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Katie Koepke and Amanda Edwards

Coworkers and friends Katie Koepke (43) and Amanda Edwards (40) discuss their work as a nurse and social worker, their experiences with dying patients, and the healthcare system in the United States.

Kevin and Alexa reflect on palliative care fellowship

Kevin and Alexa are both physicians completing a subspecialty fellowship in palliative medicine. In this interview, they reflect on their experiences as medical residents and fellows.

Randy Tobias and Stefani Priskos

Stefani Priskos (26) speaks with Randy Tobias (61) about his involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the threshold of living and dying in North Carolina. This conversation was held via Zoom due to...

Interview with Mary Beth Reckmeyer, NP

This interview with Mary Beth Reckmeyer, NP, touches on the timeline of her 40+ year nursing career. She discusses her passion for caring for the elderly, her interest in mentoring new nurses and nurse practitioners, her vision for the future,...

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Scott Kehoe and Amy Novit

Scott (51 y.o.) and Amy (51 y.o.) talk about the loss of their child to cancer, their experience as parents dealing with terminal illness, sibling support, and hospice care.

Susan Siegel and Stefani Priskos

Stefani Priskos (26) speaks with Susan Siegel (64) about her involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the threshold of living and dying in North Carolina. This conversation was held via Zoom due to...

Dr. Roland Summit & Dr. Glen Komatsu

Dr. Summit talks with his friend, Dr. Komatsu about his work as a psychiatrist and his late wife Jo and their shared love of repairing carousel horses. They also discuss how they met when Jo was on hospice with TrinityCare...

Terra Morgan and Julia Baker

Terra shares with colleague, Julia, how a series of doors kept opening and drawing her that led her to chaplaincy and hospice work. How she has found hospice work to be incredibly rewarding.

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David Murkison and Ellen Murkison

Ellen Murkison (42) interviews her husband David Murkison (42) about how the accident of their sons impacted their lives and their son's journey to recover.

Nanci Friedmann & Scott Acord

Nanci speaks about her experience working at a retirement home for priests during COVID. She highlights the importance of building trusting relationships. the reciprocal nature of love, and importance of self-care.

Joy Williamson and Stefani Priskos

Stefani Priskos (26) speaks with Joy Williamson (70) about her involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the thresholds of living and dying in North Carolina. This conversation was held via Zoom due to...

A Social Worker’s Journey to Serving America’s Heroes

A social worker from the Department of Veterans Affairs shares his fondest memories and talks about his path to becoming a social worker as well as his experiences with the We Honor Veterans program and how he became chair of...

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Sherry Hayes and Stephanie Williams

Stephanie Williams (59) interviews her colleague and friend Sherry Hayes (61) about her long career as a nurse, hers many years working at Providence and how she takes care of herself and others.

From my Aunt’s Perspective #GSUDeathF19

Discussing my dad and grandparents’ death along with the memories we shared.

Peter Lucero & Dr. Doug Wilson

Peter shared with his doctor, Doug Wilson, a little bit about his life and childhood and a recent experience he had involving Dr. Wilson. Peter recently died and came back with CPR and it has had profound affect on his...

Karen Bell and Rick Warren

Karen and Rick sit to discuss the early days of hospice care and how far it has come in the last 40 years.

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Anna Seaver and Beth Gafur

RN Beth Gafur (56) interviews her fellow hospice nurse Anna Seaver (67) about how personal bereavement with loss of young son, Randy, led to her nursing career. They discuss learning from their experiences of end of life care.

Interview with Arthur “Art” Jacobs

infinity Hospice Care works in partnership with StoryCorps to interview our terminally ill patients.  It is a privilege for us to be able to record their stories so that future generations can learn and benefit from their experience.