Keaton Newsom was as passionate as they come, and if there’s one thing he loved more than anything, it would be blading. Last year, we bladers lost Keaton, and with him a whole lot of passion and love. Thanks to this edit produced by his good friend John Sullivan, and the collective work of the Texas scene to honor his memory and contribute to the cause of suicide prevention, today we can proudly say his love and passion do live through us all.
Thanks for everything, Keaton. You will always be remembered brother.
“This was a project Keaton Newsom and myself worked on but never quite finished. its hard to grasp that he left us at such an early age. today he would be turning 31, so in his memory I wanted to give y’all this. Enjoy and love ya buddy.” – J Sully