The man has issues, who doesn't? Glass houses people.
Let's remember all of the good things he did though, as recently Kelsey Hayward was presented with a lifetime achievement award for dedicating over 40 years of his life to Hancock County's children, and bringing an art form to that community that has helped so many students.
I can't speak for everyone, but recently we threw a party in his honor, and so many people that were there said the same thing, "Kelsey made a difference in my life," "Kelsey helped me through some hard stuff," "Kelsey was like the dad I never had," "Kelsey is an amazing man," and "It is an honor to know him."
When I speak from my personal side of things I can say this, while my family was falling a part he was there for me, he helped me grow and learn and made sure I was focused and dedicated. He gave me my first role, which brought about my love for theatre, and four years after graduation, we still are close.
He is still a second dad to me and I will proudly say he is my teacher. I hope retirement brings him the happiness he deserves, and I can't wait to work on a few shows with him again, soon.