Keith H. Freeman

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Keith H. Freeman is a British fan, a founding Knight of St. Fantony and winner of the Doc Weir Award in 1977. He was active in the BSFA for many years, was one of its first members and served at various times as treasurer, vice chairman, and mailings coordinator. He was treasurer of the 1961 Eastercon (LXICON) and on the committee of Rubicon II in 1987.

He was a member of The Fan Squadron, a group of fans who were also aircraft buffs, and produced The Damned Patrol. He also produced the fanzine KE-WE. Keith was one of the founders of the Reading Science Fiction Club in the 1970s, and a member of the Cheltenham Circle.

He was married to fellow fan Wendy Freeman.

Keith is still involved in fanzine fandom and still just as interested in aircraft.

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