Writing about anything more personal than my take on new technology isn’t something I’m real comfortable with. I tend to avoid anything more personal than bragging about my kids – or complaining about them, as the case may be.
But something touched my life last summer that stuck with me, changed my perspective, and inspired me to try be a better father, husband and coach.
A good friend of mine passed away while on holidays with his family at age 40. The story was covered in the media a few times, in part because Jason Turner was a hockey coach, and an overwhelming number of his hockey family came out to remember him.
But what those stories didn’t capture was just what an amazing person he was. Continue reading