The Durkin 5

Before Tom Durkin agreed to speak at his mother’s funeral earlier this year, he first had to cut a deal with his brothers. “I agreed to do so on one condition,” he told the congregation on Jan. 10. “That I speak for all eight of us, and they tell me things they would say if they were to speak. So I speak on behalf of all of us.” What followed, on behalf of all …

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