Learning to walk again was the easy part. Learning to live again was the challenge.
DALLAS (PRWEB) July 16, 2019
Written from a father's perspective, Publishers Weekly says, "'FINDING THEO: A Fathers True Story of Loss, Courage, and Discovery' by Timothy Krause delivers a stirring account of his son Theo's severe spinal injury from a mountain biking accident." Told he had a broken neck, needed immediate surgery, and would probably never walk again, Krause recounts in candid prose the feelings of helplessness as parents, the emotional roller-coaster of progress and setbacks, and a determined young man who refused to give up.
A thought provoking narrative, John Stankey, CEO, WarnerMedia says, "Finding Theo restores the faith in the goodness of people and something bigger than all of us."
No ordinary miracle tale, this inspiring memoir of a parent's worst nightmare unmasks a vigilant world of complete strangers coming together in a courageous battle for life against an unthinkable future. What were the chances that these particular people from around the globe would converge at the right place at the right time? Was it, perhaps, fate?
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About the Author
Timothy Krause spent thirty years in the world of high technology, ultimately serving as chief marketing officer of one of the world’s largest suppliers of telecommunications products and services. The son of a preacher, Timothy lives at the crossroads of science, religion, and the arts. Finding Theo represents the culmination of a journey precipitated by a horrifying accident in which these worlds collided.
Today he is a member of the Deloitte Consulting Game Changer Program. He also provides leadership, business strategy, marketing, and business development advice as an independent consultant, and is a popular motivational speaker.
He is a director of the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort and is a passionate supporter of Our Friends Place, a Dallas based nonprofit dedicated to helping young women break the generational cycles of abuse, neglect, and poverty. He holds a BA in physics from William Jewell College, which in 2015 awarded him its highest honor for distinguished alums, the Citation of Achievement. He also holds the MBA in business management from the University of Dallas.
Timothy met his wife, Jorja, a music education major, during a college choir tour. Together they have raised two children, lived and worked abroad in Paris, France, and currently reside in Dallas, Texas.
About Theo Krause
Theo Krause is the head concierge at a Landmark Hotel in Washington, DC. Previously, he worked for Ritz Carlton Hotels. He worked as a professional snowboard instructor for Vail Resorts and continues on a seasonal basis, having successfully passed the Professional Ski Instructors of America and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI) Level 3 Certification in 2015, two years after his mountain biking accident.
Theo has been nominated five times for the Ritz Carlton’s Five Star award, the hotelier’s top service award, and has received the award twice. He was runner up as employee of the year in 2017. Theo speaks to a range of audiences about his experience in recovery and his passion for great service. He also joins his father for speaking events.
Theo received a B.A. in international business with a minor in economics and a B.S. in French from the University of Denver in 2010. He also studied one year at University Dauphine in Paris, France, in 2009. He recently moved to Washington, D.C. together with his adopted cat, Oliver.