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Thank you for your support over the past four years, as it has been a remarkable journey building Living Through Legacies, Tec4Life.
I recently accepted a new full time career role to be a Project Manager with a medical software company in Madison, Wisconsin. I will be relocating to Madison June 1, 2012.
Natalie Sydorenko, Ph.D., will serve as the new face of Living Through Legacies, capturing life history interviews and constructing beautiful narratives in hardcover and e-book form. The daughter of a hard-working immigrant father and a loving, service-oriented mother, Natalie was raised in a rich tradition of storytelling and appreciation for family. Her upbringing inspired her to earn a Bachelor’s in English from Hiram College, a Master’s in Communication from The University of Akron, and a Ph.D. in Communication Studies, specializing in Rhetoric, from Purdue University. As a mother of two young daughters, Natalie works full time at home and teaches communication courses as an adjunct professor at the University of Akron in the School of Communication. With seventeen years in higher education, teaching is Natalie’s passion, and her experiences in the classroom continue to inspire her writing, editing, and public speaking endeavors. Her lifetime love of stories and her belief that we share our storied lives together guide her research in rhetoric, relational communication, and spiritual communication. Natalie, her husband, Zig, and their two daughters, value family, time spent with others in meaningful conversation, working hard, exploring nature, and serving their community. Currently, Natalie serves at the chair of the 21st Century Communication team at First Christian Church in Wadsworth, where she is also a deacon. She is excited to join Living Through Legacies as a writing associate and is committed to providing engaged, personalized service to its clients.
Tec4Life’s strategic recommendations to engage citizens with technology will carry on through the Wadsworth Intergenerational Technology Project Collaborative (click for video presentation). This unique community collaborative comprises the Wadsworth Center for Older Adults, Wadsworth City Schools, and Wadsworth Public Library. These partnering organizations will seek participation from the Wadsworth High School Student Advisory Committee to connect the generations with the latest in available consumer technologies.
Please join me in celebrating this transition, and long live the art of bringing people together through everyday life stories (and technology).
The Wadsworth Intergenerational Collaborative Partners, advocates for leisure through technology with a mission to unite generations together, will hold a ‘Tech Show & Tell’ at the Wadsworth Public Library where seniors are encouraged to bring:
Your cell phone
OR any portable DIGITAL GADGET you want to learn more about.
Join in this unique and exciting FREE session on Saturday, April 7 from 3:30-5:00pm.
PechaKucha is Japanese for “sound of conversation”. It’s a night filled with 12-14 creative people in the city presenting about their interests/passions/etc. The format is what makes it particularly different… you have 20 images and 20 seconds to present each one.
Here, Tec4Life Founder & President Dave Harris talks about the project we did in the Buckeye-Shaker neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio this past year. A highway project was supposed to divide through back in the ’60s, but residents protested and stopped it from happening. The Intergenerational School commissioned Harris to organize the students and older folks to do an oral history project that was then put into a beautiful Legacy memoir.
Recently I took on the voluntary role as Executive Director of the Mochas & Mentors morning speaker forum for the Wadsworth Young Professionals, a 20s/30s group part of the Wadsworth Chamber of Commerce in Wadsworth, Ohio. This speaker forum engages young professionals one morning each month with leaders and public officials in our community — and it’s never been done before, UNTIL NOW!
On Thursday, January 12, 2012 from 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a. m. at the Wadsworth Public Library, Dr. Dale Fortner, Superintendent of Wadsworth City Schools, will sit down with us for an exciting discussion about his experiences and current leadership role.
Please listen to our forum with Dr. Dale Fortner here!
Have someone you’d like to hear from for future Mochas & Mentors? Contact Thomas Hayes, President of Wadsworth Young Professionals, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us as we celebrate . . . The Legacy of Clark Freeway Fighters
Wednesday, November 30 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
fire food & drink
13220 Shaker Square
Cleveland, OH 44120
Chef Douglas Katz is hosting our second book event celebration for The Legacy of Clark Freeway Fighters, a limited edition coffee table book featuring stories told by the citizens who saved our community in the ‘60s.
Event is free and open to the public. Complimentary valet parking, light appetizers and cash bar.
The Ellebruch, Harris, and Krochta families compiled this photo slideshow together for the loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend that Jeannette E. Ellebruch (nee Gaugler) will always be remembered for.
Jeannette E. Ellebruch (age 75; born June 4, 1936) battled aggressive non-hodgkins lymphoma for over four years before being called home by her Savior on October 27, 2011.
She is survived by her husband, Russ, of nearly 54 years and their children Dean (Kathy) Ellebruch, Debbie Harris and Lisa (Todd) Krochta. Her six wonderful grandchildren were truly the apples of her eye: Luke and Jessica Ellebruch, Dave Harris, and Ashley, Hannah and Halley Krochta. She is preceded in death by her brother, Milton, and son-in-law, Greg Harris.
Her career as a Registered Nurse for 40 years was balanced with the interests of baking, cooking, sewing, travelling and waterskiing.
Her smiling presence will be missed but her legacy lives on within all of us.
Thank you for sharing in our memories with this slideshow. My personal tribute given at Grandma’s memorial service can be read here.
The values Steve Jobs has shown the world are that we must always remember our vision is based upon a unique set of experiences that only we know. Collectively these life moments make for stories of a shared future, made better by thinking different, standing up for what we believe is right for humanity. Thank you, Steve Jobs, for inspiring us with the wisdom and foresight to learn through intuition. We will forever live through your legacy.
Thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends and colleagues of Steve Jobs.