In Episode 32 of A Story Not Forgotten, Liam is joined by spokesmodel, voice actor, and cosplay superstar Jessica Nigri as she shares a story about how she and her family used to amuse themselves back in the day. (And why you should never share eyeliner with her…)
Nothing worthwhile comes without a fight. In episode 31, artist and musician Karen Sim details the struggles that kept her from creating, and the leap of faith she made in order to try to regain her spark…
For the 30th episode of the A Story Not Forgotten Podcast, Liam visits a place that is near and dear to his heart, the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo! He speaks with multiple guests to get their favorite convention stories and to share just what makes these events so special…
This is a VIDEO episode! If you want to put faces to the voices, see some of the amazing artwork, and laugh as Liam awkwardly tries to figure out what to do with his arms while the guests talk, head over to YouTube and check it out! https://youtu.be/WggK-tl23jg
In Episode 29 of the A Story Not Forgotten Podcast, Liam reunites with a fellow performer from the short film profiled in Episode 21, Emre Cords, who shares a harrowing story of his younger days attempting to flee Libya to a less than warm welcome, and then a few tales of his experiences in the musical industry after landing on Canadian shores.
For Episode 28 of the A Story Not Forgotten Podcast, Liam sits down with Warren Cummins, a fellow distinguished gentleman he met through the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, when Warren offered up his sidecar as a rolling camera platform for the event. But there is so much more to Warren than just a cool bike. He shares a story of a research trip in the far North and the sorts of cuisine (and practical jokes) that you find out on the tundra…
Episode 27 of A Story Not Forgotten features Calgary businessperson and entrepreneur Rina Chong as she shares the story of how she worked her way through the corporate rat race to discover her true calling in the new economy and what really works for her.
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On February 24th, 660 News Calgary’s Kendra Fowler connected with Liam Rathgeber to discuss Capturing Legacies and the Ed Whalen Story project. To view the project in progress, you can create your own FREE account on our custom life story project management software where you may also want to start your own life story, or that of someone you care about.
When someone has dedicated years of their life to an organization, they become much more than an employee number or the balance of their contributions. They are a part of your company’s soul, its history, and its legacy.
At the end of a storied career, the traditional retirement is a small get-together and the gift of a gold watch. After everything they’ve given, don’t they deserve more?
Treasure the person behind the contributions by capturing their legacy. Learn the stories that made them who they are. Show them that the real value is the person behind the position.
The truest stories of a company are the stories of the people who make it great.
Capturing Legacies is thrilled to have been selected to chronicle the life of the legendary Ed Whalen. The press release is here.
This Sunday, we made the trip out to Canmore to conduct our first interview with Nomi Whalen, his wife of 34 years. She shared some fantastic stories with us and gave us a rare glimpse of the real man behind the voice.
Nomi is a collector of collections, not the least of which is Ed’s numerous awards and memorabilia. But her prized possession is a ring secretly commissioned for her by Ed in 2001. While he never had the chance to see it finished, the jeweler made sure that Ed’s final gift made it to Nomi’s finger, where it has remained ever since.