It is with mixed emotions that Michele and
I inform everyone of our decision to disband Harrison’s Hope.
We want to thank everyone that has helped us over the years to
disseminate our life saving message.
Our tireless work has put a spotlight on
the preventable deaths and injuries of children when left alone in and around
cars. We would not have accomplished
that without our numerous
supporters, volunteers, sponsors, family and friends.
Words cannot express how inspirational those people were in our lives
when we needed them most.
Thank you to our board of directors …
past and present. We were presented
with many obstacles along the way, but your passion, dedication, intelligence,
and support helped us reach goals that seemed too lofty and beyond our grasp.
There is a quote by Merikay McLeod …
“Change is inevitable; we will always exist in the midst of it. It is our
choice whether we will be its victim or its architect.”
Michele and I are choosing to become life’s architect … this is not a
sad time, but a time to look back and be proud of our accomplishments.
This is a time to look forward and embrace all that life has in store for
us. We will be moving forward
without Harrison’s Hope, but Harrison will always remain in our hearts.
His legacy changed and saved many lives since his untimely death.
Michele is a stay-at-home mom and has the
pleasure to engage 100% into Peyton’s life.
I am a consultant working in the health care industry.
We have met countless wonderful people
since the inception of Harrison’s Hope. Many
have been and still remain close friends. We
could have not survived life without the selflessness of so many … and for
that we are thankful.
For safety information about kids being
left alone in and around cars, please visit Safe
Harrison & Peyton’s dad