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DeAnne Hart (78) and Fred Mindlin (64) talk about the founding and history of the Pajaro Valley Arts Council.
Collin (40) and Cleo (50) talk with one another about their lives, activism, and being gay in the South.
Adena Anderson (100) tells granddaughter Erica Anderson (20) of her life during the Great Depression, describes her favorite memories of her siblings and late husband, and shares her secret to living to age 100.
Karl Friedman (86) is interviewed by his colleague and friend Maurice Shevin (58) about his involvement in the Jewish community and Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham.
Congressman Vernon J. Ehlers, 75, by his daughter, Marla Ehlers, 42, about his parents that came over through great hardship from the Netherlands and then how he became involved in politics.
Senator Tim Mathern, 60 interviews his friend and former teacher William Weiler, 80, about mentors in WW’s life, WW’s involvement in the Catholic Church and about family.
Suzanne Nikolaisen (39) interviews her father, Henry J. Johnson Jr. (82) about his career in aeronautical engineering.
Sheila Smith is interviewed by her daughter, Dana White about her ex husband, Damon White, his death, and being a single parent and raising two.
We talked about MaryAnn’s early childhood memories growing up on her family farm. We reminisced about how she met, married and raised three children.
Joel D. Lusk and colleagues Cynthia Abeyta and Maceo Martinet talk about their work as biologists and the influences in their own lives that led them to the work they are engaged in. Cynthia and Maceo talk about being Latinos...
Darlene Lodge, 80, talks with her daughter, Lynn Payne, 56, about growing up in Cedar Rapids, Iowa during the Depression and about her marriages to Lynn’s father and to Donald Lodge.
Theresa Lothspeich, 76, talks with brother Sylvan Loegering, 71, about their memories of growing up on a farm with 12 other siblings.
Barry Benepe talks to his son Adrian Benepe about growing up with a love of nature, his process of learning about art, and the Greenmarket in New York that he founded
Connie Evans (48) interviews coworker Dr. Paul Nussbaum (62) about his parents’ immigration from Poland, growing up Orthodox Jewish in Brooklyn, becoming a doctor, and raising a family.
Tahir Mansour (74) is interviewed by his granddaughter Leyla Mansour-Cole (21) about his family’s life in Palestine as a child and his journey to the US to pursue a college education.
Frederick Earl DeCamp, 91, by his niece, Cynthia Betts, 61, about growing up near the Grand Coulee Dam and being in the air force.
Erika Lutzner is interviewed by Jenny Pachucki about her husband John Grabowski who was killed during the 9/11 WTC Attacks.
Charlotte Kellar (92) talks to her friend, Ann Reinhard (48) about growing up in the Bronx, and getting interested in acting and writing later in her life. Charlotte and Ann also talk about how they met through DOROT’s Friendly Visiting...
James King, 81, and his wife, Mary Lou, 79, talk about their life in Alaska and raising birds.
Michele Gray (51) interviews her daughter Georgia Gray (17) about living life without her sister, Ruby Gray, and Georgia's next steps for travel and college. They each share memories of Ruby's life.
Manuela Velasquez (23) interviews Robert "Bob" Holmes (77) about his career, his work with homeless individuals, and the personal impact his work has had on him.
Life Partners Walter Davis (64) and Bill Fields (55) talk about the one room school houses, the Peace Corps, their Unitarian Universalist Church, and other places where they’ve found a sense of community and what the word means to them.
Linda Tirico (57) speaks with Erin Dickey, Facilitator, about the progress of her work life and her current unemployment. Her theme was to discuss who she is today.