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The board and past board members of the Curry Health Foundation are deeply saddened at the passing of Keith Fleshman. Keith’s wife, Beverly, and his son, Doug are past board members. Both continued to help out after leaving the board and Keith was always there to help out with anything needed.

Those board members who remember Keith have the following comments about him:

“Keith was always a supporter of the Gold Beach community. He gave his talent and time willingly to decades of encouraging young people through extending their musical talents.” — Steve Denny

“He was the kind of man that made you feel important. He was so pleasant to be around and from what I have heard, he was a fantastic teacher. All of us at the (hospital) auxiliary really were anxious to see him each day, he would stop by for chocolate kisses at the old hospital. His wife was very special, too. He will always be a very special memory for me.” — DeAnna Craig

We extend our heartfelt condolences to Beverly, our former board treasurer, our past board member, Doug and to the entire family. He will be sorely missed in the community.

Janet Hoffman

Curry Health Foundation

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