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March 31, 2014



You inspire me Sir! I am honored to know you and please know you make this world a better place.

I believe I have taken for granted so many of the blessings the Amazing Lord has bestowed upon my life, you illustrate the importance of those blessings and that we need to love those close to us every day!

Thank you for sharing your journey with me! Godspeed!


This is a tribute both to your father, and to the son who wrote it about him. A brave, open and affecting recounting.
So true also, how empty or overwhelming "let me know if you need anything" can be to those it gets said to, and how support often comes from those we would never expect.

Truly beautifully written.

Mother of 4

What a wonderful son you were, and also what a wonderful father. I cried while reading this even though I don't know you.

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  • Eric Elkins brings more than a decade of writing, marketing, ePR, social media, and educational expertise to his clients.

    A former teacher and corporate trainer, Elkins spent six years as youth content editor at the Denver Newspaper Agency. He then became co-founder and publisher of Bias Media, a multiplatform media engine owned by the parents of the Rocky Mountain News and Denver Post. His model for reaching the elusive 21-34 market combined a print magazine, a website, events, text messaging and email marketing to build an integrated online/real world community. His experience at BIAS led to his role as New Media Practices Manager at Metzger Associates, a PR and venture strategies firm, where he incubated development of Mocapay, a mobile commerce company. Elkins transitioned from Metzger to become VP of Marketing at Mocapay before leaving to found WideFoc.us, a social media strategies agency, in 2007.

    He blogs about being a single father and has written several books. His Twitter handle is @datingdad.

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