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Entrepreneurial Gerontology

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What's the most interesting job you ever had?

"In 1952 when I was 14 years old, I got a job working six days a week in a local family-owned butcher shop/grocery."

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"I Want to Get to Heaven Half an Hour Before the Devil Knows I'm There!"

My brother-in-law used to say that I reminded him of Lucille Ball. He said I always looked like I was up to something – and I often was! I am still a very positive person...

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The Golden Stairs Quartet

Singing with the Golden Stairs Quartet was one of the highlights of my life!

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Nancy's Passion for Sewing Never Went "Out of Style"

"I worked as a seamstress at Shamokin Dress Factory for 38 years..."

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LifeBio and Music Therapy Helped Me Tell My Story!

"My name is Rose. I am the very loving daughter in a close-knit Italian family from Massachusetts."

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My Most "Memorable" Teacher!

"My brother, Roland, was always my 'other dad' since he was 8 years older than me. He taught me how to ride a bicycle; catch a baseball; and later when I was driving, he helped me get a car unstuck and also helped with cleaning the spark-plugs."

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I was born in 1923, in Tevel, Hungary...

"My name is Katie, and I was born in 1923 in Tevel, Hungary. As a little girl, my family lived on a homestead. We had ten acres and it was called “existence” farming, because we could exist on those ten acres."

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Letters from Home...

"I was working at Sutherland Paper company as a commercial artist and also building our first house when I got my "greeting" for induction on March 2, 1951. I was to report on March 29th."

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14 Ways to Conquer Loneliness

There are times in our lives when we all feel lonely.  Sometimes, our loss is profound:  the death of a loved one, the breakup of a relationship, starting over in a new environment.  Other times, we may simply feel “out of step” with the way everyone else appears to be behaving, or feeling, or with life milestones that others may be accomplishing but which we haven’t quite gotten to yet.  Whatever the reason, though, know that loneliness (on occasion) is normal.  As humans, we naturally crave togetherness and meaningful relationships.  Loneliness may come and go – and come again during different periods of transition in our lives.  While long lasting, persistent feelings of loneliness are not healthy, steps can be taken to alleviate this perception of alienation. 

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