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  1. I met Mike during one of my summers working at our PC hockey camp. I remember that bling how he always had a smile on his face and was a lot of fun to talk with. It’s great to see a fellow alum do so well and do it by being so authentic. Congrats on your journey Mike!

    Marc Suderman PC ’02

  2. Always looked forward to Mike Leonard’s stories on the TODAY show because of his perspective and special ability to show the real side of people and their lives. He interviewed one of those everyday people, my 100 year old cousin Ursela from Lubec, Maine for the millennial segment , where the sun rises first on the East Coast of the US.

    My husband is a Providence Alumnus also. Go Friars!

  3. Mike’s is a great inspirational story for finding your passion, and use it to make a difference in the lives of others. #Dominicans #GoFriars! ’74

  4. I see this guy Mike Leonard walking around Winnetka a lot. He’s friendly and will talk with anyone willing. The few times I’ve engaged him, I found it hard to spin out of his verbal vortex. You can tell he played a lot of hockey; his crooked nose indicates he must’ve lost his share of fights. He uses the word ‘whiffle’ a lot also. Odd. Anyway, very inspiring story and thanks for publishing.

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