was born in Chicago on March 16, 1916. She moved to the San Fernando Valley
in 1959 where she worked as an electrologist for thirty years. She started
in lapidary after she moved to Leisure World in December 1991.
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a 30-year career he returned to civilian life in Chula Vista, California,
where he set up a cabinet shop. He made cabinets and created custom-built
furniture for five years until the Korean War broke out, and he returned
to the Navy for two more years. After that war he returned to cabinet making
until he retired in 1969.