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Interior designer

Marelle Ellen Groteluschen, American interior designer. Member American Association of University Women, Altrusa (program chairman 1980-1982).

Background

Groteluschen, Marelle Ellen was born on February 27, 1939 in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Naaman Mast and Mary Buckwalter (Weaver) Stoltzfus.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Home Economics Education, Eastern Mennonite University, 1963. Postgraduate, University Iowa, 1966.

Career

Volunteer Peace Corps., Turkey, 1963-1965. Field advisor Girl Scouts American, Lexington, Kentucky, 1966-1969. Interior designer John Hale Interiors, Elm Grove, Wisconsin, 1973-1979, Marelle Interiors, Elm Grove, 1979-1982, Alma, Michigan, since 1982.

Interior design instructor Waukesha County (Wisconsin) Technology Institute, 1972-1982, University South Carolina, Aiken, 2006. Instructor Continuing Education, Alma, since 1982. Member women's advisory board Heritage Bank, Milwaukee, 1981-1983.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor Country Decorating, 1979—2001.

Membership

Member American Association of University Women, Altrusa (program chairman 1980-1982). Clubs: Alma Women's (president 1984-1985).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Golf, skiing, horseback riding.

Connections

Married Jon Kingdon Groteluschen, September 4, 1964. Children: Andrea, Inga.

father:
Naaman Mast Stoltzfus

mother:
Mary Buckwalter (Weaver) Stoltzfus

spouse:
Jon Kingdon Groteluschen

child:
Andrea Groteluschen

child:
Inga Groteluschen