About Keith: Keith lives in Williamsburg, Michigan, with his wife Julie. He has two sons, Michael and Brian, and two granddaughters.
After three years at Eastern Michigan University, Keith left college to work at Ford as a quality control inspector. While snowmobiling, he met the woman who would become his wife, Julie. They married and moved to Traverse City in 1973.
Keith began learning automotive collision repair and refinishing skills. In 1978, he opened his own collision repair shop. He worked there until 2007, when he retired.
Keith loves to fish for perch and hunt turkey, deer, and elk. Archery hunting is by far the most fun. He also make his own maple syrup, and works in his garden and flower beds.
Along the way, Keith coached girls' ice hockey, boys' hockey and also played hockey in a men's league until advised to stop by his physician because of back problems.