As Keen leaves HRH, legacy will endure, friends say


As he retires after 20 years as top executive at Hancock Regional Hospital, Bobby Keen worries about the survival of community hospitals that must compete with large hospital systems. (Daily Reporter / Tom Russo)

GREENFIELD — It was a chance encounter in Kansas City between Bobby Keen, then a principal in an agri-business consulting firm, and Greenfield’s Roy Wilson, then chairman of the Hancock Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees, that led to a 20-year partnership that finally ends next week.

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