Naomi W. Zaslow began her career as a successful child entertainer, and later received best actress honors as a scholarship student at TempleUniversity. She became a radio and TV actress, newspaper reporter and columnist and was a founder and president of The Delaware County Press Club.As PR director for Marple Newtown School District in suburban Philadelphia she was a founder and president of the Pennsylvania School Public RelationsAssociation, and vice president of The National School Public Relations Association. She won national honors for publications and for writing,directing and producing "General High School", a soap opera with a message, that ran for ten years on cable television, culminating in anACE award nomination..Naomi recently published her heartfelt autobiography, "Memories of a Life Well Loved" and her historical drama, Forgotten FirstLadies", was performed for audiences in West Palm Beach, Florida. She was inducted into South Philadelphia High School's Cultural Hall of Fameand recently honored by Friends of Old Time Radio. Her commitment to community led to presidencies in synagogue-sisterhood, B'nai B'rith, and PTA.Love and happiness in family life Naomi considers her greatest accomplishment. She cherishes her marriage of over 60 years, and is grateful that herlove led to raising and loving four children, thirteen grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren. This rich tableau of four generations inspired herto write "The ABC's of Values"Words have meaning, and Naomi wants to explain to others, especially young people, why their outlook, opinions, attitudes toward themselves and others,and trying and being their best, is so important.The ABC's of Values, written in short paragraphs, are explanatory, not judgmental. The ideas and ideals are meant to edify and encourage selfconfidence, self improvement and living well with and for others. The letter "L" is Naomi's favorite. To her, love is life's most importantvalue.