His legacy will live on in the martial arts students whose lives he helped change and in his four schools that our family continue to run.
My husband was changing in personality, and after some awful symptoms they diagnosed a GBM. Being a martial arts instructor he was a fit, healthy man. He has touched so many lives over his career, in fact we didn't realise just how many until we now see all the posts people are putting up on Facebook thanking him. Everyone his life touches, including the surgeons, nurses, and clinical staff at ONJ has been changed in some way. His surgeon now runs marathons due to speaking to Andrew.
He had the usual radiation and chemo but nothing, including trials at the ONJ centre has worked. He is now at home and will continue to be with his family. His legacy will live on in the students whose lives he helped change, and in his four schools that our family continue to run.