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artist , freelance writer

Marjorie Foster Fleming, American freelance writer, artist. Certified teacher. Volunteer occupational therapist American Red Cross; special duty hostess for Purple Heart and Stage Door Canteen, World War World War II; Member International Poetry Museum, International Library. Poetry, International Society Poets (inducted into Hall of Fame Museum), Poetry Guild, American Diabetes Association, Cheltenham Center Arts, Kappa Chi Delta, Omega Chi.

Background

Fleming, Marjorie Foster was born on September 12, 1920 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Major Bronson and Helen Margaret (Vertner) Foster.

Education

Bachelor, Ursinus College, 1942. Studied painting with Morris Blackburn, Pennsylvania Academy Fine Arts and Cheltenham Center for Arts. Studied Robert Goldman, Cheltenham Township Center Arts.

Studied painting with Paul Wieghardt, Chicago Art Institute and Cheltenham Township Center for Arts.

Career

Cost accountant, Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, 1942-1943; assistant bank auditor, Liberty Title and Trust, Philadelphia, 1943-1944; assistant department special events, Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, 1945-1947; assistant stage television and radio show producer, Philadelphia, 1947-1949. Appeared on Wit's End (live pilot television show), 1948, guest Poetry Today WRTN Radio, New York City, 1997. Adult education studies Temple University Pierce Business College, Cheltenham High School, Oak Lane Company Day School, Cheltenham Adult School, Arthur Murry Dance School.

Painting: Morris Blackburn, Robert Goldman, Paul Wieghardt-Chicago The Art Institute of Chicago and Cheltenham Township Center for theArts.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher.

Politics

All human life is sacred and created by God and therefore, we must see all human life as significant and valuable. When governments implement the death penalty, then the life of the convicted person is devalued and all possibility of change in that person’s life ends.

Views

All Christians should study Old and New Testament, which texts were written and gathered together over a long period of time. It is important to find out as much as we can about the original contexts in which texts were produced.

Membership

Volunteer occupational therapist American Red Cross. Special duty hostess for Purple Heart and Stage Door Canteen, World War World War II. Member International Poetry Museum, International Library.

Poetry, International Society Poets (inducted into Hall of Fame Museum), Poetry Guild, American Diabetes Association, Cheltenham Center Arts, Kappa Chi Delta, Omega Chi.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Sculpture, photography, creative needlework, pianist, collecting sheet music, art, creative writing.

Connections

Married John Joseph Hundermark, September 24, 1949 (divorced September 1955). Children: John Foster Hundermark, David Laurence Hundermark. Married Paul Stewart Fleming, May 6, 1961.

father:
Major Bronson Foster

mother:
Helen Margaret (Vertner) Foster

spouses:
Paul Stewart Fleming

John Joseph Hundermark

children:
David Laurence Hundermark Fleming

John Foster Hundermark Fleming