A Luncheon and Conversation with Actress Tembi Locke
For 10 years Tembi Locke poured her heart and soul into caring for the love of her life, her husband, Saro, during his illness. He was an accomplished chef from Sicily and unexpectedly diagnosed with rare bone cancer. His eventual death stirred up devastating loss and suffering for Locke. She trekked deeply into the wilderness of her grief, found a renewed spirit and reshaped a new life as a young widow and working mother.
Join us for an inspirational conversation and luncheon
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Registration 11 a.m., Program Noon
Ruth Eckerd Hall
Margarete Heye Great Room
1111 McMullen Booth Rd., Clearwater, FL 33759
Locke is a Houston-born actress, mother, speaker, painter, writer and advocate living in Los Angeles. She was recently featured on the Today Show, online in the TEDx talk, What Forty Steps Taught Me About Love and Grief. Her original web series project, The Kitchen Widow, provides a modern, communal space for sharing stories, recipes, thoughts and inspiration with other caregivers and survivors.
Russell and Ruth Anderson Charitable Foundation