Hear Me Now is a storytelling program at Providence, created in partnership with StoryCorps. Hear Me Now’s mission is to give patients, loved ones, and caregivers a sacred space to share their stories and make healthcare more humane.

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All Providence Interviews

Liz Farber and Justyna Raszewska

Liz, long time Providence caregiver reflects on her journey to become a social worker and how her spirituality has helped her serve hospice patients

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Jamez Terry and Susan Halvor

Jamez Terry (34) describes his experience in the variety trans road show and how the show impacted various communities and how he became a chaplain.

Fred Kacprzynski and Miriam Newcomb

Miriam talks with her grandfather about his life growing up in a Polish-American family in upstate New York, then going to college, serving in the Peace Corps in Chile, and working for the US forest Service.

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Wallace Smith and By Thao

Wallace Smith (82) is interviewed by By Thao (no age given) about his family history and early life in Alaska as well as his experiences teaching in Alaska.

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Brian Kuzel and Genevieve Osayame

Brian Kuzel (49) and Genevieve Osayame (56) discuss Brian's career in the church, what brought him to Alaska, his work abroad, and what the future holds.