Dad. One word. Three letters. But dads can mean so much. How often do you just stop what you’re doing, and say: “Thanks, dad, for everything.” Chances are that it’s not nearly enough. That’s why we’d like to take an opportunity to introduce you to some truly awesome dads who skilfully balance their busy lives to always make time for their family. This is no small feat, and these gentlemen are truly Super Dads!
Josh Braff describes himself as dad first and artist second. The author of The Unthinkable Thoughts of Jacob Green and Peep Show also enjoys abstract painting, photography, documentary filmmaking and music. Click here to read more!
When you know that Dennis Leary grew up as one of seven siblings, then it’s not so shocking that he and wife Kristin, who recently celebrated their 20th anniversary, make nine in their family. Yes, seven kids. He says, “Kristin is a blessing to me and our seven beautiful kids and is the driving force behind what makes our family so special.” Click here to read more!
Dr. Jeremy Ringewald, pediatric cardiologist, spends most days at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital caring for kids who were born with congenital heart defects. As a husband and father of three, he finds it rewarding to help give other parents the gift of time with their children. Click here to read more!
As principal of Woodmont Charter School in Temple Terrace, Steve Epstein is not only shaping the lives of his three sons, Brett, Zach and Reid, but those of his students. Click here to read more!
Kamerion Wimbley, defensive end for the Tennessee Titans, loves attending dog shows, working on websites, and building companies from the ground up. Click here to read more!
Jay Pancholy grew up in Tallahassee and has lived in South Tampa for nine years. A radiologist, he attended Emory University. His wife Susan is a nurse, and their twins Aidan and Riley are 6. Click here to read more!
Meet Evan Brownstein— Nicholson and Penelope’s dad, Suzanne’s husband, and Howard and Elaine’s son. This senior director of marketing for Checkers and Rally’s Restaurants loves calling the Tampa Bay area home, relocating from NYC 7½ years ago! “This is the brightest place in America in so many ways – 351 days of sunshine, smart, innovative, and optimistic.” Click here to read more!
Carter Gaddis, a lifetime member of the Baseball Writers Association of America, with Hall of Fame voting privileges, has found another creative outlet. He started DadScribe.com in 2012 as a creative outlet and a platform to tell stories about his 24 years as a sportswriter. It has morphed into an online journal where he covers interesting issues and tells fun stories about his family: wife of 10 years Beth and sons Jay and Chris. Click here to read more!