Dr. Neil Mark Keats

Palm Springs, California

1943 - 2019 (Age 75)


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Dr. Neil Mark KeatsPalm Springs - Dr. Neil Mark Keats, a retired orthopedic surgeon, died January 15, 2019, after a long struggle with Parkinson's disease.Born April 28, 1943, to Ilene (nee Elbinger) and Alfred Keats in Detroit, Michigan, Neil was an excellent student and athlete. At 14, he...

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Wonderful physician and very carrying , Had the pleasure of working with him. Caring thoughts to Bea and all the family

Dear Bea -

I am very sorry to hear of Neil's passing. What a wonderful gentleman he was! I am grateful to have had the
opportunity to know him through our travels together.

/so sorry for your loss Bea.

To the entire family and friends of Mr.Keats. I wish to send my sympathy to all of you during this difficult time. AS.

He will be missed by all. He was a good friend and a fine doctor.

We are truly saddened to hear of Neil's passing. Neil was a respected colleague and was highly thought of by all who worked at Baltimore Washington Medical Center, formerly North Arundel Hospital. I remember the year of the severe ice storm, possibly 1996, when there were so many severe injuries, including hundreds of people with broken bones, that the hospital cafeteria was reassigned as an extra Emergency Room. Neil was making his way through the many rows of patients, examining and...

Dearest Mrs. Keats, Matt and Jennifer. I have had the pleasure to know you all for so long. Your dad, husband, or Dr Keats to me, was always a joy to talk to and such a caring person. He resonates in all of you as you all did in him. You are all in my prayers. Avery Prkna

We are heartbroken to learn of Neil's recent passing. We were friends with Neil and Bea when they lived in Maryland. He was our doctor as well. We all visited him several times, particularly our daughter, Robin. He was a fine doctor and a fine man. Condolences to Bea and his children and grandchildren. Are the services open strictly to the family? We never saw any information regarding it. One favorite memory: It was snowing heavily, and we had made plans to go bowling that evening. ...

Neil was one of my dearest friends. I will remember him always. I remember playing golf with Neil one time on Sanibel Island. He trusted me to take a picture of him with his back to a very large alligator................ I admired him greatly. He was one of the finest human beings I have ever known.