An Oahu family got a life-changing surprise just in time for the holidays.
A man searching for his father ended up finding out that his best friend since grade school was actually his brother.
The men are 15 months apart in age and have known each other for decades.
They tell KHON2 they learned they were related through a family history and DNA website.
Alan Robinson and Walter Macfarlane have been the best of friends for 60 years.
“Let’s see, well we love to play cribbage. We’ve been playing cribbage all our lives,” Macfarlane said.
“I beat him the last time we played,” Robinson said.
The two were born and raised in Hawaii and they played football at Punahou.
They initially met in the 6th grade.
“He was the party-er, I never went to or did any partying in high school,” Macfarlane said.
They also shared a special bond throughout their friendship. Macfarlane never knew his father, and Robinson was …