I graduated from Tyler School of Art (Temple U.) and got married to Stanley Ginsburg and taught in the Phila School system. Divorced and remarried in 1976. Started event planning and decorating business @1983 with sister Dana. Dissolved business in 1996 and was caregiver to parents. Currently retired and living the "every day is Saturday" life.
I moved away the summer between 6A & 6B. Eventually went to Wilson Jr. High class of '62 and Geo. Washington H.S. '65.
Having shared memories of Crieghton's teachers and assemblies & F & the Blvd's restaurants, famous Suicide (sledding) Hill, Sears, & Whitaker Mansion with my husband, keeps those good times discussed often. We actually realized the connection during a very early date when he told me about his Suicide Hill. " I had a Suicide Hill growing up" I said, and that's when we knew we were from the same neighborhood. We remember when we hear all those old Broadway songs that we used to sing at assemblies, or that Christmas pagent with the blue cellophane covered flash lights carried by mostly Jewish kids singing, "Oh Come All Ye Faithful". I was in the bell group and played all those Christmas songs up on the stage. Somehow the holidays were alot more fun before they became "politically correct"