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Keith Probert
Keith R Probert, age 61
Born: January 24th 1951 in Coventry, England.

Came to the US in August 1988 to work in Huntington
Beach, CA at a design house call IAD (International
Automotive Design) while there worked for most major
car companies designing new vehicles as a clay modeler.
While in CA met his now wife Bonnie and they got married
in 1991. Keith has also worked in OR, NC, TX, & MI.
Keith and his Wife Bonnie and two dogs (Zeus & Nero) decided to take time off while in TX and in their 5Th wheel RV toured the West side of the US doing almost 3000 miles before ending up in Newport Beach, CA.

Keith got more into photography through his wife by doing photographs for his wife's magazine articles covering horse shows and then doing the photographs for her first book.

Keith and his wife also went on a couple of tours to Canada doing work for the Canadian Tourism Board.

Keith and Bonnie move to Flippin, AR about 5 years ago having looked all over the US for a permanent place to live. They lost both there dogs due to illness in October 2007 but now have replacements Cash and Candy both arrived in January 2008 they were got from the Humane Society in Mountain Home, AR

Now that he is officially retired from the auto design world, Keith and his wife have found their home here in the heart of the Ozarks where Keith now has the time to serve on the Board of Directors of several community-based organizations in NW Arkansas and to pursue his photography.
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