While Air Force Cpt. Dan Kelly was serving 6 months overseas, his five-year-old son, Brian missed him terribly. No longer able to spend time with his dad, Brian would have to miss out on doing their favorite activity together, yard work. But one-day Brian knocked on his neighbor, Dean Cravens’ door to hang out. Knowing that Brain was eager to work on the yard, Dean didn’t give it a second thought. Cpt. Kelly and his wife are thankful that Dean is a neighbor that is willing to spend time with their son in a time when he needed it most. Filling in for dad was a pleasure for Dean and he’s happy to be there if Brian need him again.
Airman returns home to relieve fill-in father figure of duty
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