Just ask her son, Ryder Truck

From “What’s in a Name, Katrinas?”, an article exploring the irksome after-effects of being named “Katrina” in these troubling times of ours, appearing in Sunday’s New York Times, by Allen Salkin:

Katrinas can expect three to five years of stoking bad memories before the sharpness of the pain recedes, said Katrina Cochran, a disaster relief psychologist who has worked with victims of the Oklahoma City bombings and the Sept. 11 attacks.
Ms. Cochran, who has been hired by Church World Service to counsel hurricane victims, said she hopes they will forgive her name. “People will see me trying to help and offering care and compassion, and it might actually help them recover more quickly,” she said.