Karolyn grew up in Dorchester, Massachusetts and attended St Brendan's Grammar School and then Jeanne d'Arc Academy in Milton, Ma for high school. Boston University School of Education after that. Worked at Francis X Bellotti's Law Office in Quincy Ma until the birth of daughter in 1971. Was a stay at home mom for years. Began an at home business, Karolyn's Doll Shop in 1978 that grew to become a huge venture with doll kits being shipped world wide by the late 1980s and into the 1990s. Business slowed after that hey day. She now spends her days gardening, quilting and other forms of needlework and genealogy.
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On 23 Sep 2014 at 03:11 GMT Paula J wrote:
To alter that name click edit and then where the LNAB is you have to click that edit button and it will take you to a new page.
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