Simeon-David Marable Edit Profile
Bachelor in Art and English, Lea College, Minnesota, 1970. Postgraduate, Tyler School Art, Philadelphia.
Teacher 7th and 8th grade art Pennsbury (Pennsylvania) School System, 1970-1988. Teacher 9th and 10th grade art Charles H.Boehm High School, Pennsbury, 1988, Medill Bair High School, Pennsbury,1990. Teacher Neshaminy Adult Education, 1972-1982.
Resident artist Middletown History Association, 1976, Three Arches Corporation, 1975, also treasurer. Sculptures represented in Albert Lea (Minnesota) Library. Painting in chapel Fort Dix, New Jersey.
Portraits of Mr. Mike Schmidt, 1986, Mr. Lee Elia, 1986; creator Philadelphia City of Champs logo. Manager Boys Soccer League, Boys Little League, Middletown Township.
Senior Babe Ruth coach, manager Langhome Athletic Association, 1988-1989. Senior coach Babe Ruth League, 1989. J.V. Baseball coach, 1989.
Member Presidential Task Force. Elected to National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1995.
Volunteer Republican National Convention, Philadelphia, 2000. Manager Boys Soccer League, Boys Little League, Middletown Township. Senior Babe Ruth coach, manager Langhome Athletic Association, 1988-1989.
Senior coach Babe Ruth League, 1989. J.V. baseball coach, 1989. Member Presidential Task Force.
Elected to National Trust for History Preservation, 1995. Involved with educational program Honoring the 200th Anniversary United States Constitution Commemorative Olde Philadelphia Constitution Attorney. Curator Levittown Exhibit, Pennsylvania.
President Levittown Internationally Known Communities Inc., since 2003. Program director Dream of America 1952 Photographs and Memorabilia of Levittown and Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Snowball Gate Doctor Levittown Exhibit Center, 2003. Served with United States Army Reserve, 1970.
Member Buck County Art Educators (president 1973-1974), Levittown Artists Association, National Society Arts and Literature, International Platform Association.
Married Pamela Joyce Sorenson, June 1, 1969. Children: Simeon-David dePaul (deceased), Daniel-Dale Christopher (deceased), Jason-Andrew Bartley, Jo Anna Lee, Benjamin Arthur Kurtis.