Kildee House Characters

Rutherford George Montgomery
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Jerome Kildee

Jerome Kildee is a reclusive, elderly man who has retired from a lifetime career as a stonemason and monument maker. He has purchased a plot of land on a mountainside in a redwood forest in California. He builds a one-room house on the property. The back wall of the house is the bark of a giant redwood. He constructs a large fireplace and has a huge picture window in the front of the house that overlooks the lush forest.

After a lifetime of working, Kildee finds he has a lot of time on his hands after he completes the building of his forest home. He is a kind man who literally opens his door to the forest creatures. He begins to establish friendships with the local raccoons and spotted skunks. The animals depend on him for food and shelter and he depends on them for companionship and...

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