WPSU's Story Corps

George Montgomery and John Gority.
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As a part of WPSU’s radio, TV and web project “The Vietnam War: Telling the Pennsylvania Story,” we’re bringing you oral history interviews with Vietnam veterans.

John Gority and George Montgomery talked about their time in the Vietnam War and their experiences with Agent Orange.  

Suzann and Vincent Tedesco.
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As a part of WPSU’s radio, TV and web project “The Vietnam War: Telling the Pennsylvania Story,” we’re bringing you oral history interviews with Vietnam veterans.

Suzann Tedesco talked to her husband Colonel Vincent Tedesco about leading men in Vietnam.  

Fred Brown and John MacMillen.
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As a part of WPSU’s radio, TV and web project “The Vietnam War: Telling the Pennsylvania Story,” we’re bringing you oral history interviews with Vietnam veterans.

John MacMillen talked with Fred Brown about his time in the Vietnam War. 

nt Pasquinelli (right) and his son David.
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As a part of WPSU’s radio, TV and web project “The Vietnam War: Telling the Pennsylvania Story,” we’re bringing you oral history interviews with Vietnam veterans.

David Pasquinelli talked with his father, Brent Pasquinelli, about his military service in Vietnam.  

The WPSU-TV documentary “A Time to Heal” on the Vietnam War experience from a Pennsylvania perspective premieres Sept. 14 at 8 p.m.

Ryan Bogaczyk and Benjamin Czajka.
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In Lock Haven we paired with a college journalism class and had students find someone interesting to interview.

Lock Haven University student Benjamin Czajka  talked with fellow student Ryan Bogaczyk. He talked about his father’s long struggle with recurring cancer.   

Ryan Brinkman and Lock Haven University student Samantha Wilson.
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In Lock Haven we paired with a college journalism class and had students find someone interesting to interview.

Lock Haven University student Samantha Wilson talked with Ryan Brinkman, a former pro-surfer who now teaches Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in Lock Haven.   

Lock Haven University student Deja Summers-Searles and professor Laurie Cannady.
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings.  In Lock Haven we paired with a college journalism class and had students find someone interesting to interview.

Lock Haven University student Deja Summers-Searles talked with professor Laurie Cannady about her recent health issues.

Lock Haven University professor Lynette Reitz and student Sara Aderhold.
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings.

Lock Haven University student Sara Aderhold talked with social work professor Lynette Reitz.    

John Ford and fellow student Joseph Isidore.
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In Lock Haven we paired with a college journalism class and had students find someone interesting to interview.

Joseph Isidore talks to fellow Lock Haven University student John Ford about playing on the university football team and about his mom’s recent medical issues.     

Julia Snyder and her grandmother, Mary George.
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In Lock Haven we paired with a college journalism class and had students find someone interesting to interview.

Lock Haven University student Julia Snyder talked with her grandmother Mary E. George about George’s fond memories of her grandparents who immigrated from the Czech Republic.     

Lock Haven University students Troy Hester and Corryn Wallace.
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In Lock Haven we paired with a college journalism class and had students find someone interesting to interview.

Lock Haven University student Corryn Wallace talks with her boyfriend, Troy Hester, about growing up in a rough neighborhood in West Philadelphia and his transition to Lock Haven. 

Lock Haven University professor Walter Eisenhauer and assistant professor Pam Ruane.
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings.

Lock Haven University assistant professor Pam Ruane talks with her colleague and former professor, Walter Eisenhauer about his work teaching in the Physician Assistant program at Lock Haven University. 

Lock Haven University students James Harkness and Steven Pasciak.
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In Lock Haven we paired with a college journalism class and had students find someone interesting to interview.

Lock Haven University student James Harkness talks with fellow student Steven Pasciak about his recent motorcycle accident. 

Lock Haven University basketball coach Jennifer Smith and Loren Kaiser, one of her former players.
Emily Reddy / WPSU

WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In Lock Haven we paired with a college journalism class and had students find someone interesting to interview.

Lock Haven University student Loren Kaiser talks with Jennifer Smith. Smith has been the head women’s basketball coach at Lock Haven for 10 years.  

Lock Haven University students Lamin Fulton and Mike Lynch.
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In Lock Haven we paired with a college journalism class and had students find someone interesting to interview. Today, Lock Haven University student Michael Lynch talks with Lamin Fulton, a student on the basketball team who played in the NCAA basketball tournament at a different college.  

Professor Ramona Broomer and Lock Haven University student Marcus Bonaparte.
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In Lock Haven we paired with a college journalism class and had students find someone interesting to interview.

Lock Haven University student Marcus Bonaparte talks with professor Ramona Broomer about her work in costume design.      

Denny Shaffner and Fred Ralston
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In July, we stopped at the Clearfield County Historical Society’s William B. Alexander Research Center.

Today, Fred Ralston talks with his friend Denny Shaffner about the Civilian Conservation Corps. 

Merrill Dunlap and Dave Campalong
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In July, we stopped at the Clearfield County Historical Society’s William B. Alexander Research Center.

Today, Merrill Dunlap talks with his friend, David Campolong, about their shared experience coaching Little League teams in Clearfield.   

You can listen to other Story Corps recordings at WPSU.org/storycorps.

Richard Hughes and Dave Wulderk
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In July, we stopped at the Clearfield County Historical Society’s William B. Alexander Research Center.

Today, historian David Wulderk talks with his friend, Richard Hughes about the “Bloody Knox” cabin and its significance during the Civil War.    

You can listen to other Story Corps recordings at WPSU.org/storycorps.

Denny Shaffner and Robert Day
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In July, we stopped at the Clearfield County Historical Society’s William B. Alexander Research Center.

Today, Denny Shaffner talks with longtime Clearfield radio DJ, Robert Day.

You can listen to other Story Corps recordings at WPSU.org/storycorps.  

Eric Fox and Ken Undercoffer
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In July, we stopped at the Clearfield County Historical Society’s William B. Alexander Research Center.

Today, Ken Undercoffer talks with his friend, Eric Fox, about his life-long passion for fly fishing. 

You can listen to other Story Corps recordings at WPSU.org/storycorps.

Ken Leonard and Fred Guarino
Emily Reddy / WPSU

WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In July, we stopped at the Clearfield County Historical Society’s William B. Alexander Research Center.

Today, Fred Guarino talks with his friend, Ken Leonard, about his memories of the Clearfield Flood in 1936.   

You can listen to other Story Corps recordings at WPSU.org/storycorps.

C. Alan Walker and his father, Ray Walker.
Erin Cassidy Hendrick / WPSU

WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In July, we stopped at the Clearfield County Historical Society’s William B. Alexander Research Center.

Today, C. Alan Walker talks with his 103-year-old father, Ray Walker, about the Clearfield flood of 1936 and about founding his Bradford Coal Company in 1935. You can listen to other Story Corps recordings on our website at WPSU.org/storycorps.

Mary Kay Royer and her friend Richard Hughes.
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In July, we stopped at the Clearfield County Historical Society’s William B. Alexander Research Center. Richard Hughes spoke with his friend, Mary Kay Royer, about the unique history of the Pennsylvania town of Frenchville.

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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In July, we stopped at the Clearfield County Historical Society’s William B. Alexander Research Center.

Ninety-year-old Rodney Bowers talked with his granddaughter Larissa Gill about his memories of growing up in Clearfield. 

Denny and Sue Shaffner.
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WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In July, we stopped at the Clearfield County Historical Society’s William B. Alexander Research Center. Denny Shaffner talks with his wife Sue about growing up on Mill Road in Lawrence Township. 

StoryCorps pair
Emily Reddy

WPSU is traveling to towns across central and northern Pennsylvania to collect oral history recordings. In October, we stopped at the Old Gregg School in the Penns Valley town of Spring Mills. Longtime friends Pauline Zerby and Jerelene Reish talk about growing up in Millheim.

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