Although land surveyor Danny Cahill is an inspirational figure to countless people aiming to lose weight, he’s also a married father of a 10-year-old son and an 8-year-old daughter. So Cahill’s using his new-found celebrity status as winner of "The Biggest Loser" to inspire fathers.
GLEASON World Scene Writer
1/9/2010 3:20 PM
OWASSO - Danny Cahill weighed 430 pounds
when he entered NBC’s “The Biggest Loser” contest. By the time the 40-year-old
nabbed the $250,000 grand prize in early December, the Broken Arrow land
surveyor had dropped 239 pounds.
Although Cahill is an inspirational
figure to countless people aiming to lose weight, he’s also a married father of
a 10-year-old son and an 8-year-old daughter. So Cahill’s using his new-found
celebrity status to inspire other fathers.
Saturday morning, a slim
Cahill, who’s now an in-demand motivational speaker, stood in front of more than
120 people all gathered inside the Owasso Chick-fil-A for an All Pro Dad event.
All Pro Dad is a national organization “helping men to become better fathers,”
according to its Web site.
At the outset of Cahill’s approximately
15-minute speech, he said, “One of the biggest reasons why I even decided to
change my life was because of my kids.
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