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artist , inventor , author , songwriter

Tina Marie Paterek, American artist, author, songwriter, inventor. Artist, founder Patriotic Pals of America Club, 1964. Member Center Jersey Deltiological Society, Inc., Artists and Writers Group Flemington (charter).

Background

Paterek, Tina Marie was born on September 1, 1922 in Bridgewater, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of Julius Caesar and Mary Anna (DeNicola) Monari.

Education

Graduated from the high school, Somerville, New Jersey.

Career

Designer, Pajama Factory, Manville, New Jersey, 1947-1952; parade chairperson, costume and set designer, composer, Sweet Adelines, Plainfield, New Jersey, 1958-1961; sales representative, Avon Products, Inc., Somerville, New Jersey, 1955-1970.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Artist, founder Presidential Portraits relay exhibit, Somerville, Presidential Portraits touring exhbit, Central Jersey. Commissioned Ann Rossi Gone With the Wind collection. Exhibited in group show at Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York City.

      Public songs, poems, paintings. Patentee Petroama Pet Exerciser, Jud Handle Hat. Author poem "Songs on the Wind".

Membership

Artist, founder Patriotic Pals of America Club, 1964. Member Center Jersey Deltiological Society, Inc., Artists and Writers Group Flemington (charter).

Connections

Married Peter Edward Paterek, June 16, 1946.

father:
Julius Caesar Monari

mother:
Mary Anna (DeNicola) Monari

spouse:
Peter Edward Paterek