Jeff Rothenberg readily shares his passions for his work as a surgeon and his advocation of glass art and explains how they balance in his life. When asked to honor Dick Lugar’s greatest achievements and 36 years of service to Indiana in glass, how did Jeff use his knowledge of chemistry and anatomy? He tells the story… See also Joani Rothenberg life Story.
Joani Rothenberg, an Art Therapist, explains how the process of art gave her more freedom for expression as an individual, a common language and interest in her marriage and a way to bring positive energy back into the environment for the cancer patients she serves. See Also, Jeff Rothenberg.
The career test back in 1976 said she would either be a good priest or a YM/YWCA director. Which path did she take and what did Jane Pauley have to do with it? Michelle Goodrich tells the story.
While arranging to take grandparenthing classes, Steve Hamilton gets the spark of an idea for a book from his iPhone and then begins the process of creating a legacy of love and respect.
Raised in Boswell, Tony Trimble brought the compassion and humanity of small town Indiana to his work as a psychologist at the Indiana Youth Center in Plainfield, his current work as a history professor at Ivy Tech, and as a well educated citizen of the world.
Fresh, tart cherries, a flock of hungry birds, gifts of lemons and seeds for the future. Ken Oguss tells the story of how fathers pass along the legacy of love to their sons and daughters.
After a childhood in Martinsville, North Carolina, reading plays and dreaming of being a teacher of drama, Frances faced the frightening real life drama of serious heath issues. When Frances and her husband Rick came to Indianapolis they found job opportunities, medical expertise and a good life together.
Not too long ago a trio of young girls learned about leadership, creativity and the joys of playing in the natural environs along the White River in Noblesville. As told by Victoria Aline Houghtalen.
Pete Freeman tells the first of a series of life stories about being introverted and deciding for himself at the age of six that it was okay! Part 1 – Runaway.
An unlocked farmhouse in Morgan County. A blizzard in April 1960. Dozens of people without power, water or food. What did they do? Diana Chamness tells the story.