Keith lives in Thunder Bay with his wife Donna. He began practicing in Thunder Bay in 1969 when he was called to the bar after graduating from Osgoode Hall Law School. He has had practices in Thunder Bay, Atikokan (sold to Brenda), Marathon (purchased from Brenda) and Geraldton. Keith has been the president of the Thunder Bay Law Association, Chair of the Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute, and Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre. He has also been active with the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce. He has practiced real estate, corporate/commercial, Wills, estates and Aboriginal law for over 40 years, and works part-time with the office.
Keith is a well-respected member of the bar and recipient of the Law Society’s Lincoln Alexander award for legal and community service ‑ 2012, Ontario Bicentennial Medal ‑ 1984, Commemorative Medal for the 125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada ‑ 1993. He also has the street entrance to the Thunder Bay Regional Hospital named after him “Keith Jobbitt Way” for all of the hours he has dedicated to making the regional hospital a reality.