EHP’s beloved driver, Richard Cerrutti, passed away on July 8, 2013. We are devastated by his loss but are driven forward by the legacy that he leaves behind. He was a gentle soul with an infectious laugh and smile. He wore his heart on his sleeve and with his amazing sense of compassion, would give anyone on the street, the shirt off of his back. He believed in paying it forward. He spent many years struggling to get his life right and saw EHP as his second chance. He shared his lessons learned with many going through similar problems and always had a shoulder to cry on, and an ear to listen, available. He was a simple man who didn’t hold value in material possessions but rather, enjoyed spending time outdoors with his dog Blue, riding his bike, chatting with friends, spending time with his family, spreading joy wherever he went. He loved EHP and his job and it was transparent to everyone he met. It was impossible to not like Richard. He was friends with many EHP donors, volunteers, community leaders and clients. He was a true representative of all of EHP’s core values. We will miss him dearly but he will never be forgotten as he touched every soul that he met. We love you Richard. Rest in peace.
EHP's youth program will be dedicated in Richard's honor and loving memory of him. The program was dear to him and he believed in trying to make a difference in the community by changing the lives of disadvantaged youth. If you are interested in making a donation in memory of Richard for the EHP youth program, please contact the office at (650) 323-7781 or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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