CHARLIE HALE, DAVE ANDERSEN AND STEVE NOONAN INVITE EVERYONE
TO JOIN THEM AND OTHER 1960s MUSICIAN FRIENDS AT THE BOURBON STREET GRILL
THIS SATURDAY, OCT 4 STARTING AT NOON
WELCOME, '60s LANCERS
Charlie Hale invites you
Teamwork and Focus
Mrs. Agnes Blose, R.I.P.
George Vermillion, RIP
Former teacher robbed
'65 50th Reunion
Let's land at John Wayne
Video Tour of Golden Hill
Varsity Football Results
The Shepard Brothers
"A BONAFIDE DETECTIVE"
FIND YOUR CLASS, 62-70
Marilee Stiles Stern, '67
Marilee became one of the most accomplished artists ever to come from Orange County.
Marilee left Sunny Hills High School after her sophomore year to study ballet and dance in New York City. Eventually she became a prima ballerina with George Balanchine and the New York City Ballet.
Years later she became a painter and her work has attracted international acclaim.
Marilee lives with her husband and family in the Pacific Northwest and continues as a ballet teacher and artist.
One of Marilee's most gifted and successful ballet students has been the celebrated Miss Ariana Lallone.
This photo is circa 2006.
I think we all remember Marilee affectionately as a lovely, unique young lady.
July 7, 2014
at 1:59 PM said:
Marilee was one of my best friends during our NYCB days...and she still is a dear friend to me. I don't see her as often as I would like, even though we both live in Seattle....but love her talent and great enthusiasm for life...
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