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Making a Difference (Bettye Tucker) #957969

NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 02, 2009
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Chicago: John Yang) Bettye Tucker, the overnight cook who serves up meals and compassion for the caregivers, patients and visitors at Chicago's Children's Memorial Hospital, featured. [TUCKER – says if she keeps the staff happy they’ll take care of the kids; talks about helping the parents who are hurting.] [Night chaplain Lavender KELLY†- says she’s in tune with what people need.] [Patient Maggie SHEEHAN‡- comments on Miss Bettye’s grilled cheese.] [PARENT – says Bettye’s here to take care of her.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Miss Bettye’s 65th birthday noted.

Williams, Brian;
Yang, John

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