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Honoring Ann O’Neill

Honoring Ann O’Neill


Ann was one of the first whom I met when moving to Washington CH almost 30 years ago. She taught me patience for others. I quickly renamed her St. Ann. Ann also had the “box.” The box was always filled with items that were being used for one of the volunteer projects she had signed up for. xo


Submitted by Kim Johnson


Honoring Rebekah Murphy

Honoring Rebekah Murphy


Rebekah is a woman you want in your corner because she carries an inner strength that sustains not only herself in difficult circumstances but expands to support those around her to their own acts of courage. To this strength Rebekah adds warmth and fun energy. I’m honored to be her mother-in-law.


Submitted by Tamara Murphy


Honoring Anita Prager

Honoring Anita Prager


Today, we get to honor the unconditional love, commitment, dedication and courage of my wonderful mom. You are the heartbeat of our family. Thank you for all you give… love Michael and Hillary


Submitted by Michael Strasner


Honoring Kendra Jackson

Honoring Kendra Jackson


Kendra has always been intuitive, compassionate, and creative. She’s able communicate subtle truths about God, herself, and others in profound and beautiful ways. She reminds all of us of the deep beauty of humanity.


Submitted by Tamara Murphy


Honoring Natalie Murphy

Honoring Natalie Murphy


Natalie has been courageous, self-confident, and a natural leader for her entire life. To live with this kind of strength and to offer fierce love to the world and her own self is a stellar combination. Natalie’s commitment to strong love astounds me. I’m honored to be her mother.


Submitted by Tamara Murphy