Executive for Alaska health consortium dies at 56
Ken Brewer, the president of the Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium, died unexpectedly on Saturday. He was 56.

Brewer was teaching a motorcycle safety course in Juneau when he complained of dizziness and indigestion. His cause of death wasn't immediately known.

Brewer was a member of the Blackfeet Nation of Montana. He moved to Juneau in 1992 and joined SEARHC as chief financial officer. He was later promoted to vice president in 1994 and became president in 2000.

Brewer was adopted into the Tlingit Tribe. SEARHC serves 18 Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian and other Native communities.

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SEARHC President Brewer dies at 56 (The Juneau Empire 6/5)
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Relevant Links:
Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium - http://www.searhc.org