Historical Interview, Thomas Hostetler

Robert Boyle, age 16, interviews Thomas Hostetler, age 65, who is Robert’s Great Uncle about some of his life experiences. Some of which were employment struggles, creating a family, some of his best/worst memories, and struggles with faith.

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Veronica Fischmann and Jenni Lippold

One Small Step conversation partners Veronica (36) and Jenni (42) have a conversation about their backgrounds growing up and living in different places, their experiences living abroad in Italy, and their views on having diverse communities and perspectives in their...

My Dads Perspective of 9/11

In this interview I ask my dad a couple of questions about 9/11 and overall get his experience of what happened that day.

My Grandmas Perspective of 9/11

In this interview I ask questions about my grandma Maria’s experience about 9/11 and the tragedies she had to witness. We take a deep dive about her experience and what her moments were at the moment she witness the event.

Restaurant buisness

In this interview, I interview my dad, Mario Boccardi. I ask him questions about his job and what advice he gives to others who want to follow the same path. Take a listen!

Herpel, Joshua (Thanksgiving Interview 11/27/23)

I talked to Rusty Herpel who is 49 years old and he is my dad and we talked about his life and his work.

Brunner, Kate (Thanksgiving interview with my mom)

My mom Dana Boyd talks about her and her job in insurance. She explains how it changed her view on things and why she chose to do it. It also gives you a look on what insurance does for people.

Aubrey Dierking and Christine Gordon Sisk

Aubrey Dierking talks with her Aunt Christine Gordon Sisk about her job at the Illinois Manufacturers Association. Aubrey Dierking: 2023-11-05 20:29:20

Pat Day: Death and Bread of Life

Joayne, 48, interviews her Uncle Patrick, 77, about a death experience that led to the discovery and development of a lifelong hobby and a path of connection and service.