I would like to be remembered for the good I have done. For the people I have helped while working in the Emergency Services world; for the kids of strangers I have helped when my kids brought home strays; for my children who have grown to be good people in their own right with kids of their own. When I say 'I' I mean we, as my wife has been right there alongside me since we were teenagers.

I understand however that I will only be remembered by the world outside of my immediate family for my transgressions, both real and fancied.

Bill the Bard said it perfectly:

The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interr'd with their bones.