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- Providence 32
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 12
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 8
- Providence Home and Community Care Anaheim 7
- Voices of Freedom 3
- Providence Home and Community Care 3
- City of Decatur, Georgia 2
- Providence Hospice Portland 1
- Providence Texas 1
A walk through Helen Payne’s history and life stories through her eyes and words.
I ask my grandma about her father. Her father was a first-generation immigrant, and he worked two jobs.
A talk with Nancy Hill, a mother, Algebra teacher, (and someone who I thought is really funny and loved being around,) shares about the timeline of her life and touches on her childhood, career, toughest moments, proudest moments, as well...
I am Hannah Salgado (17) and I interviewed my dad, Ricardo Salgado,(55). My dad talks about the passing of his dad at a young age and how it impacted his family and his own values. He gave insight into how...
Elaine tells Luke about her childhood and talks about her ancestors.
Gave a speech about the power of questions. Used this as an example with Peter Aleman.
Nathan Kollar (born in 1938) discusses growing up outside of Pittsburgh, PA and his adventures and family over almost 100 years of life.
I hope you enjoyed listening to mom and me having a discussion about life.
My interview with my Great Uncle Steve was nothing short of spectacular. I learned a lot about his interesting life story and was able to discover the secrets of how to live a long and happy life. We talked about...
My Grandpa is a God loving man who loves and cares deeply for his family. He is my biggest inspiration for everything I do.
I find out a little bit of my family tree and what I was like as a little kid.
She talked about her favorite and least memories with the people she loves. She also talked about how she changed for the better and for herself.
Barbara grew up in a small town in Ohio. In the interview, we talked about her childhood, and about what her parents were like. We also talked about what my mother was like growing up.
I have interviewed my grandmother about her childhood from 1941 to 1945, during WW2. She was nine or ten when the war ended in 1945.
We talked about my grandma's childhood in the area of family and school. Towards the end, I learned that my grandma wanted to be remembered as an inspirational grandma.