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sities, government laboratories, and industry. He ensured that a broad community would have access to semiconductor fabrication and to interactive, time-shared computing so that researchers could explore these technologies. He identified individuals with the vision and knowledge to advance a technology and was instrumental in putting them into key roles where they could advance that technology. His efforts changed the face of technology, and his insights, wisdom, and dedication to his nation inspired everyone who had the privilege of working with him.

Keith is survived by his wife Doris Uncapher and two sons, Jeffrey Keith Uncapher and William Bradley Uncapher. His two sisters predeceased him.

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