Muriel F: PR Executive, Feminist, and Friend

July 27, 2016

Living in a large, rambling house in the New York City suburbs had many advantages for Muriel, including frequent trips to the city to enjoy Broadway theater and opera at the Met. But after her husband died the house was too big for solitary living and Muriel missed the feeling of connectedness she had before with friends and […]

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Peggy M: College Professor, Community Organizer

July 13, 2016

“Sometimes people who look old are the most interesting, lively and creative people you’ll ever meet,” says Kendal on Hudson resident Peggy McLaughlin. Peggy would know: Behind her sweet smile, warm words, and friendly disposition is a brave advocate for the poor—a community organizer and former street gang worker who lived among the people she […]

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