Comments and Thank You's
2330 E. 99th Street
Chicago, IL 60617
Thank you for taking the time to speak at Banner Academy South’s “March Madness” event on March 20, 2013. Our career fair was the best it’s ever been, and your presence was very much appreciated by all of our students and staff.
Your discussion of your own past as an “LD student”, and the story of your path towards becoming a successful Art Therapist was very inspirational to our students and staff. We were still discussing your story at the end of the day. You truly “left your mark” on our Banner community, and for that we are grateful.
Thanks again, and please stay in touch with our Banner community. You are welcome back anytime. We wish you good luck and success in all of your future endeavors.
Banner Academy South – Teacher
Sent: Thursday, May 3, 2012 9:30 AM
Subject: Thank You
This is Jay, Jillian's Dad. I just wanted to thank you again for the wonderful job you did on my tattoo, you are truly a gifted man!
You forgot to give me some of your cards, I know alot of Harley riders and you can't beat word of mouth!
I don't know what kind of deal you and Jill had worked out, I just hope it was worth your time!
I would like to come in and thank you again, and pick up some of your cards!
Eric your a great artists that goes without saying, but your one hell of a nice guy as well!
Eric and Jay, Jillian's Dad
Through his nonprofit Sacred Transformations, Spruth offers his services free of charge to
anyone willing to fill out the in-depth application and to work through the consultation and art development
process, which takes six to eight months. The client is asked to research ideas and come
up with an image or symbol that represents his new life. Volunteer artists submit designs for review,
and when everything is finalized the new image is superimposed over the old, with elements from
the original design often incorporated into the new one. The lengthy, reflective process is therapeutic
and an essential part of the “sacred transformation.”