Tennessee Valley StoryCorps

Gwendolyn Lila and Kate Rocklein Kemplin
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Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, Gwendolyn Lila talks to her mother, Kate Rocklein Kemplin, about her work at The World Trade Center site.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

Emily and Kevin Flynn
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Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, Emily Flynn talks to her husband, Kevin Flynn, about their pregnancy loss.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

Phil Acord and Katie Harbison
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Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, Katie Harbison talks to her boss, Phil Acord, about his career in child care and early childhood education. 

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

Callie Burkhalter and Daniel Gamble
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Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, Callie Burkhalter and Daniel Gamble of Habitat for Humanity talk about their surveying work in Chattanooga’s Glass Farms district.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

Myra Cook and Kendra Cook
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Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, Myra Cook talks to her daughter, Kendra Cook, about narcolepsy.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

David Barlew Jr. and Adam Case
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Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, Adam Case talks to his husband, David Barlew Jr.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

David Caines and Sam Smartt
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Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, David Caines talks to his father-in-law, Sam Smartt, about his memories of Baylor.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

Nate Johnson and Emily Rowin
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Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, new friends Nate Johnson and Emily Rowin talk about being Nazarene preachers' kids.  

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

Virginia Wisener and Angela Dittmar
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Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, Angela Dittmar talks to her friend Virginia Wisener about growing up in Chattanooga during the time of segregation.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

Ann Gray and Catherine Cook Brown
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Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, local historian Ann Gray talks to her friend, Catherine Cook Brown, about her memories of downtown Chattanooga.

Catherine Cook Brown passed away seven weeks after this conversation was recorded. 

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