Dr. Keith Allen Dimond

Savannah, Georgia

1940 - 2018 (Age 77)


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Dr. Keith Allen DimondSavannah, GA - Dr. Keith Allen Dimond, devoted husband, father, grandfather and physician died February 6, 2018. He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, October 12, 1940 to Violet Becherer and Kenneth Glen Dimond. Growing up in Cincinnati, Keith excelled at competitive NCAA...

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My mother was Linda Super and she was a patient of Dr. Dimond's from 1991-2007, when she passed away due to complications as a result of renal kidney disease. I always heard so many great things about Dr. Dimond from not only my Mom, but other family who were patients of his. I did not realize how much he accomplished in his life, especially when he was a young man. When I was younger, I in attendance with my Mom to one of her appointments met Dr. Dimond. I came to find out that Dr....

A Pioneer in the Kidney Community who positively impacted so many. Sincere and warm condolences to the Dimond family.

What a pleasure it was to have taken care of some of Dr. Dimond's patients. He was always a gentleman and a great doctor. He will be greatly missed by this old nurse as he said. May he be now resting in peace! Prayers for Mrs. Dimond & family! The Lord got another good one!

Dr. Dimond holds a very special place in my heart. Why? He saved my life when my kidneys shut down 19 years ago. My sincere condolences to the family. He was a great man.

Keith was the best of the best, someone we all admired. College Fraternity Brother and room mate. He will be missed!

I will always remember what a good compassionate person he was when I lived in Savannah. So sad. My prayers are with all of his family.

Dear Julie,
My thoughts and tears go out to you with the loss of your extraordinary husband. I first met Keith in 1953 when we sat in alphabetical order in an 8th grade homeroom. Later we were SAE fraternity brothers at the University of Cincinnati. Keith exemplified the fraternity's creed of being a True Gentleman and I have never met a nicer man since. I am so happy that my wife and I stopped by for a short visit in Savannah two years ago. We still talk about the wonderful...


Sincere sympathy to Julie and Family. Keith and I were Zoology partners at Woodward High School, Class of '58. He was an outstanding young gentleman then with great promise. He apparently continued his quest for excellence in his adult life and with his life with his family. "May angels sing him to his rest". Carolyn Hill Gabriel, Class of 1958