Aww, Woody :( This makes me so sad! When I read your guest entries, people frequently reference the lives you've touched and your service to others. Let me just say that you saved my life. You came into my life when I was at my lowest point. You treated me with respect and helped me regain my dignity. You showed me that recovery was possible. You pressured me to look hard at the underlying reasons for my 20 years of drug use and helped me to heal those wounds. On my last night at Stepworks, I couldn't sleep so you let me watch James Bond movies with you all night (although you fell asleep and snored loudly through the last half of the movie). You ARE the reason that I have nearly 5 years of recovery and you inspired me to be the chemical dependency therapist I am today. You showed me that recovery can be fun and I carry your jovial spirit into my interactions with clients every day (although my laugh could never match yours). I can't imagine where I would be without you... Thank you for blessing me with your gifts. To Woody's family: please know that your loved one truly impacted so many lives and the ripple effects will continue to bless generations to come. Woody lives on in my work, in my heart, in my life.