Dawn Burke reflects when Death Becomes HR

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A few weeks ago my father, Ken Hrdlica, suddenly died.  It was awful.

He was 69 and very cool.  He was well-known in the community, so much so that the local news ran on three separate broadcasts that he passed.  He was a businessman, actor, singer, church contributor, sports lover; an all around renaissance guy.  And funny.  And he never met a stranger.  Several people told me that he always made you feel you were the only person in the room—the type of guy who made you believe you could achieve anything. How rare and wonderful.

Read the whole post at Dawn Burke’s HR Insomniac (an FOT contributor blog)