Eric McElroy Death – Eric McElroy, a resident of Manteno, Illinois, and an Anatomy Physical Fitness Coach has passed away. He was announced dead by his wife in a social media post that read “At 10:45 pm tonight, my sweet Eric took his last breath. Olivia and I were here to hold his hand and it happened pretty quickly. Our lives are forever changed as there will be a hole in our hearts that can never be filled. They say time heals all, but right now I can’t think of an amount of time suitable for that.”
What was Eric McElroy?
Eric McElroy passed away following a courageous battle with leukemia (cancer). He had a swollen leg which couldn’t allow him to walk. His wife confirmed this in a post that read “Unfortunately, they can’t quite figure out what is causing the swelling and pain in his legs. The swelling has gotten pretty intense and is at his toes and all the up to his thighs now.”
Who was Eric McElroy?
Eric McElroy was a resident of Manteno, Illinois, and a native of Bradley, Illinois. He went to Iroquois West High School and studied at Kankakee Community College, according to his social media profile. He was an employee at Life Time Orland Park and a beloved husband to his wife Jami Wilken McElroy since 2005. He was loved and cherished by his brother Aron McElroy and his sister Laura McElroy Redenius.
He was a cousin to Kristine Neuby and Danielle DeRosier. Eric was a caring father to his three wonderful children. He was an expert in holistic pain management and postural alignment. Inspired by Strength Sensei, Eric offers one of the most effective postural correction and soft tissue therapy programs in the Midwest.
Eric’s journey through life was enriched by his role as a loving husband and a devoted father. His commitment to his family was unwavering, and his love formed the cornerstone of their lives. As a husband, he shared in the joys and challenges, providing unwavering support and companionship to Jami. Beyond his roles as a husband and father, Eric’s impact was felt throughout the community. His friendly demeanor and genuine interest in others made him a natural friend to many.