Marilyn was co-editor of the June 1953 year
book. She will soon be sending us what she says is the last good
photo of her from a middle school yearbook of four
years ago. She was prizewinning advisor and photographer for that
publication for 13 years. She has worked as a teacher on and off for
44 years, her last position lasting 32 years.
Marilyn is currently living in New York with her
husband of 42 years, a graphic designer. She has a son, Paul, and
a daughter, Pam.
teach has been off since Jan.1 and will retire officially on July 1.
I plan to follow my dream of becoming Lois Lane, somewhat superannuated
but still 'perky.'"
I don't know how to thank you for your wonderful
letters and encouragement. You are helping me just by thinking enough of
me to take time to write . I am fascinated by the way we have made our
lives. We were a group of kids the likes of which they don't make anymore.
Almost 50 years later, I feel privileged to have been part of the group. I
look forward to seeing you in '03.
Marilyn Kwasnick Bliok
Great Neck, NY 11023
My husband Leo Bliok alongside tiles to be placed on the
wall of The Society of Illustrators, on East 63rd street in Manhattan, as
part of the the group's Centennial celebration. Can you find his