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She described her mother as an unhappy housewife while her father drove a cab.

She attended Malvern schools where she was an avid athlete who participated in many sports and was very interested in art.

While working at Newsday she married the boy next door, well the boy across the street, Edward Bottini in 1952 and had two daughters, Laura and Lisa.

The couple bought a home in Levittown, Long Island, NY in 1954 and went on to own and operate three art galleries on Long Island between 19.

After moving to LA, Bottini studied acting at Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute and performed a one-woman show, "The Many Faces of Women", nationwide.

After lunch with friends, that included mutual friend Adam Levine, Jake and Austin took a few moments talking to one of the group for cameras to give it there best shot.

She continued her activism into the new millennium.

She co-chaired the Lesbian and Gay Advisory Board for the City of West Hollywood from 2000 to 2010.

From 1998 until 1999, Bottini co-chaired the addiction and recovery city task force, and established the ad hoc committee City of West Hollywood, to publicize the issue of lesbian and gay partner abuse.

Also in 1999, she chaired the National Organization for Women's annual national conference, called Pioneer Reunion, in Beverly Hills.

After lunch with friends, that included mutual friend Adam Levine, Jake and Austin took a few moments talking to one of the group for cameras to give it there best shot.She continued her activism into the new millennium.She co-chaired the Lesbian and Gay Advisory Board for the City of West Hollywood from 2000 to 2010.From 1998 until 1999, Bottini co-chaired the addiction and recovery city task force, and established the ad hoc committee City of West Hollywood, to publicize the issue of lesbian and gay partner abuse.Also in 1999, she chaired the National Organization for Women's annual national conference, called Pioneer Reunion, in Beverly Hills.Alexander insisted Bottini go with her to a meeting, and soon she was helping to found the first chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) which was located in New York City.