Endowed scholarship unites couple's passions

Sue (Hildreth) Fellers sat at the piano in a Cherokee nursing home, pressing the keys to bring memories and enjoyment to the residents in the form of hymns and ‘30s, ‘40s and ‘50s tunes.  What started as a room with only two sleeping ladies swelled to a roomful as Sue’s piano playing attracted others.  Soon, she noticed many in the room singing along, and Sue thought to herself, “Who will do this if we don’t have musicians.  It’s just not the same as pushing a button.”