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Sound Legacy Circle Testimonials

Hear directly from members of our Sound Legacy Circle on why they chose to include KUOW in their wills or estate giving plans.

caption: Mike Veitenhans and his wife Mary Lee Newman live in Seattle’s Phinney Ridge neighborhood. For many years Mike has listened to KUOW while taking his daily walks around Greenlake and while working on his photography projects. Mike and Mary Lee enjoy spending time with their grandchildren and organizing the annual “Gumshoe Walk” for children in their neighborhood.
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Mike Veitenhans and his wife Mary Lee Newman live in Seattle’s Phinney Ridge neighborhood. For many years Mike has listened to KUOW while taking his daily walks around Greenlake and while working on his photography projects. Mike and Mary Lee enjoy spending time with their grandchildren and organizing the annual “Gumshoe Walk” for children in their neighborhood.
Credit: Courtesy of Mike Veitenhans

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caption: Sara Elward was born to be an audience. Being a reader; a theatre, movie and concert goer; a non-profit fundraiser and a listener/member of at least four different NPR stations at various times has helped her satisfy her deep-seated craving to have people tell her the stories of their lives. She is also a cat lady.
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Sara Elward was born to be an audience. Being a reader; a theatre, movie and concert goer; a non-profit fundraiser and a listener/member of at least four different NPR stations at various times has helped her satisfy her deep-seated craving to have people tell her the stories of their lives. She is also a cat lady.
Credit: Courtesy Sara Elward

Sara Elward – Giving back to the community

caption: Dr. Joan Tenenbaum is a metalsmith who has been making jewelry for 59 years. Joan also holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology and Linguistics from Columbia University. In the early 1970’s Joan lived with the Dena’ina in Alaska and documented their language for her dissertation, writing a grammar of Dena’ina. In 1982 Joan irrevocably changed her life by becoming a full time jeweler, embracing her heart’s desire.
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Dr. Joan Tenenbaum is a metalsmith who has been making jewelry for 59 years. Joan also holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology and Linguistics from Columbia University. In the early 1970’s Joan lived with the Dena’ina in Alaska and documented their language for her dissertation, writing a grammar of Dena’ina. In 1982 Joan irrevocably changed her life by becoming a full time jeweler, embracing her heart’s desire.
Credit: Courtesy Dr. Joan Tenenbaum

Joan Tenenbaum – Soundtrack for an artist