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Robbie Keszey

  • Nickname:

    Tow Rope, Thing One
  • Team Position:

    Venomous Wildlife Expert
  • Conch Republic Navy Rank:

    Able Seaman
  • Years Paddled:

    2011, 2012 Road Crew (due to injury), 2013
  • Age:

  • Family:

    Married to my beautiful and patient wife, Michelle, who supports me in chasing my dreams. We have 3 amazing kiddos, Kassandra, Zoltan, and Piper. Oh yeah, I do have that brother of mine, Stephen. What can I say, we have it all.
  • Where he's from:

    Came into the world in Ohio (DOH!) but spent most of my life between California and Florida. Bushnell, Fl is where I call home now.
  • Education:

    Aside from the High School years most of my education comes from the experiences I've had and continue to have.
  • Work:

    Currently an owner of Glades Herp Farm in Bushnell, Fl and proudly 'hosting' the Discovery Channel reality-documentary SWAMP BROTHERS.
  • Influences:

    My parents who've always loved and supported me in all my adventures (Thanks Mom and Dad), and all of those who go after their dreams and never let them go.
  • Fun Facts:

    I speak Hungarian fluently. I love life and what I get to do with mine. I have an "I Love Me Wall". You'll see soon that you'll want one of me too. If your not a Gator, you're Gator Bait, Go Gators!
  • Essential CAC Gear:

    His Boat - Julianna: an orange and white Stellar 18' Touring kayak. Generously donated by the good folks at Stellar!
  • Additional CAC Gear:

    My Camano paddle, donated by Werner!
  • How did you get involved with the CAC?:

    My wife and I have been supporters of the Castaways for a while now, but when my mom died in 2010 from MDS, the fire in me was lit. I don't want to lose anyone else I love to cancer, nor do I think anyone else should have to. We've made so many advances in medicine, and I want to do my part to ensure we finally kick cancer's butt!
  • In his own words:

    "I'm honored to be a part of this mission. This is one of my greatest accomplishments. God Bless."

Day 1, 2011 - 150 miles to go.