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Following 9/11, Keith pressed on with his life and created the Cup Board Pro, a cutting board featuring a built-in cup for added convenience. Keith envisioned that this invention would not only assist others but also afford him more quality time with his family.

In the midst of perfecting his creation, Keith faced additional challenges as his wife Elizabeth battled and succumbed to breast cancer. Adding to the family’s hardship, Keith himself passed away at the age of 53 on March 17, 2018, leaving behind three orphaned children and an unfinished invention.

Despite their profound losses, Keith’s children were determined to ensure that their father’s work on the Cup Board Pro would not be in vain. They recently made an appearance on the television show “Shark Tank” in a bid to secure funding for the ongoing development of the invention.

Daymond John, one of the “sharks” on the show, was deeply moved by their story. He shared on Twitter that the episode was emotionally challenging for him due to the losses he experienced in the 9/11 attacks. John revealed that it almost compelled him to leave the set to cope with his emotions

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