Marianne Gouveia, President

Greg Eckerman, Treasurer

Robert Francis Gruler JR., Esq. Secretary 

Susan Grau, Evidential Medium

Dr. Kathleen Benjamin Ricard, Traditional and Holistic Medicine

Patricia Kincaid, Media Relations

Dr. Denise Campagnolo, Board of Advisors

Gregory Joseph Eckerman, Treasurer

Greg was Eric’s stepfather.  A mechanical engineer by training, Greg left the Aerospace world over 20 years ago to pursue a career in Business Process Improvement, based on training and implementation of Lean Six Sigma methodologies across a wide variety of industries, world-wide.

In 18 years as Eric’s stepdad he had the joy of watching Eric grow into a sensitive, fun-loving, adventurous young man, full of promise and big dreams.  He also felt the frustration of watching the corrosive effects of Eric’s opioid addiction through repeated cycles of recovery and relapse.

Since Eric’s death, Greg has worked to comprehend what happened and try to find a way to honor Eric by doing something positive with his grief.  He still has more questions than answers.  He wrestles frequently with the concerns and guilt over what he didn’t do that he could have and did do that he shouldn’t have and the limitations, real and self-imposed, of the step parent’s role.

Robert Francis Gruler JR, Esq., Secretary 

Robert was Eric’s older brother.  He was admitted to the Arizona State Bar in 2013 and the California State Bar ins 2015. Robert is also admitted in Federal Court in the District of Arizona and has being awarded the distinction of being in the Nations Top 1% of Attorneys awarded by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel.

Robert’s primary focus in criminal defense is DUI and allegation of driving while impaired. Robert believes a vigorous defense is essential to protecting all citizens’ rights and upholding the traditions embodied by the Bill of Rights. Robert was born in Arizona and attended Arizona State University and Brophy College Preparatory where he was regional champion and captain of the wrestling team.

Dr. Denise Campagnolo, Nuerologist

Dr. Denise Campagnolo received her Doctor of Medicine degree from The Ohio State University College of Medicine and completed her residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at New Jersey Medical School ( Rutgers).  Afterwards, she completed a post-graduate fellowship and obtained her Masters Degree in Neuroscience .  She practiced for 17 years in the neuroscience area. She is a recognized national thought leader in the field of Multiple Sclerosis, with a  subspecialty Board Certification in Spinal Cord Medicine. She has co-edited a text book entitled Spinal Cord Medicine (Second Ed). Over the past 8 years Dr Campagnolo has worked in the bio-pharmaceutical industry , where she has been involved in research and drug development for Multiple Sclerosis.  Dr. Campagnolo has taken a strong interest in EricsHouse with an emphasis on uncovering new approaches to finding cures for mental illness as a result of the loss of her son to suicide.