The Founders – Part 1 of 3

by | Apr 8, 2022 | Catholic, Children, Episodes, Family, Marriage, Moving, Podcasts, Wichita Kansas | 0 comments

In this episode, Sean talks about the founders of his immediate family, his mom and dad. Sean talks about how his parents met and the things he learned from them. Sean also discusses his childhood in South Wichita, where he was raised alongside foster children and his many brothers and sisters. His father worked hard to support the entire family, while his mother stayed at home to care for everyone.

You’ll hear about Sean’s sister born with arthrogryposis which is a conditions that affect the joints. Sean gives his perspective on how he saw his parents handle not only her condition when born, but also his sister’s death at 10 years old. He gets into how his mom and dad handled his divorce, which in a Catholic family, is frowned upon.

This 3-part series is packed with information that you won’t want to miss to get to know how Sean Geno turned out to be the man he is today. So grab a cup of coffee, put on your headphones, and get ready for a great listening experience.

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