Bruce T. Marshall
8400 Queen Annes Drive
Silver Spring, MD 20910


Writer and producer, Museum of the Open Road 2000-present
Freelance and commercial writing with clients including : 1997-present
        Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, Cleveland (Exhibition Text)
        The Cleveland Orchestra (Publications Department)
        The City News (Feature articles focusing on Cleveland's African-American community) (Online classes: text and audio)
Senior Minister, First Unitarian Church of Cleveland, Ohio 1992-1997
Minister, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Huntington, New York 1981-1992
Minister, Unitarian Church of Flint, Michigan 1974-1981


Chicago Theological Seminary, D.Mn.
Meadville/Lombard Theological School, M.A., Religious Studies
Earlham College, B.A., Psychology

Further study: University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Manchester College, Oxford University, England
Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation, Bethesda, Maryland



Shaker Heights, Images of America Series, Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, SC: 2006
What We Share
, (contributor) Skinner House Press, Boston, 2001
Taking Pictures of God
, Skinner House Press, Boston, 1996
A Holy Curiosity
, UUFH, Huntington, New York, 1990


Museum of the Open Road, Seventeen programs featuring timed commentaries for travelers on interstate highways in CD and cassette format, 2001-2006


Over 100 articles featured in publications including the City News, Newsday, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Akron Beacon Journal, Washington Post/LA Times Syndicate, Toledo Blade, The Christian Century, Quest, Alban Action Information, Sacred Journey, World.


Served on boards and/or as officer in community organizations, including: Interchurch Council of Greater Cleveland, Human Relations Commission of the City of Shaker Heights, University Heights Symphonic Band, Suffolk County Planned Parenthood, Hospice of Flint, Warm Hearth Food Coop, Planned Parenthood of Flint, Memorial Society of Flint.


American Association of Museums
Ohio Association of Historical Societies and Museums

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