How Long? Date Married: 32
Step-Children, 5 Grandchildren
do you currently live?:
Subject in High School:
my Favorite Teacher:
Roberts and Mr. Goldstein
Place to meet Friends Outside of School:
Non-Academic School Club or Activity:
Baking and sewing
Legal Secretary, 10 years, Huntington, NY;
Administrative Assistant, University Advising Services, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL
thing that no one knows about me is: ?
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start by providing a brief biographical sketch (150 words or less).
My family moved to Hicksville, a
couple of weeks after I was born in the
Summers were spent in the pool
in the yard with company visiting from the
It was a different time then, people didn’t lock their doors, sat on the front stoops at night and talked, a wonderful time to grow up. We would play on those warm summer nights in the school yard across the street or have pajama parties with all the girls on the block on someone’s front stoop. Ah, the age of innocence.
Walking down Broadway and stopping to eat at the Sweet Shop, shopping at Zuckers
for shoes, Olga’s dress shop and Starlight Shop for clothes.
My mother and I would go to Jack’s Hair Salon to get our hair done for
special occasions. You could walk
everywhere. Walk to the train station and catch the train to go to the city was
a wonderful way to spend the day. Going
to Goldman Brothers with my dad to buy his work clothes.
Sad to see the store go. Walking
to Mid Island Plaza and going to Horn and Hardarts while waiting for a bus to go
After graduating SUNY at Farmingdale, I worked for an
visit family and friends in