The legendary Kevin Keefe has been a part of the history of New York’s basketball team, as well as the history of the Bruins franchise. He played for the Bruins from 1996 to 2000, and was named a three-time All-Star. He also was named a captain for Salem State, and was recognized as All-New England. He has had a stellar athletic career, and is now being honored with a Hall of Fame induction.
Started from Hockey
He attended a hockey school in Canada when he was in the ninth grade. Although he wanted to play Junior B hockey, he wanted to go home and play high school hockey. Artie Venezia, a teammate and future NHL star, had previously worn his number for Salem State. In addition to playing hockey, Kevin was a good singer and was also involved in other sports. He was a part of a family that included several hockey players.
In the past, Kevin was a senior product manager for Fidelity Investments and New England Financial. He started his career as a retirement representative at Pioneer Group of Mutual Funds. He later earned his B.S. in business administration from Suffolk University. He went on to earn his CFA in 1997. He is a member of the CFA Institute and the CFA Society of Atlanta. Aside from his role in investment management, Kevin is also a member of several professional organizations.
The case was a murder-suicide, but a video clip of the scene went viral on social media. Kevin and Carrie Keefe were found dead in their home on Calderdale Lane near Webster Road. The incident has gotten national attention, and many are trying to find details about what happened. This case is being investigated as a murder-suicide. A 911 call reported the shooting at about 11:30 a.m. Saturday. Both Kevin and Carrie Keefe were found shot to death.
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