Each year, Betty and Harry Quadracci’s children – Richard, Kathryn, Joel and Elizabeth – select an honoree whose accomplishments they feel would resonate with their mother.
“This whole thing has brought out the best in many people, especially my wonderful night shift team in the ER.”
“Why do I volunteer? It’s something to do every day, and a lot of friends of mine from the neighborhood come here.”
“We’re here to help them feel better, but more often than not, when we greet someone, their first concern is how we’re doing. It’s very humbling.”
“Do you know who my heroes are? All the people who have stayed home.”
“It’s hard not to feel overwhelmed right now.”
“I knew I wanted to do something to help.”
After 25 years as MSO’s concertmaster and a harrowing role in one of Milwaukee’s most famous crimes, Frank Almond is ready for what’s next.
“What is this city going to look like when we come out of the pandemic? Will we be as kind to one another?”
“Doctors are doing the best they can, but they can’t do everything remotely.”