On April 15, 2013 my wife Rebekah and son Noah became forever known as survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing. That horrific act of terrorism may have claimed Rebekah's leg, but it could not claim her spirit. Since then I have watched her endure countless surgeries and unspeakable pain with an amazing attitude and positive outlook on life that many, including myself, may not have been capable of. I am constantly in awe of the person she is, and inspired by her will to do everything on a fake leg that she never did prior to the bombings. For these reasons, my mentality has changed as well. Far too long I have taken for granted my health and ability to do things where others may be limited. Before 2013, I knew nothing of the Boston Marathon, and in 2020, I am training to take on the 26.2 miles and cross that finish line for two of the people I love most. I am also running for the charity that Rebekah and I started in 2018, Rebekah's Angels, a 501c3 that provides mental health treatment to children and families that are suffering from traumatic experiences in their own lives. Today, we have helped more than 60 families get the specialized treatment they so desperately need, and with your help we can continue this work that brings so much purpose to our own circumstances. Will you join me by supporting my Run for Rebekah's Angels?