Marshall, June 1947-
MARSHALL, June 1947-
PERSONAL: Born June 2, 1947, in Saõ Paolo, Brazil; U.S. citizen; daughter of William G. (an architect and builder) and Adele (in business) Marshall; married Steven Kingsley; children: Anna Werrin, Sarah Sockett. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: University of Pittsburgh, M.A. (English literature), 1971. Politics: Independent. Hobbies and other interests: Teaching group fitness, web site usability topics.
ADDRESSES: Office—31 Franklin Turnpike, Waldwick, NJ 07463; fax: 815-550-4364. E-mail—[email protected]
CAREER: High school English teacher, 1971-83; B. Flower and Sun Honey Co., Frenchtown, NJ, owner, 1983-87; American Telephone and Telegraph, Basking Ridge, NJ, speechwriter, human-factors engineer, and Web master, 1987-2000; writer. Shop owner in Ocean City, MD, 1979-82; worked as actress in off-off-Broadway productions and as a handwriting analyst; Web-site design consultant.
The Dirty Seven: Ladies Beware: Who They Are, What They Do; Hint: It's Not Love! Newmedia Publishing (Waldwick, NJ), 2001.
Booby Trapped: Me Beware! The Dirty Seven Sisters: A Dating Guide for the Twenty-first Century, Mewmedia Publishing (Waldwick, NJ), 2003.
WORK IN PROGRESS: The Second Marshall Plan: Making the World Safe for Love and Happiness.
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