All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘rod’

The Story of Rod, Julie and David

This story comes from the 2005 Annual Report (PDF) of the Cradle Foundation, an adoption agency. Rod Nesbitt and Julie Parson-Nesbitt live in a comfortable, toy-filled home in Chicago’s West Rogers Park neighborhood, an area known for its diversity. This is important to them because, as Rod explains, “our principles really are to be inclusive…that’s part of our family philosophy on …

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Rod Nesbitt, 1952–2010

“Rod will be remembered for his huge warm laugh, deep reassuring voice, and generous healing spirit.” That sentence, from Rod’s obit, says so much. An article about this wonderful man appeared in the Chicago Tribune after his passing: Roderick Nesbitt was a healer of bodies and lives in his work as a substance-abuse counselor and massage therapist. “He showed respect …

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