When his native Colorado could not captivate Bryan Black enough to commence his college journey there, the theater practitioner chose the City of Brotherly Love to enhance his gregarious nature and professional presence.
As a recipient of numerous accolades over his 19-year tenure with PNC Bank, Salvatore J. Patti could claim exalted status, but the resident of the 2500 block of South 21st Street shuns showing off, instead finding satisfaction in pondering the copious connections he has made professionally and personally.
Two-thirds of the way through her debut book, “To Be Goddess: Every Woman Is A Goddess Discover Your Domain In Which You Reign Supreme,” Tia Johnson, well aware of all the factors frustrating females from finding fulfillment, suggests being an eternal seeker of serenity, stating “... you never know whose life you may affect with your positive attitude.
With Jesus Christ as his magnanimous model, Rev. Douglas McKay likewise looks to let lost sheep know they have immeasurable value to the world. For his efforts to help Grays Ferry’s harried herd, the 64-year-old founder and chaplain of Our House Ministries Inc, 1439 S. 29th St., will receive the St. Rita Peace Award, becoming the first locally-based honoree of The National Shrine of Saint Rita of Cascia, 1166 S. Broad St.