23 Tristaters offer appreciations

Sunday, May 10, 1998

The Cincinnati Enquirer

Bits of wisdom from Mom have been chronicled for years, which led the Enquirer to ask prominent Tristaters to recall the most important lesson they learned from their mothers. A recurring theme emerged: Work hard, but always put family first. Here's a look at lessons from 23 mothers who helped shape the lives of Greater Cincinnatians.

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Bob Graeter
Jason C. Lin
Kristin Titko
Robert Wright
Karen Hendricks
Sister Alice Gerdeman
Joe Nuxhall
Jerry Carroll
Alison Boynton
Ross Love
Megan McKnight
Aimee Hurst
Timothy Lees
Katie Brown Blackburn
Bishop Robert Muench
Nick and Drew Lachey
Dale Hodges
Alex Chin
Vicki Lewis
Sharon Kohn
Eduardo Perez

Enquirer reporters John Johnston, Sue MacDonald, Jim Knippenberg, Cresta Williams, Reon Carter, Owen Findsen, John Kiesewetter, Cindy Kranz, Larry Nager, Jackie Demaline, Chuck Martin, Reon Carter, Mark Curnutte, Maxine Berkman, Polly Campbell, Margaret A. McGurk and Scott MacGregor contributed to this report.



Local Headlines For Sunday, May 10, 1998

Thanks, Mom
Judge taken off asbestos case
"I hold onto him being a hero'
10 years ago, 27 people died in a fiery crash
22 more people charged in second MU melee
Abortion tops GOP primary debate
After a lull, vaccines emerge to prevent children's diseases
Appalachian simplicity beckons
Apple crop looks like a big winner
Beechwood student threatens teacher
Cincinnati Public to decide on reforms
Clerk under suspicion calls it quits
Congressional hopefuls square off
Dems bicker over tactics
Inspectors seek backing after private prison denies access
Jammin' jumpin' with fans
Kenton developer wants bid suit moved
New construction, expansions give Old Montgomery new look
Pickup truck driver remains jailed
School buses are safer now, but drunks still pose threat
Schools staging building boom
Students intend to help, learn in Salvador
We may feel sting of El Nino personally
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