Hotrods for Hospice 2013 is in memory of Keith McWatters. From a very young age, Keith developed a love of cars. As he got older his passion for hotrods and muscle cars became an important part of his life. He took great pride in the cars and trucks he owned throughout the years, even going so far as to stay home on rainy days to keep his car clean!
Keith become a hospice volunteer after caring for a terminally ill family member. He quickly saw the benefits of hospice care and had a strong desire to help others. Keith was a volunteer with Kansas City Hospice for 15 years. He was the 2010 Volunteer of the Year Recipient by Mayor Funkhouser and spent countless hours helping hospice patients and their families. In his final days, he was surrounded by family, friends and the volunteers from Kansas City Hospice that grew to love him over the years.
Keith was devoted to caring for those in our community and making sure their last moments were as comfortable as possible. This event encompasses the things he enjoyed most in life, family and friends, helping those in need and hotrods! On behalf of the McWatters Family, we thank you for celebrating in his honor and supporting Kansas City Hospice & Palliative Care.
Kansas City Hospice & Palliative Care is a not-for-profit agency. The proceeds from this event will help Kansas City Hospice fulfill it's mission to bring expert care, peace of mind, comfort, guidance and hope to people who are affected by life threatening and life limiting illness.
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