For those who did not know Jeremy, he was just fantastic...a great person and an amazing trainer. I only worked with him for 2 months until his passing, but we had a hell of a lot of fun! He had a great sense of humor and I will miss him as my trainer and as a friend..he gave me extra training sessions for free just b/c we had so much fun working out together.
I know a little of the details of his passing, but I don't think that his family wants that information made public, so I will respect their wishes and just remember Jeremy as a great person and trainer. I'm just sad that I only got to know him for 2 months. I was looking forward to knowing and training with him for a long time to come
Great post Vince. It is unfortunate but too many times we lose people in our lives in order to gain the right perspective again, Just like Gerry said. I just try to remember every day to hug and kiss the kids and Terry as though I may not come back again bc no one knows what will happen in the day.
Life is 10% what happens to me and 90% is how I react!
God chooses what we go through and we choose how we go through it!
Amen, Karrie. Life is way too short. Spoke to my wife and son on the phone before they were ready to leave her mom's house. Last words I said to them were "Love you both, see you later." Never saw them again.
Take nothing for granted. Wishing Jeremy's family peace and eventual closure. They will need to draw on each other's strength.