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Keith Henry Prostate Cancer Survivor

When Keith Henry relocated to Lewes from Baltimore 18 years ago, he was determined to get involved in something important that helped the people in the community.

He chose Beebe Medical Center, and he has been raising money for the hospital ever since. He has chaired Beebe Medical Foundation's Thanksgiving Ball for four years and continues to take on the co-chair position for the Art Auction. He and his brother set up an endowment to benefit the Emergency Department in the name of his mother, Emma Lee Clayton.

Eight years ago, he was diagnosed with prostate cancer, yet his support of Beebe never waned, even when he was undergoing treatments at Tunnell Cancer Center. "I will continue to support Beebe any way I can," he says.

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