Keith S. Fraser Community Award

Keith Fraser Community Award

Keith S. Fraser was born in Livermore, attended Livermore High School and graduated from Stanford University.  Later he earned his law degree from UC Hastings College of Law. He started his private law practice in Livermore in 1964, and became deeply involved in many Livermore youth activities.  In 1960 founding member, Judge Joseph Schenone, brought him into the Boosters.  Keith was a major contributor and donor to all Booster activities throughout his life. Through his leadership and vision, the Livermore-Granada Boosters developed into a major organization that is completely unique to a community that is small enough to honor its past, but large enough to grasp its responsibility to honor the outstanding members of the community.

Mr. Fraser died in December 2004.

In 2015 the Livermore-Granada Boosters decided to honor Keith S. Fraser’s commitment to the city of Livermore, and the youth who live here, by creating a community award in his name.

Criteria

The Keith S. Fraser Livermore Community Award is based on any the following criteria:

  • Individual’s past athletic or community involvement
  • Impact of this individual on the school or community
  • Devotion of the individual to school, city or athletic achievement
  • Legacy of the individual to improving youth sports in Livermore

Past Recipients

2015    Bob Bronzan

2016    Bob and Cheryl Rumberger

2018    Kevin Drake