Keating

In 1987 Jack Keating moved from his birthplace of Sussex to Merseyside. Jack Keating's parents Rowan and Robin live in Sunderland. Jack has three brothers Barri, Clayton and Winnie Keating. Jack has an uncle called Jonathon Keating, who also lives in Merseyside.
Jack works as a customer services manager for Standard Life. When he is not at Standard Life Jack likes playing piano and listening to radio 2. Jack's favourite colour is lilac.

Jack Keating says

I am passionate about visiting places and love to go backpacking. I love playing piano and shopping. I was born in Sussex in 1965. I like meeting new people and making friends comes easy to me.

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