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Living in interesting times. Choosing to be caring and friendly. It’s the simple things that matter.
Susan and Darrell Carr in Remembrance of their son, my friend, Justin Carr
Carol Zielke share her story of loss and how her faith and community has helped her.
This is an interview with open ended questions based off of the topic of grief. Since I had lost someone close to me, I wanted to see what others perspectives were and what they believed in. So I asked my...
i interviewed my best friend, Aleigha Fitch, about our friend Daveon Harris who passed away.
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Flushing, Michigan , Aarika Hopson (15) interviews her mother Janet Hopson (51) about her life as a preachers daughter living in Detroit, Michigan with seven sisters and a loving family. At 3:50,...
My grandfather, Jim, met my grandmother, Jolene, in his freshman year of high school and his first impression of her was of a talkative, energetic person. They became friends and then started dating after college. Jolene completed him: he was...
Mike and Jeanne talk about their friendship that started from sharing grief in the loss their loved ones.
Losing her mom at 22, Kris Wade had to adjust to a different life at an early age. Being motherless had long-lasting effects and created a more resilient person in the end. It dramatically shaped the way Kris chose to...
This interview was recorded in Massillon, Ohio on November 29th, 2019. Melissa Zeneri describes her favorite memories of childhood, to adult hood.
Raymond Chodor’s Interview for Fall 2019 University of Pittsburgh Navigating Grief & Loss Final Project
Carmella speaks of her Italian background, loss of her husband and explains the special connection she has to St. Jude.
Family stories and deep questions.
My dad lost his mom and his brother, so he had to learn how to cope and keep their memory alive in his future.
This interview is about my mother, I interviewed her about the loss of her mother, who would’ve been my grandma that I never got to experience meeting.
Hank Hunt [no age given] and his longtime friend and colleague Fran Tilton Shelton (64) discuss the loss of Fran’s husband Bob to Alzheimer’s. They discuss Bob’s work as a pastor and being beloved by his community.
This is a story from my grandmother who speaks about the suicide and life of her second child and eldest son Jesse Junior Gardner lll
We discuss how death and grief is docterined within Black communities in America and the taboo behind it.
Discussing my dad and grandparents’ death along with the memories we shared.
I conducted an interview with my son to fulfill requirements for a college course. I chose him to touch on a subject that is often ignored, which is the grief a child feels when a parent passes.