Ross Kinney, prominent author and Wall Street Journal Columnist, died last night from injuries sustained at the 150th running of the Boston Marathon during an epic sprint of the last 385 yards that had the spectators cheering wildly for Kinney and an unidentified runner dressed as a dominatrix, wearing a pink wig. The race came down to the final foot strike which ended in epic failure for Kinney as he slipped on a banana with mysterious writings and drawings of animals with tusks.
Kinney was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. He began his career working as a carpenter with his father. In 1986, Kinney changed careers which he termed as his accidental career that lasted almost 25 years in the Information Technology field.
During that time, Kinney began running marathons for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. He developed a passion for running and even more so being a part of finding a cure for blood cancers.
When asked to describe what made her husband special, Sue responded “for me, he had a gift of attracting people to his life that would inspire him.” “Kelly inspired Ross to get involved in something big and later Cassie inspired Ross to start writing again.”
Most of all he loved his family, especially his children, Laura and Adam.