Tuesday, December 2, 2008
Suicide By Georgia NPRA member Sunday, November 30, 2008, 7:10 PM Dear Concerned Parent: The board of the NPRA is sad to report the suicide early this morning of one of our members, a loving father, Gregory Eisenhauer. Greg lived in Alpharetta, Georgia and is survived by his three young children, Katie, John Patrick and David. After a horrible three year court battle in Fulton County Georgia, Greg finally received the judge's decision on Wednesday the day before Thanksgiving. That decision stripped him of any decision making in his children's lives and relegated him to "visitor" status with approximately 15% parenting time. Greg was a pillar of the community, and despite the many false allegations perpetrated upon him (as is usual in these cases) he remained committed to gaining shared custody of his children. His former wife's attorneys, Nancy Lawler and Pilar Prinz, of Lawler Green Givelber & Prinz LLC, in Atlanta did a brilliant job along with the aid, assistance and complicity of the Guardian ad litem, Susan Hurst; the Court Evaluator, Elizabeth King and the children's counselor Sandy Bastianello in breaking this father, financially and emotionally and casting aspersions on his good name. Greg was a wonderful, involved and loving father at all times. Judge Bensonetta Lane decided to rubber stamp the Court appointed evaluators rather than listen to the NPRA independent evaluators. Dr. Monty Weinstein and Karen Wagner testified as to Greg's fitness as a parent and the need to grant him shared parenting in the children's best interest. Please keep Greg and his children in your prayers. He will be truly missed. There will be a memorial service for him with details to follow. Sincerely, Dr. Monty Weinstein and Karen Wagner www.npra.info Fulton County Georgia Superior Court Judge Bensonetta Tipton Lane http://www.fultoncourt.org/sca200807/judges/superior-court-judges/a-l/bensonetta-tipton-lane.html
All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed.
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident. Arthur Schopenhauer, German Philosopher 1788-1860