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High school sweethearts revisit the road to how their life experiences led to starting OC’s first direct estate tea company
Talks about growing up all over the country, finding your “home,” relationship with parents, and hope for the future.
Moms infertility and how it lead to adoption and being a new parent
George served in Vietnam 1967-68 as a Marine. He is the Veteran Services Administrator for Cornerstone Hospice in Central Florida.
Annette Walker, President of City of Hope Orange County, explains why City of Hope is expanding into this community.
The difference in schooling and all sorts of things between the time of the 80’s and the 2000’s. We cover topics from transportation to fashion.
Grandparents history and parents lives . High school romance and marriage . Teaching life and volunteer life. Stories about Phil. Legacy wishes.
Elton Louie talks about his journey in the realm of fashion, design, and more. In this episode, the Santa Ana-based creative goes in depth into what it means to create and gives advice to those looking to follow a similar...
Kristen Howerton interviews her son Kembe about the experience of surviving the Haiti earthquake and immigrating to the US at age 3.
Paige Glasser discusses her upbringing and how it informs her career and life.
Mark and A G had a wide ranging conversation about the history of Orange County agriculture: past, present and future, including some of their experiences as lifelong regional farmers
Interview by Dr. Janet Woods and Governor Mark Aaron.
Mila talks to her parents about what it was like to get the vaccine
Dr. Bobbi Alba shares her new inspirational memoir about multiple sudden atypical losses. Topics include: cancer, loss of child, domestic violence, mental illness, homelessness, alcoholism, pet loss, transgender youth, and leaving a living legacy.
Avra and Al talk about our lives in Orange County and significant moments in our life.
Nancy Cypert (78) talks about illnesses that afflicted her best friend and killed her husband; and her appreciation for TrinityCare Hospice.
On April 22, 2018, Kaylee and Brenda met to talk about Brenda’s childhood and life experiences. As they sat in Brenda’s living room in Orange County, they also talked a little bit about Kaylee’s aspirations.
One Small Step conversation partners Alexander "Alex" Graziani (49) and La Verne Diggs [no age given] talk about the various places they've lived, the role of education in shaping communities, and the role of government in helping citizens.
A moment to discuss some of my mother's view points and growing up with her family.
Southern California Hospice Foundation executive director, Michelle Wulfestieg and development specialist, Dana Howorth discusses their story, purpose and the Heavenly Home Project.