A Big Thank You for Big Rock

Guest article by Theresa Kallay McHugh, RHS Class of ’71 and Thomas Kallay, RHS Class of ’65, with input from Karen Kallay, RHS Class of ’70 1998 This is a story about a local businessman…a real humanitarian…and a local family. I hope I have piqued your interest because what follows is a human- interest story that I think you will enjoy. My name is Theresa McHugh, and I have worked in the credit department at R.W. Sidley, Inc., for 18 years. When I was growing up among six older brothers…

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Gratitude Going Back a Century and a Quarter

As strange as it may sound, this January has offered us in northern Ohio some of the most unpleasant weather conditions ever, but I am filled with gratitude at experiencing it because I have learned to appreciate the big picture. Plus, there is a big difference between “unpleasant” and “devastating,” the latter word often used to describe weather in our country. In fact, most meteorologists agree that lands north of the equator and in the western hemisphere, which would be us, suffer the most destructive weather events on the planet.…

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A Beautiful Woman of Substance in a Superficial World

Magazines in my home tend to arrive and land in a stack until I am in the mood to read or recycle them. However, as I looked down at the cover of one this month, I immediately thought, “What an absolutely beautiful woman that is.” No, it isn’t Britney Spears, Taylor Swift or any one of entertainment’s current sensations. This woman has gray hair pulled back into her signature ponytail; long upwardly curled laugh lines going from the corners of her eyes all the way to her hairline; deeply wrinkled…

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