Father Gordon L. Keys
Diocese of San Jose/Jesuits
- 1955-1956: Alma College (Los Gatos, CA)
- 1956-1957: Manresa Hall (Port Townsend, WA)
- 1957-1958: Loyola Hall, Monroe High School (Fairbanks, AK)
- 1958-1962: St. Mary’s Indian Mission (Omak, WA)
- 1958-1962: St. Joseph’s (East Omak, WA)
- 1962-1965: Sacred Heart Mission (Nespelem, WA)
- 1962-1965: Keller, Washington
- 1965-1968: Jesuit High School (Portland, OR)
- 1968-1970: St. Luke’s (Woodburn, OR)
- 1970-1980: Seattle University (Seattle, WA)
- 1980-1987: St. Vincent Hospital (Portland, OR)
- 1987-2000: Jesuit High School (Portland, OR)
- 2000-2005: Jesuit Regis Community (Spokane, WA)
Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations against Father Gordon L. Keys:
Fr. Gordon L. Keys was a priest of the Oregon Province, ordained in 1955.
In 2011, Keys’ name was included on the Oregon Province’s list of its members who have been identified as perpetrators of sexual abuse.
In 2018, Keys was included on the Jesuits West Province list named as being credibly accused of child sex abuse. It notes allegations reported in 2009 in reference to abuse of a minor that took place in 1956-1964. Information about the age/gender of his alleged victim/victims or the nature of the alleged sexual abuse is unknown.
Keys died in 2005.
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