Bucko, Mark M.

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NAME: Mark M. Bucko



INTERIOR DESIGNER, 38 Mark M. Bucko, 38, an interior designer who specialized in the re-creation of historical fabric treatments, died Sunday of complications due to AIDS at his home in the Fairmount.

Mr. Bucko's studio, Bucko Freres Ltd., designed historically accurate treatments of drapes or curtains or other fabric uses for such clients as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Valley Forge National Historic Park, Peter Wentz Farmstead, Independence NationalPublished on 1998-12-10, Page B08, Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA)

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Date of Birth: 11/4/1960

Date of Death (delete if non-applicable): 12/6/1998

Age at Death (delete if non-applicable): 38


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