Thomas Kehoe is the founder and president of Kingsbridge Strategies. A former law clerk in the U.S. House of Representatives, Thomas has gained invaluable expertise as a result.
Tom Kehoe is a proud father to Mason and Devin Kehoe and an adoring brother to Colleen Vickers and Maureen Cheli. Additionally, he serves as an amazing uncle for Landon and Olivia Wiercinski.
Early Life and Education
Thomas Kehoe was a self-made man who began his career driving trucks for Whiting Milk Company and acting as buyer at Elliot Lounge. Later he served in the US Army before becoming a police officer for Massachusetts.
He attended St. John’s Law School as an evening student while serving as a police officer in New York City and earned both a Bronze Star and two Purple Hearts during World War II – making him one of the country’s premier war crimes prosecutors.
He is survived by a loving family, including his daughter Kathleen A. Temlak and her husband David from Hudson, MA; their grandchildren Alexandria Lynn Kehoe (Ryan Katherine Kehoe), Corbin Cooper, Carter Cooper as well as many nieces and nephews.
Thomas Kehoe boasts a long list of professional achievements across multiple fields – businessman, author, jazz musician and academic alike.
Yards Brewing Company in Philadelphia was established by Jim Kehoe as founder, president, and brewmaster in 1994 in Manayunk and has grown exponentially ever since into one of Philadelphia’s primary beer producers.
He is also an accomplished jazz pianist and composer, having collaborated with world-renowned musicians such as Herbie Hancock and Freddie Hubbard. A member of both Saint Peter’s Roman Catholic Church in Scituate as well as Rome Knights of Columbus Council 491 with its Fourth Degree Assembly and the Moose Lodge, he boasts 12 grandchildren as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Achievement and Honors
Kehoe was active in many activities and organizations during his lifetime, including Platteville Lions Club, American Legion, Knights of Columbus, National Rifle Association (NRA) membership and avid sports support.
Kehoe was not only a local businessman and trustee but was also an advisor on international trade for the U.S. Department of Commerce. Additionally, he served on the New York District Export Council as representative. Additionally, his expertise extends into seafood.
Tom leaves behind a daughter Kathleen A. Temlak and her husband David of Hudson, MA as well as two granddaughters; as well as being survived by his sister and many nieces and nephews. Tom lived his life to its fullest and was an example to us all of living fully and freely.
Thomas Kehoe is the founder and President of Yards Brewing Company located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Initially beginning as a brewing assistant with this brewery, Thomas eventually rose through its ranks to become its Brewmaster.
Kehoe has served as a consultant to multiple businesses and is an avid golfer. Married for over 37 years and father of three children, he currently attends St. Gianna Catholic Church in Wentzville, MO as a parishioner.
Kathleen Norton and Dion and Keith Kehoe were his immediate survivors, along with eight great-grandchildren; Dymphna Norton of Stow, MA as well as several nieces and nephews who were all close. Irwin Norton had also predeceased him.
Thomas Kehoe boasts a net worth of $3 Million. As a businessman and member of Abiwin Ventures Ltd’s board of directors as well as chairing their investment committee, Thomas holds both a Bachelor of Commerce from University of Toronto and Master of Business Administration degrees.
John serves as Chairman of LTL Group, a heavy civil and environmental construction firm providing services to First Nations, utilities and mines in Thunder Bay. Additionally, he sits on the Commercialization Committee at Thunder Bay Regional Health Research Institute as well as being on their Board. XLV Diagnostics.
Marjorie Kehoe of Pardeeville; sons Thomas L. and Ryan Kehoe; daughter Janice Lynn Worth (Zeke) of Riverview with grandson Aiden as his caretaker; brother Alan (Jan) Kehoe of Goshen; sisters Kay Butler and Mae Kern both of Coronado as well as many nieces and nephews are left behind to cherish his memory. We would also like to extend our sincerest appreciation to Rome Memorial Hospital Third Floor East Extended Care staff for their excellent caregiving. We would also like to express our sincerest thanks for the wonderful care provided to us by them during his final hours on Earth!