She also works with clients who seek healing from trauma such as post abortion and sexual abuse.
Kathleen is married with two children, a grown step daughter and son. Kathleen has been with Alpha Omega Clinic since 2001. in Theology and Christian Ministry with honors at Franciscan University of Steubenville.
The oldest legible tombstone surviving in Alexandria is that of Isaac Pierce, erected in 1771 in Christ Church yard.
All earlier grave markers have disappeared or have become illegible and impossible to date precisely.
The City has acquired the historic Murray-Dick-Fawcett House in Old Town, one of the earliest homes in the city and possibly the least-altered 18th century home in Northern Virginia. What happened in Alexandria on today's date, or tomorrow, or on your birthday?
The public is invited to the Dedication Ceremony and Open House celebrating the public acquisition of the historic house and open space, Saturday, May 13, 2017, am. See today's historical events, or search for another date.
Local churches looking for places for new cemeteries settled on a area southwest of the corner of Wilkes and Payne Streets, then called Spring Garden Farm.
The Wilkes Street Cemetery Complex has grown to include 13 cemeteries, including the adjacent Black Baptist Cemetery immediately west of Hooff’s Run from Alexandria National Cemetery.
When Europeans settled in the area later in the 17th century, they most likely encountered remnants of a once-thriving community.In 1669, Governor Berkeley awarded an overlapping land grant to Robert Howson, an English ship captain.This tract extended along the Potomac River, from Hunting Creek on the south to the Little Falls on the north.Archaeological research into Alexandria's prehistory shows that Native Americans first visited the area about 13,000 years ago, and historical documents suggest that they remained in the vicinity until about 1675.In 1674 the Virginia House of Burgesses authorized Governor Berkeley to construct a fort just south of Hunting Creek, to defend the northern frontier of the colony against the Susquehannocks and other Indian groups In 1654, Dame Margaret Brent obtained a patent for a 700-acre plot in what is now Alexandria.