Catherine Underhill Fitzpatrick, former reporter, award-winning journalist, feature writer and author of “A Matter of Happenstance” was our guest today on JOY Radio: People Inspiring People. Catherine grew up in St. Louis and graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism. Now retired, her 30-year career as a feature writer took her […]
7.20.11, 11:00 -11:30 AM ET, Pattie Welek Hall welcomes award-winning journalist Catherine Underhill Fitzpatrick, author of “A Matter of Happenstance”- a four-generation family saga set in St. Louis, Chicago, and New Orleans from the Gilded Age to the rock ‘n roll Fifties. Catherine graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism. In a […]
Trudy Harris, retired Hospice nurse, and author “Gllimpses of Heaven” and “More Glimpses of Heaven” spoke to our listeners on JOY Radio: People Inspiring People 7.6.11 about what happens when we pass from life to death. She shared heart-warming stories of the final days and moments of terminally ill and dying people. She […]
Send to Kindle This blog is dedicated in memory of Braxton Bennet Snyder: 1949-2011 I just received a phone call that a long-time friend passed away on Sunday. My heart is broken for the family and his loved ones. Brax is now in the arms of the angels and he’s pain-free. His authentic spirit will […]
I invite you to read my second article as Charleston Grief and Bereavement Examiner. Would love to hear your comments. Read article here.
Am thrilled to announce my first article as Charleston Grief and Bereavement Examiner was posted today. Read article here.
Send to Kindle I read a beautiful story this morning on Guideposts Magazine’s website. I invite you to read this mother’s heartwarming words and story. “How Will I Get to Heaven?” When her five-year-old son wonders about how he will get to heaven, a mother assures him he will soon be able to fly with […]
Send to Kindle A brain injury occurs ever 23 seconds in the United States. (BIA-USA, 2006) TBI is more prevalent in the US than breast cancer, HIV/AIDS, MS, and spinal chord injuries. (Center for Disease Control) 5.3 million Americans are currently living with disabilities resulting from TBI, and 80-90,000 join their ranks each year. (Center for […]