These stories belong to John Kehoe, who grew up in suburbia in the 1960s, came of age in the 1970s, became a family man in the 1980s, and left us all way too soon in 1998. As told by his younger brother and only daughter, these are stories about wayward youth, misguided adolescence, and still somehow turning out better than alright. They’re stories about playing pranks, discovering rock and roll, falling in love, becoming a dad, and growing up without ever growing old. They’re stories of boyhood, fatherhood, and everything in-between. We hope you see yourself in these stories, as much as you see whoever John Kehoe was to you.

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