One of my first deals as a young associate at Katten was with Keith and I learned a great deal from him. Keith loved being a lawyer and had a passion for it like no one else that I knew. Our U of I background lead us to various conversations about things beyond being a lawyer and I often sought his advice on such other matters. We will all miss Keith greatly.
Our deepest condolences,
David Dlugie, Chicago
years turned into moments when i learned keith had passed.he was my close friend and fraternity brother.i wiil always remember the happy times we shared.my prayers and thoughts are with gail and his whole family
Gail, Bryan, Andrew , and Haley,
We are so very sorry for the loss of your husband and Father. Our deepest sympathies.
Mark, Cindy,Ryan, and Courtney Anderson
Keith will live on in all the lives he touched. He was a warm and caring friend, a wonderful husband and father and he will be missed. He made the world a better place. If there is heaven... He is surely there - Randy Fifield
When you mention Keith, many warm memories immediately surface from college days, close friendships, classes, running, graduations, weddings, Fiji 78's reunion dinners, Fiji 78's reunion boat trip, Fiji 78's reunion golf outings, etc.
To Keith's family, our deepest sympathy.