The longtime crisis support professional is taking questions in "Ask Pete."
1 year ago
Pete Shrock has been immersed in active crisis support for over 15 years. The Richmond resident has trained grief experts who responded to the Sept. 11 attacks and the shootings at Sandy Hook and Virginia Tech. He's created programs for grieving children at Comfort Zone Camp, gang members in Chicago and Los Angeles, New York Life insurance agents processing death claims, and the National Fallen Firefighters foundation. Most recently, he's co-founded the new estate settlement and liquidation firm Legacy Navigator, working to help reduce stress and anxiety for families dealing with the loss of a loved one.
Now he's got one more great new project, too: "Ask Pete," an honest, smart, heartfelt advice column in which he offers a fresh, adult, 21st-century perspective on coping with the wide array of challenges that arise during a person's journey through grief.
We're publishing "Ask Pete" here at Legacy.com, and the column will also be archived permanently at Legacy Navigator's website. To keep up not just with "Ask Pete" but also the rest of Legacy.com's regular daily Richmond information updates, from family events to notable obituaries, just take a quick moment to sign up for our free email newsletter.