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February 5, 2016, 8:39pm

Health leader named Hill Legacy Award recipient

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Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 8:45 am

White Bear Lake resident Keith Warner is the 2013 J. Stanley and Doris Hill Legacy Award recipient. Established by the Century College Foundation, the Mahtomedi Area Educational Foundation and the White Bear Lake Area Educational Foundation, the award honors the memory of Stan and Doris Hill for their remarkable commitment to community service.  

Readers may link Keith’s name to the White Bear Lake Area Relay for Life. He and his wife, Patty, co-founded the event in 1995. As a result of their joint efforts, the local American Cancer Society fundraiser has raised $3.85 million toward cancer research over the past 18 years. Not only has Keith served as the Relay’s organizer, “PR director and chief cheerleader,” as nominator, Judy Skeie-Voss notes, but he continually offers caring support for those who are dealing with the disease. Keith’s enthusiasm as an inspirational speaker is matched by his ability to lend emotional support to those in need.

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