UUFE’s Mary Dunlavey answers the Five Big Questions Where were you raised, and how? I was raised in a prison town, Attica, New York until age 10. It was my mother’s home; my dad was a city guy from Buffalo.
UUFE’s David Stevens meditates on the Five Big Questions and his art in wood and glass, kids and grandkids, and the secrets of home selling. UU liFE: Where were you raised, and how? David: I grew up in Kalamazoo,
UUFE’s Michele Drostin answers the Five Big Questions and tells about living on the water, schooling on the water, working on the water, moving back to the water. And the day Eve sailed the waters and came into the world.
With mere mention of his epic 28,000-mile ocean voyage, UUFE’s Ken Court tells instead of growing up with Daddy and Mimi in tidewater Virginia, Hampton Roads, and Coronado, learning tobacco cultivation from McClain the black tenant farmer, raising delphiniums and
UUFE’s Jean Rhian answers the Five Big Questions and tells about working with little springs and gears for the local jeweler, and with IBM mainframes for K-Mart and Ford, and how joining UU was a move to the right. And
UUFE’s Maureen Curtin answers the Five Big Questions and tells how she made up bad stuff to feel truly Catholic, and about singing with the Swing Orchestra and comedians, and riding with the UUFE Rangers. And yes, she was born
UUFE’s Jamie Walter answers the Five Big Questions and tells about her life in the Maryland Judiciary, travels from Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima. And the girls. UU liFE: Where were you raised, and how? Jamie: I was raised in
UU liFE keeping up with UUFE’s Mark Walter. UU liFE: Mark, thanks for saying yes to the Five Big Questions interview. Where are you right now? Mark: Right now we’re driving to the airport to catch a flight to
UUFE’s Theresa Connelly brews up coffee hour each Sunday. And her answers to the Five Big Questions right now, here. Straight up, no decaf. UU liFE: Where were you raised, and how? Theresa: I was #7 of 8 children raised
With a nod to Isak Dinesen, UUFE’s Judy Hedges might begin her book, “I had a house on the coast of Maine.” Follow Judy as she migrates to Maine, rescues strays, transforms her lacrosse stick into a magic broom, and