Thank you for the question.
What are the results of this:
"Validation - In Windows System monitor check the SQL Server: Memory Manager: Total Server Memory (KB) counter to determine how much memory is in use. Keep in mind that you will have to divide the value in KB by 1024 two times to convert to gigabytes. In addition, in SQL Server issue sp_configure and review the three counters above that were changed to validate all three counters are accurate."
Is this 32 GB or 60 GB?
Before applying the hot fix in production, I would test it on a test server.
On another note, I would really consider trying to upgrade to SQL Server 2008 R2 to eliminate some of these memory issues.