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Keith was a resident when I was on the clinical rotation in psyciatry at Colorado General as a third year medical student. He was my most immediate supervisor while I was on the rotation. Although I did not see him again after that time, I do remember him well. He was a kind and genuine young physician. I learned about his passing in the CU alumni magazine. My condolences to his family and friends.
~ George Ulrich, MD - October 27, 2017
I am Shocked And Stunned By this News. Our Professional Relationship Ended Long Long time ago in the Beginning of His Career due to SEVERE And SERIOUS TRAUMA Incurred Upon ME By DR LA GRENADE. He CONSIDERED ME AS AN AMAZINGLY WONDERFUL WOMAN. He was Absolutely AWARE of The TRAUMA. I FORGAVE him Completely. He KNEW That Too. I Contacted him After 10 years for My son's Genetic Disability. We Talked. My TRAUMA RE AGGRAVATED. So WE decided NOT to Contact Each other Anymore. STILL, My Heart Goes out for Him And His FAMILY. May HIS SOUL Rest In PEACE. GOD BLESS! I Will Continue To PRAY For His FAMILY And The DEPARTED SOUL.
~ TULIKA bhattacharyya - July 4, 2017
I was shocked to hear of your passing my friend. My sincerest condolences for your family. I am grateful to have known you. You are a truly gentle soul. May you fly high with those angel wings.
~ Tracy Sorsby - March 1, 2017
I will miss Dr. La grenade. Hugs and prayers to the family. He will be missed!
~ Tami Mascarenas - January 24, 2017
I just heard today about the loss of Dr. La Grenade. Dr. La Grenade had a major impact in my life as he fulfilled his calling to serve people. He was truly a healer and I will miss him greatly.
~ Walt Willoughby - January 24, 2017
Aunt Rita my condolences to you on the loss of Keith may he RIP and I hope you recover from this loss soon. Love you Stephen
~ Stephen Ross - January 8, 2017
I was saddened to hear of Dr. La Grenade passing away. I give my condolences to his family and friends for this loss. I had worked with Dr. La Grenade for many years and will always be grateful to him for the unprecedented career opportunity he provided me. I enjoyed collaborating with him, his mentorship, and sense of humor. I admired and respected his dedication to Ft. Logan. Dr. La Grenade was always patient centric in his endeavors at Ft. Logan. He provided focused leadership and recovery for the hospital over several years and episodes of cuts to this facility. Dr. La Grenade kept the focus on providing the best care for our patients, and keeping the facility in compliance. I was always amazed at his multi-tasking abilities in meetings. While you would think he was intently focused on paperwork in front of him, he would suddenly laser in on the discussion at hand and bring clarity, specific direction, and right on target. Kent Hamilton
~ Kent Hamilton - January 6, 2017
Dear Family of Dr. LaGrenade.
I was so deeply saddened by the news of Dr. LaGrenade's untimely passing. I have been fortunate to work alongside Dr. LaGrenade for the past three years at AllHealth Network. He was a quiet and gentle soul, and our shared clients always spoke of him with reverence and appreciation. What an unassuming man, whose goal was to help others and make the world a better place, one patient at a time. His absence is palpable in our office; he added quite a noble presence. Dr. LaGrenade has left behind a great legacy in his altruistic work, and the role model that he was as a physician and as a human being. May G-d send your family comfort in your time of grieving.
Adina Krausz, LCSW
~ Adina Krausz - January 3, 2017
My thoughts are with Keith's family and friends. I worked with him for several years and appreciated his concern for both patient care and for the health of the organization which provided the care. In particular though I remember his good natured laugh!!!
~ Grace Walsh - January 3, 2017
To whom it may concern,
I wrote Dr. LaGrenade a good bye letter and just learned of his death when I logged on to the All Health web site to get the address. I’ll post that letter openly instead, in hopes it will help someone else whose life he touched.
I am so sorry to hear of your medical leave of absence. I am rightly in the dark on the details so it’s awkward expressing my sentiments without knowing the context or magnitude of your situation. Of course you know without saying that I hope the best for your treatment, recovery, and quality of life.
You should know that you’re tied as one of my top 2 counselors over the years. You may also recall I lost my job last April. I was good at what I did, some phases of my career more remarkable than others. But all in all I don’t miss it one bit, and couldn’t give a hoot about any after-the-fact compliments. Should you feel similarly at this point, at least indulge me extending mine here.
My biggest hope for this note is that you will accept my personal message of friendship and admiration. Professional separation aside, I always valued the innate talent behind your insights, (perhaps “esteemed” is a better word than “valued”), your detailed recollections from previous sessions, and your spontaneous extrapolations… including spotting anomalies in my family members’ behaviors and postulating on my entire family system. Perhaps that was just fine training... nonetheless, I always felt satisfied, reassured, even “safe”, in the continuity of your treatment. My father was a medical doctor whose shtick I heard all my life as he made his patient calls from the dinner table; I could not have been fooled if your treatment had its basis in anything other than genuine humanity.
I recall asking you about your weight loss a few times, I assume it’s related. And I recall telling you I was ignoring your professional distance only because I truly cared. I also hope that writing this note echoes that heartfelt concern one last time.
Sure, it was your position and authority that put me in the secondary role, but I sincerely looked up to you. I’ve not naively aggrandized you, I simply mean you were someone I always would have liked to know in my personal life. The latter dynamic could not have been different, and still cannot, which I regret. At the least however I have the satisfaction of expressing my gratitude and admiration person to person and within the protocol of these circumstances.
I wish the best for you Keith, whatever that is at this point. You are missed.
~ C M S - December 31, 2016
Keith was a true mentor to me. He encouraged me to be the best the person I could be to assist those with mental illness. He didn't ever preach but he asked questions that I still ask of myself today. I would not be where I am today without Keith LaGrenade. My sympathy to his family. He was a major influence in my graduate studies and subsequent career. Thanks Dr. LaGrendae!
~ Sarah Summy - December 30, 2016
Dr LeGrenade literally gave me my life back. He was there for me in the worst period of my life and I am eternally grateful for the kindness and understanding during that time. The world lost a wonderful person and an amazing provider.
~ Rachael Silveira - December 30, 2016
To the La Grenade Family-
I had the privilege of working with Keith for many years. He taught me everything I know about Mental Health, professionalism, leadership, integrity and other things like saving too much paper and procrastination. He was the epitome of kindness, compassion and gentleness for patients as well as staff. Keith was a kind soul who never spoke unkindly of others. He gave himself to his work, his company, his employees and in all this remained a very private individual. We at CMHIFL were very fortunate to have had his guidance and leadership. I was personally very fortunate to have had him as a supervisor and friend.
Please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss.
~ Peg Mason - December 30, 2016
I am so saddened to hear about Keith's passing. He was a kind, caring man. I knew him well as a psychiatry resident and later at Fort Logan. My best to his family.
~ Brock Willett - December 29, 2016
My heart goes out to you all as Dr. La Grenade's family. He was a great man of integrity and humility. I first met Keith when I was a brand new therapist working on my licensure some 25 years ago. He worked at Fort Logan then and came to the Adolescent Day Treatment Center at Adams Mental Health to see our students and provide supervision for our staff. I remember the thoughtful discussions we had about how best to serve our students and families. Recently I have had the privilege of working with him again at AllHealth Network where he again has made such a positive impact not only on those we serve but also on us as his co-workers. He is a intelligent, kind and gentle. His clients and co-workers love him. He will be missed by us all. You have my deepest condolences and appreciation for sharing him these many years. Laurie Elliott
~ Laurie Elliott - December 29, 2016
Keith, you were so good to me & my beautiful girl as we needed guidance as well as understanding of the treatment of folks with a mental illness. You possessed an ability to listen with an open mind to the consumer and you were willing to make the changes necessary for the family and their loved one during your tenure at Fort Logan.
You made yourself available to the common woman/man, angry/confused about the mysteries of mental illness: treatment, medications, & the role of the family in the process.
What a loss. Peace to you my friend.
Jan & Biz Bach
~ Jan & Elizabeth Bach - December 28, 2016
I knew Keith for 25 years. He was a good friend and colleague. I hadn't been in contact since he left Fort Logan but last week I was asking if anyone had seen him recently.
~ Albert Singleton MD - December 28, 2016
I have worked the past 2 years as "DrL's" nurse. To say I am heartbroken would be an understatement. Dr L is as fine a man and psychiatrist as I have met. He truly cared- about his family, his patients, the world. I will miss him but am a better person for having known him.
~ Susan DeHaven - December 28, 2016
Keith was truly a splendid man and gifted psychiatrist who I worked for at the mental health institute. We shared our adventures, wishes, and dreams, and I will miss him greatly.
~ Sheridan Garcia - December 28, 2016
Without doubt, Dr. LaGrenade was one of the best psychiatrists I have had the privilege of working together, with his wisdom, positive energy, balance and generosity. He will be sorely missed.
R. Kaan Ozbayrak, MD, MBA
Chief Medical Officer
~ R. Kaan Ozbayrak - December 28, 2016
My heart is so heavy and sad to hear of Dr. LaGrenade's passing. I worked with him for the past 5+ years and he was not only a wonderful doctor, he was my friend. He was a very kind, caring, compassionate person. My favorite memory is going to McDonalds to buy him 2 cheeseburgers with no pickles. It was an honor for me to buy him lunch. When at Inverness, we often ate tuna bagels from My Favorite Muffin. He will be missed greatly by his family, friends and patients.
~ Rhonda Vaughn - December 28, 2016
Of all of us, Keith "grabbed the brass ring" in life. Keith fared the best of all of us simply because he was the best!
~ Gail LaGrenade - December 27, 2016
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