All posts by Mike Stith

Weathering Life’s Storms by Mike Roberts

I was born in Detroit, MI on April 4, 1956 and when I was seven, we moved to Southfield, a suburb. I went off to college at Central Michigan University and earned a degree in Broadcast Journalism. It was there I met a young lady named Anne who would become my wife.  Later, I went […]

A Remembrance of Pavarotti

Submitted by Juan Carlos Franco “No, not like that!” yelled Pavarotti as I fumbled through the Traviata aria. The maestro was in a bad mood. He had sung poorly the night before at the national soccerstadium. At almost nine thousand feet, Bogotá is one of the highest capitals in the world, and the altitude had affected his […]

“The Power of Story Sharing” – by Mike Stith

  Earlier this week I had the pleasure of presenting to the Marine Historical Society in Marine, IL. Hosted by society president Shirley Dietz, it was an engaging event with a great group of members dedicated to saving memories shared by families in the neighborhood, especially veterans.  The topic of course was “The Power of […]