In memory of
Donald Joseph O'Keefe
In memory of
Donald Joseph O'Keefe
Donald Joseph O'Keefe Poet, blogger, beloved family man, formerly of South Plainfield Donald Joseph O'Keefe, age 45, passed away on April 1, 2021 from colorectal cancer. Don grew up in South Plainfield, NJ with his parents, twin brother Sean, and a network of close-knit extended family. He lived in New York City for most of his adult life, where he worked for Barnes and Noble, hosting top literary events and then for Hunter College, his alma mater, raising money for student scholarships. He was a published poet, blogger, and book reviewer, with some of his reviews published in the The New York Times Book Review. He was a proud father of two, a devoted husband, an avid gamer, and a dear friend to many. Don is survived by his wife Adrienne O'Keefe (nee Linder), their children Brendan and Gwendolyn, parents Bryan and Helen, and twin brother Sean. Donations in his memory may be made to the "Donald O'Keefe Memorial Scholarship' at Hunter College.
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In memory of
Donald Joseph O'Keefe
Donald Joseph O'Keefe Poet, blogger, beloved family man, formerly of South Plainfield Donald Joseph O'Keefe, age 45, passed away on April 1, 2021 from colorectal cancer. Don grew up in South Plainfield, NJ with his parents, twin brother Sean, and a network of close-knit extended family. He lived in New York City for most of his adult life, where he worked for Barnes and Noble, hosting top literary events and then for Hunter College, his alma mater, raising money for student scholarships. He was a published poet, blogger, and book reviewer, with some of his reviews published in the The New York Times Book Review. He was a proud father of two, a devoted husband, an avid gamer, and a dear friend to many. Don is survived by his wife Adrienne O'Keefe (nee Linder), their children Brendan and Gwendolyn, parents Bryan and Helen, and twin brother Sean. Donations in his memory may be made to the "Donald O'Keefe Memorial Scholarship' at Hunter College.
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