enter into the world of law enforcement so that she may serve and protect all the Blair Holts of the world.
Ronald and Anne Nance-Holt still struggle each day to overcome their pain. But at least now, given all the wondrous work they’ve done in their son's name and memory, they’re coming to a level of closure that they could have never imagined in 2007.
“Blair’s death,” reflected Ronald Holt, “actually became the spark that lit the flame for organizations across America to really move to action. He would be proud.”
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