About a year after his wife died, Larry Hopkins started dating again, beginning with women he met through friends and family. But “the sparks just weren’t there,” says the 62-year-old retired sales and marketing manager. So when he got an email from online dating site eHarmony.com, he figured he’d give it a shot. A few weeks and some 400 “matches” later, Hopkins was sold. “It turned out to be an easier way to meet women,” he says. Read full story here.