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jewelry maker , sculptor

Mary Ealy Cormier, American Jewelry maker, sculptor. Achievements include 2 patents on a baseball uniform, 1974. Avocations: embroidery, sewing. F C.

Background

Cormier, Mary Ealy was born on September 24, 1933 in Salem, Iowa, United States. Daughter of Elmer Russell and Stella Elizabeth (Fenn) Hodges.

Education

Diploma, Paris Academy of Beauty, Cedar Rapid, Iowa, 1950.

Career

Hairstylist, Georgia Case Beauty Salon, Keokuk, Iowa., 1950-1952;hairstylist, makeup artist, Charles of the Ritz, Falls Church, Virginia, 1955-1965;developer, cosmetic, perfume line, Amarna XVIII, Ltd., Peotone, Illinois, 1970-1974;customer service, Xerox Corporation, Springfield, Illinois, 1977-1978;electronic board stuffer, Tome Commander, Inc., Redmond, Washington, 1979;porcelain doll artist, costumer, Liza Jane Dolls, Coquitlam, B.C., Canada, 1980-1989;costume jewelry maker, A.T. Storrs, Ltd., Vancouver, B.C., Canada, since 1990.

Achievements

  • Achievements include 2 patents on a baseball uniform, 1974. Avocations: embroidery, sewing. F C.

Connections

Married Wilbert Leroy Ealy, October 12, 1952 (divorced 1977). Children: Sheri Luper, Lorita Heale, James Ealy, Gerald Ealy, Jeanne Zoschke. Married John Joseph Cormier, August 6, 1979.

father:
Elmer Russell Hodges

mother:
Stella Elizabeth (Fenn) Hodges

spouses:
Wilbert Leroy Ealy

John Joseph Cormier

children:
Sheri Luper Cormier

Lorita Heale Cormier

James Ealy Cormier

Gerald Ealy Cormier

Jeanne Zoschke Cormier