Ken Kobus tells his friend Ron Barraf about his father, John Kobus, who worked at... more.
Leon Kogut talks with his son, Marat Kogut, an NBA referee.
Jerald Collman, who served in Vietnam, remembers receiving the bodies of fallen soldiers as an... more.
Elizabeth Olson and her colleagues at the Veterans Crisis Line talk about helping callers through... more.
Elizabeth Olson and her colleagues at the Veterans Crisis Line talk about helping callers through their darkest hours.
Tracy Johnson and her mother in-law, Sandra Johnson, talk about the death of their wife... more.
Dee Dickson remembers trying to get a job as a shipyard electrician in the 1970s.
Betty Esper talks to her friend Mark Fallon about life in Homestead, before the U.S.... more.
New York City cab driver Jerry Tierstein (R) tells fellow cab driver Andrew Vollo (L)... more.
Retired Sgt. 1st Class Max Voelz remembers his wife, Staff Sgt. Kimberly Voelz, who died... more.
Hector Vega and his wife, Leopoldina, remember the day Hector returned home from war.
Marcela Gaviria speaks with Dr. Dempsey Springfield, who has been her surgeon for more than... more.
Retired teacher George Lengel remembers growing up in the company town of Roebling, NJ.
Dr. John Bancroft, a pediatrician, tells his daughter Carolyn about a memorable patient.
Charlie Brotman tells his friend Tom Wiener about his first day as a baseball announcer.
Dawn Maestas, who removes tattoos for survivors of domestic violence, talks to a client about... more.
James Bost remembers his father, a salesman during the Great Depression, in an interview with... more.
Army National Guard Specialist Justin Cliburn tells his wife, Deanne, about Ali, the young Iraqi... more.
Army National Guard Specialist Justin Cliburn tells his wife, Deanne, about Ali, the young Iraqi he befriended during his service ...
Janet Lutz (R) tells her friend, Lori Armstrong (L), about working as a hospital chaplain.
John Cruitt speaks with his former third grade teacher, Cecile Doyle, about how she helped... more.
John Cruitt speaks with his former third grade teacher, Cecile Doyle, about how she helped him through his mother's death.
Tia Smallwood tells her daughter, Christine, about becoming a business woman in the 1970s.