Month: June 2009

St. Mary’s Redefines "Family"

(Photo by Wéyo.)Today we’re featuring a guest post written by Kathy Brobst, a physical therapist assistant at St. Mary’s Home for Disabled Children: What defines a family? From a child’s perspective, your family is the people who love you, take care of...

Making Music for St. Mary’s Children

When contemporary jazz musician Marcus Johnson was in Norfolk recently for a concert, he had problems with his keyboard. So he bought one to use just for the show while his regular keyboard was being fixed. During the performance, Johnson asked if anyone in the...

Sister Mary June Continues to Conquer the Airwaves

This week, Sister Mary June Morin of St. Mary’s Home for Disabled Children makes an appearance on the city of Norfolk’s “Norfolk Perspectives” program on cable TV-48, Norfolk’s Neighborhood Network. Host Bob Batcher interviewed her about...

Saying Goodbye After 43 Years

She was the guest of honor, yet Gladys Jones kept getting up from her seat, asking others if they needed anything. “Forty-three years of serving children, and at her own luncheon, she’s still serving others,” said William C. Giermak, CEO of St....