Mader, Jerry 1944–

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Mader, Jerry 1944–

PERSONAL: Born August 28, 1944, in Great Falls, MT; son of Earl Severine (a railroad worker) and Eleanor (a homemaker; maiden name, Kopetski) Mader; married February 28, 1964; wife's name, Mary (divorced, 1982); married Stephanie Anderson (an artist), June 10, 1983; children: Lorraine Mader von Horstig, Lar. Ethnicity: "Scandinavian/German." Education: Attended University of Montana, 1962–67; Antioch College, B.A., 1983.

ADDRESSES: Home—733 Northeast North Lake Way, Seattle, WA 98105. Office—Jerry Mader Photographic Imagery, 319 Nickerson St., Seattle, WA 98109. E-mail[email protected].

CAREER: Professional classical musician, composer, writer, and photographer. Jerry Mader Photographic Imagery, Seattle, WA, photographer.


(And photographer) The Road to Lame Deer (memoir), University of Nebraska Press (Lincoln, NE), 2002.

WORK IN PROGRESS: A novel; a long cycle of poems; photographic portfolios.

SIDELIGHTS: Jerry Mader told CA: "I have been professionally active as a classical musician, composer, writer, and photographer for thirty-five years. In the beginning, music (teacher, freelance composer, and symphony performer) was my primary focus. The last fifteen years have been devoted to literature and photography."



Mader, Jerry, The Road to Lame Deer, University of Nebraska Press (Lincoln, NE), 2002.


Seattle Times, February 26, 2003, William Dietrich, review of The Road to Lame Deer.


Jerry Mader Photographic Imagery Web Site, (December 4, 2004).