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Marin Independent Journal
Saturday, March 30, 1991
Dorothy Helen Keyes
Dorothy Helen Keyes of Tiburon, an occupational therapist and former president of the San Francisco Women Artists, died Wednesday, March 27, 1991, at Marin General Hospital, following a short illness. She was 68.
Mrs. Keyes was a native of Woodward, Okla. She moved to Marin in 1957.
She was a graduate of Indiana University and completed her post graduate studies in occupational therapy at the University of Southern California.
She was the past-president of the San Francisco Women Artists and was active in the Marin Society of Artists and many other local art organizations. She was also president of Marin Society of Artists.
She was an artist and homemaker, later in her life. She had recently done some work with stone and glass; her paintings ranged from landscapes to the abstract.
She enjoyed sailing and was active San Francisco Yacht Club events.
She is survived by her husband of 40 years, Dr. Charles E. Keyes of Tiburon; two daughters, Diane Pollock of Novato and Catherine Keyes-Guichard of Paris; a brother, Judge John Dickey of Sherman Oaks; and two grandsons.
A memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Belvedere.
Memorial gifts are preferred to Hospice of Marin, 150 Nellen Ave., Corte Madera, 94925, or to a favorite charity.
A paid death notice in the same paper added the names of her grandchildren: John and Matthew Pollock.
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