On the edge, the chase of the story, ambulance, fire or city hall, Marsha has made use of balanced reporting to write only the truth of the issues, with both sides represented, letting her reader use balanced reporting to help them draw their own conclusions on matters of interest.
Marsha's husband, Donald Wilgis was employed in aerospace, and their three children were born in Denver, Colorado while he was working on the Titan Missles at the Martin-Marietta Plant just outside Denver.
Later the family went with North American Rockwell and a job in Mississippi where Don worked with a crew that static fired the first stage of the Saturn Moon Rocket before it was barged to the Cape and on to the moon.
Between family and job Marsha and her family traveled to almost every state in the Union. Their youngest, Marcee, waded in the ocean off Fort Bragg, California, built sand castles on the beaches of Cape May, New Jersey, and swam in the Gulf of Mexico before she was 6 years old.
Marsha majored in Art and Journalism in college, but did not graduate. The two fields came together and were valuable for her 38 years work in small town newspapers, working in both editor and ad art departments.
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