In loving memory of Eric J. Brosterhous
7/24/85 – 5/29/18
All great athletes have a few things in common. They have a competitive drive to do whatever it takes to win, they are set-motivated to work hard at becoming their best, and they put their team first before themselves. Eric J. Brosterhous was given the gift of being a great athlete in multiple sports, mainly focusing on football, baseball. And basketball. He instilled these core traits into his everyday life, which later become important during his battle with cancer. Throughout Eric’s battles with testicular and brain cancer, he continue to inspire others with his positive attitude, strong faith and sense of humor. Throughout his life, even when he was going through his toughest battles, he always made it a priority to enjoy the things he loved. Oregon Duck Football games and Lake of the Woods were two places he enjoyed most with his wife Michelle, Family, and Friends. We are grateful for the lessons he taught us and the memories he gave us. His most important lessons, which will become his legacy, is to not take life too seriously, live each day to the fullest, fight like hell when you need to, and never give up hope.
“People that know me, know that my priorities are God, Family, and Oregon Duck Football” – Eric J. Brosterhous