A Legacy of Solace

When my son Stephen McNulty died, he was a senior at Cathedral High School. I can’t even begin to write about the devastation or heartbreak that occurred. Instead, I want to tell you about the beautiful things that occurred and continue to happen since his death.

After Stephen died, we wanted to do something in his memory on his high school campus. Who knew that what began with a couple of pieces of scrap stone, a prayer and some hope would transformed into a beautiful piece of art with many stories to tell?



Love is something seldom found throughout a young man’s years in college. The one thing that remains consistent those four to seven years of an undergrad’s life is the love he shares with a cheap, toxic, plastic half gallon. It’s only $10 for you and your boys to have a great night sipping on the finest…


Forever Young, Wild, & Free

Props: Zach “ZachsonDeck” Decker On Friday, we buried a person that was hands-down one of the most unique individuals to ever walk this earth. Zach Decker or the self-proclaimed ZachsonDeck was one of the coolest people I’ve ever had the opportunity of meeting.  I’ve challenged some of Zach’s closest friends to write a condensed version…