In Remembrance: Drew Patrick Kelleher
Drew Patrick Kelleher joined PSG in August 2021 and was only 25 years old when he passed away suddenly on December 20, 2021. We’re heartbroken by this unexpected loss, and we treasure the short time that we spent with this hardworking and caring young man.
Drew achieved a feat that many claim but only a few accomplish: he got along with everyone. He carried himself quietly, with humility and a down-to-earth nature, and he brought a refreshing eagerness to learn in every aspect of the job. Still, what we’ll remember most is Drew’s commitment to the everyday acts of kindness that showed the full scope of his thoughtfulness and desire to be a friend to all.
Drew’s humility couldn’t hide the fact that he excelled at everything he tried. Sports were his lifelong passion, with lacrosse at the forefront. His first games were in his family’s Longmeadow, Mass., backyard—intense competitions with his two brothers while his baby sister tended the net. In high school, he played lacrosse with both of his brothers, captained the varsity hockey and lacrosse teams, and earned numerous awards and accolades.
One of Drew’s proudest moments was being accepted to Amherst College and continuing to play the sport that he loved. At Amherst, he met lifelong friends and enjoyed every moment of being a student-athlete. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science and Economics, then moved to Boston to work at Needham & Company, JP Morgan and eventually PSG.
Our deepest condolences go out to Drew’s parents, his brothers and sister, his extended family, and the many friends, colleagues and teammates who are mourning this tragic loss. All of us at PSG are committed to carrying on his legacy of loyalty and friendship.
To read Drew’s official obituary, click here.