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David Turner (58) talks with StoryCorps facilitator Luigi Villanueva (25) about his experiences during his time as a military police officer, a K9 handler, and an audio/visual stage technician. David also talks about how he deals with PTSD.
Teachers David Ferge (38) and Thomas Lott (69) talk about their time serving in the military, their thoughts on the current war, and their shared love of teaching.
Barry Dunleavy (88) speaks to his friend Maria "Mimi" Garten (71) about his experience in the United States Marine Corps during the Korean War, joining a seminary, and beginning an acting career in New York City.
Lisa Guglielmi (20) interviews her internship supervisor Alexandra Deegan (57) about her work for Ravensburger, a toy company, in Germany and the United States.
Jay Foreman (57) talks with his mentee, Ashley Mady (36), about his company, Basic Fun!, how he entered the toy industry, and his family.
Julie Kerwin (50) speaks with her friend and mentor David Kleeman (62) about the origins of her female action figure company, I Am Elemental.
David Wexler (37) talks with his friend and co-worker Glen Freyer (56) about growing up playing with his dad, the intersection of the toy and entertainment industries, and his work today in both industries.
Ashley Kalinske (35) interviews her father, Tom Kalinske, (75) about his career in children’s toys, developing Flintstone Chewable Vitamins, helping revive the Barbie brand, introducing the He-Man action figure, and helping Sega develop Sonic the Hedgehog.
Alan G. Hassenfeld [no age given] talks with his biographer, G. Wayne Miller (65), about Hasbro, its history as a family business, and his work today.