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By suzanne mosman — Jan 4, 2014 6:16pm
I am a student at PSU in the Masters of Public Health Program. Two years ago, in my very first class, our group project was on food safety. Bill Keene generously gave us an hour of his time. He warmly welcomed us and made tea for all. He showed us his "museum" of foodbourne illness artifacts. I have pictures in my phone to this day of his "museum". We asked many, many questions and learned more in that one hour about the topic from his great expertise than from hours of research. I was so very saddened to learn of his untimely death and wanted to tell his family and those dear to him that he was truly a fine man, scientist, and state epidemiologist. His great mind and abilities will be sorely missed. Suzanne Mosman