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Marion Kaslon talks to her daughters, Karen Schlam and Terri Gilbert, about her family history in Brooklyn, her father’s business savvy and meeting and marrying their father.
Phyllis Gunther (80) talks to her two sons, Bram Gunther (47) and Matt Gunther (44) about the experience of being burned as a child and the impact that has had on her life, her husband, children and grandchildren.
Father tells his daughter about growing up in Milwaukee, his travels and his work.
Carol Chadwick (78) talks to her daughters Patty Jones (44) and Cathy Chadwick (49) about growing up on an Indian Reservation and meeting her late husband.
Nancy Bentley (63) interviews her husband, John Atkinson (67) about his life, focusing on his health issues with eczema and asthma, his work in the Peace Corps, and his favorite family memories.
Leslie Burger (58) talks with her husband Alan (Buddy) Burger (59) about their forty year friendship, their childhood antics, and surviving both of their cancer diagnoses.
Jeff Manassero, 24, interviews his father, John Michael Manassero, 63, about his life.
Kathrina is interviewed by her daughters Breanna and Alexandra about her childhood and motherhood.
Robin Sunbeam (62) tells facilitator Daniel Littlewood (32) about traveling, her daughter, Sudharma Kumari’s life and death.
Katherine Shaw (47) and wife Carol Graham (54) talk about their sons, who passed away in accidents in their early 20s.
Melvin interviews his wife Allyson about growing up in Washington D.C. and their life together.
woman remembers her father who recently passed, interviewed by boyfriend
Susan Colliton, 56, interviews her friend and co-worker Dolly Vanderlip Ozburn, 73, about how she came to be part of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball league and the advice she received from her father.
Emilie speaks with her husband Matthieu about immigrating from France to New York for work. He speaks about their difficulties and identity.
Kanwal Prakash (aka KP) (68) tells his friend Richard Hamilton (80) about surviving the violent partition of India and Pakistan in 1947, and later coming to American to become an architect.
Ruth Enders talks with her granddaughter, Erin Chrusciel, about how she raised nine children and what life as a military wife is like.
Michael Brant DeMaria (48) and his father Francesco DeMaria (81) talk about fathers, sons, art and life.
Martin Lieberman (52) interviews his friend and fellow Human Rights Campaign volunteer, Lawrie Demorest (56) about her father, her children and their friendship . Lawrie and Martin also talk about volunteering for the Human Rights Campaign.
Lily Horio (81) talks with her friend Shari Tamashiro (38) about her family and growing up in Hawaii during WWII.
Nancy interviews her father, John, about growing up on a ranch as a child, being a farmer/rancher, and the flooding of the family ranch.