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Marjorie E. Fish (33521 Byte) MARJORIE E. FISH

Marjorie E. Fish first became interested in UFO's in 1966 while reading "Anatomy of a Phenomenon" by Dr. Jacques Vallee. Her interest in UFO's was intense because of her prior studies of anthropology, biology, psychology, and animal behavior. Alternate ways of living, thinking, perceiving, and differences in biological systems are fascinating to Miss Fish, and integrating them into an understandable whole is an important avocation. She believes that extraterrestrial life forms and c ivilizations could give us a real "mirror for man," a comparison that could possibly answer many of the questions that have baffled man through the ages, questions of our nature, biology, and philosophy,

Marjorie Fish was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on September 19, 1932. She received a B.S. degree in Sociology from Juniata College in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, in 1954, graduating with distinction. She minored in Science. Miss Fish retrained for Elernentary Education at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, from June of 1962 to August of 1964.

Miss Fish has been teaching school in the state of Ohio for eleven years. She is affiliated with the Unitarian Church. Her hobbies and general interests are varied: reading, photography, art, carpentry, gardening, crafts, music, anthropology, ancient civilizations, astronomy, botany, mythology, psychological research, and zoology. Her unique three-dimensional model of the near stars is now being used by the Astronomy Department at Ohio State University at Perkins Observatory in Delaware, Ohio. Miss Fish spent six years in intensive research of the near stars and factors necessary for life.

Marjorie Fish passed away on April 8th, 2013