Mitch called Bea in early December and asked if she might be interested in auditioning for a role in the upcoming ad campaign for Jdate.Bea was shopping in the local King’s and right then and there she said, “Yes, I would like to audition for the part.” Although not a professional actress, she auditioned in New York City and won a role. In less than two months, Mitch first approached Bea with the idea, the audition took place. Bea did not feel she handled it well and so told one of her own.Before New Jersey, there was West Philadelphia, where Bea grew up. There were lots of families and friends in the neighborhood. Her high school was also attended by Wilt Chamberlin.

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She has lived in the same house since; 65 years this month.

All of her children attended the same three Springfield schools; Chisholm, Gaudineer and Jonathan Dayton.

SPRINGFIELD, NJ – Bea Slater, Springfield’s “Grandmother of Rock n’ Roll” found a new gig.

On the heels of her appearance introducing Steve Van Zandt and the Disciples of Soul at a Staten Island show last September, Bea won a starring role in a poster ad campaign for Jdate.

She said she was asked by someone about her living arrangements and replied “I live in a ranch house.” To which the person responded, “Do you own a horse? The people conducting the audtion liked it so much she got the job.

Then the ad pictures were taken in the Brooklyn studio.

If he read about a natural disaster or saw television coverage of a medical emergency, the victims might soon be opening envelopes containing or , usually urging them to ''save your postage'' by not sending a letter of thanks.” Well after he passed away, Bea said she still received letters of people thanking her for his help.