Keith and I were fraternity (Sig Ep) brothers at the University of Oregon. The great thing about Keith was that he was not a observer of life...he was a participant! I remember how he took charge each year of building the (now outlawed) slide that was (at least) 35 feet high at our annual house dance. Whatever Keith did he did with energy, enthusiasm and good will. He was a brother and will be missed by us all.
We are so sorry to hear about your loss of your dear husband----Dick passed it on to us.We have not seen you for a long time but cherish the memories we did have together. May God bless your family----jan and bob cleator
I am so sorry for you at this difficult time. I hope you find strength in the many wonderful memories you and Keith and the kids shared over the years.
Tracy and Bill Hogan
Dear Barbara, Erica and Bret,
How saddened we were to learn of your grievous loss. Please accept our heartfelt condolences and be assured that we will be here for you should you need us.
Kentfield Teachers Association
Barb, Erica and Bret, We are sorry to hear of Keith's sudden passing. He was a good friend who was so supportive and encouraging to our boys and our family. His excelled at everything he did. For Keith, 'good enough' never was. We will miss his dry wit, and sound observations.