"Stolen Memories is obviously a work of love. I am honored to have been a recipient of one of her beautiful stoles and wear it with a deep sense of joy for those with whom I have worked and loved who live with dementia, including my beloved mother. Wearing this stole reminds me of our responsibility to live in compassion with one another and to uphold the dignity of all life."
--Linn Possell, author of Alzheimer's: A Beautiful Spirit Celebrated
"People with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia are invisible and forgotten by many faith communities; such isolation intensifies loneliness and robs congregations of the gifts of those who live with cognitive degeneration. . . . Stolen Memories provides inspiring stories of those who live with and care for people with dementia and a means of advocating on their behalf. This is more than a creative book; it is an invitation to join a movement to bring hope and healing to people stigmatized and marginalized by society."
--Kenneth L. Carder, Duke Divinity School
"Modern care partners with seniors experiencing Alzheimer's disease know that to engage the senior requires all of our senses. In this text, the visual arts, specifically the symbols reflected in the pastor's stole or the rabbi's tallit bring the visual symbols of office and faith together with lived experience."
--James W. Ellor, editor, Journal of Religion, Spirituality and Aging