Meet A Volunteer: Sue Marberry
Volunteers are vital to the work of First UU and many members find volunteering to be a meaningful way to be involved in church life. As part of an ongoing series, church member Elaine Twamley interviews a volunteer about their work. Their stories offer illustrate the many enjoyable and meaningful ways to volunteer.
A lifetime love of math, music, and service to others are apparent in the life of our very active church member Sue Marberry. Born in New York City just a few years after the end of World War II, Sue is the child of Austrian immigrants who came to the United States to escape the Holocaust. Her parents converted from Judaism to Catholicism in an effort to evade the Nazis, but came to realize that was not effective camouflage. They therefore came to the United States and rediscovered their Jewish roots later in life.
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