Everyone has a chance to be a hero to someone. You don’t even have to be dead to be a hero. With Memorial Day approaching, it got me to thinking about those in my life that I have looked up to as heroes. Unfortunately, holidays like Memorial Day and funerals seem to be the only times that we really stop and think about the impact that someone had on our lives. These are the times that we remember, or better yet, celebrate their life and their lasting legacy on those that they touched.
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written by Wade Neely for www.GoRedHawks.com – originally published on December 16, 2013
PULASKI, Tenn. – In addition to guiding his squad to one of the best starts in program history this season, RedHawk Women’s Basketball head coach Jamy Bechler recently made program history on a personal level as he became the program’s all-time winningest head coach earlier this season.
(editor’s note: originally published on December 5, 2012)
With the recent death of Rick Majerus (25 years as a head coach at Marquette, Ball State, Utah, St. Louis and only had one losing season), story after story was devoted to retelling his life story and what kind of impact he had on others. It certainly got me thinking again about what kind of influence we have on those around us.