Keith was my supervisor for ten years. He was, at all times, fair-minded, understanding, respectful, loyal and judicious. He also conducted business in an honorable and ethical fashion, no small task in the world of politics. We last spoke a few months back, rattling off names of Washington Senators baseball players from the 1960s, recalling with wry laughter antics by LBJ and JFK, and wishing there were more Grace Kellys and Ava Gardners on the silver screen today. What a wonderful man he was. God bless you, Keith.