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Dr. Keith D. Dabrowski died on July 20, 2007.  He was born in West Point, NY on August 14, 1962, to Col. & Mrs. Charles Dabrowski.  The family resided in New York, England, Georgia, Ohio and Germany & Florida.  Dr. Dabrowski was a resident of St. Petersburg, Florida at the time of his death.

Dr. Dabrowski received a B.S. degree from University of Florida, a Masters degree from Mercer University and a P.H.D. from Kennedy Western University.  Dr. Dabrowski was a Captain in the Air Force, where he worked as Chief of the Composite Materials Division.  He subsequently worked as a structural engineer for the Navy working on F-18 fighters.  Dr. Dabrowski was promoted as a senior functional adviser for the Department of Defense for the southeast sector of the United States.  

Dr. Dabrowski was presently serving as Contract Operations Supervisor in Integrated Warfare Systems and CEC Program Integrator for Raytheon and D.C.M.A.

Dr. Dabrowski was a lifelong athlete who won a silver medal in tennis in the Men's Open in Garmish, Germany and was a walk on for the University of Florida football team, with whom he received a Peach Bowl ring.  He was also a dedicated body builder.

Dr. Dabrowski is survived by his loving wife, Lori, with whom he just celebrated his 1 year anniversary with on July 7th.  He is also survived by his parents Col. & Mrs. Charles Dabrowski, his sister, Laura Rohrbaugh, her husband, Paul G. and their son, and Dr. Dabrowski's godson, Paul Sterling.  Lori's parents, Joyce Proto and Lary and Susan Proto and an extended large family.

Dr. Dabrowski was an avid animal lover who also leaves behind 3 dogs and 1 cat, who continue to search for him.  the family requests that any donations be sent to the Animal Rescue League of Pinellas County in Dr. Dabrowski's name.

One of God's special creations has left us this day and will be greatly missed by many.

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