Mr. R. H. Garner writes:
“In pre-war days. Ken Jarvis figured successfully in trials with the hybrid trials car “Pansy,” as well as in sprint events with Austin Sevens. Upon demobilisation from the R.A.S.C., he took over the secretaryship of the Berkhamsted Club until 1948, when pressure of affairs compelled him to accept a less responsible position on the committee. His successes with the ex-works side-valve Austin gave him a leading position in the 750-c.c. class during the past two seasons, and he was a consistent supporter of events from Prescott to Great Auclum.
“Always ready to help in events when not competing, Ken Jarvis enjoyed a widespread popularity, and his charm of manner will perhaps be remembered above all else.”