After receiving overwhelming feedback about the travel and staycation features from our April “Get Out!” issue (and the guidance of our new Advisory Board!), we will be debuting a new monthly department—Roam About—later this summer.
Shirley McCartney, of Perry Township, was a registered nurse for many of her 80 years. Two of the four children she had with her late husband, Richard McCartney, are in the nursing field. “We’ve got medicine covered.”
At Main St. Modern, a dealer who specializes in “midcentury modern” furniture and accessories of primarily the 1950s and 1960s—think “Mad Men”—Alliance native Adam Hoover has a vast warehouse in southeast Canton filled with the stuff.
In December 2012, while Kelly was on vacation in Puerto Vallarta with her parents, Nick took her to a beautiful restaurant on the beach. They had a candlelit, five-course meal, and Nick asked Kelly to marry him.
Pat Fehlman, 70, of Plain Township, and her husband, John, just celebrated their 50th anniversary in December. “The trick is to find the right person, and I’m very fortunate. I found him.”
A day in the life of Dr. Alan Rudick, D.O., isn’t always 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Often, he is at Mercy Medical Center at the crack of dawn and doesn’t go home until he is through, which could be 9 or 10 p.m., depending on patient needs.
Becky Bors of Canton was just finishing up her work at Arcadia Grille when she spoke of what she has learned in 60 years of life—including a growing understanding of being confident and content with your age.
Frank Cilona is the president and CEO of the Better Business Bureau of Canton/Greater West Virginia. He will celebrate 21 years of marriage with wife Kris this September.