The Greater Quiet: Nancy Jo McKeown

Nancy Jo McKeown, 80, was a former General Electric worker, a Daughters of the American Revolution member, and a nursing home resident in Louisville. “They say I got the virus,” she told her daughter, “I’m gonna fight this.”

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By Steve Brodner, independent graphic artist, journalist, educator.

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The Greater Quiet

The Greater Quiet

By Steve Brodner, independent graphic artist, journalist, educator.

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