Deborah E. Brussolo, President and creative director of Dab-A-Dew Corporation, developed Fishing Away with Erik all Day, the first product from Dab-A-Dew.
Shortly after graduating from high school, Deborah entered the DeVry Institute, where she earned her Associate degree in Electronic Engineering.
Deborah spent the next several years working as an electronics technician.
Deborah eventually began to work for General Electric as a CT scanner service engineer.
After several years with General Electric, Deborah left to work for TRW Medical Electronics as a Medical Imaging Service Engineer.
It was at TRW
and Allan met and formed a relationship.
In late 1990, Deborah
became very sick and was essentially bedridden.
It was not until quite some time later that her
condition was diagnosed as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
explored several therapies and treatments over the next several years.
It was during the summer of 1994 that Deborah
first conceived of the "Fishing Away" project as she
watched people fishing on the shore of Ocean City, NJ.
was able to recapture her
energy, and has recovered to the point where she
is able to devote her
full-time attention to the Dab-A-Dew projects and business development.
came out of her
sickness with a new found creativity and has used this talent to develop Dab-A-Dew 's offerings.
worked on the game concept for 4 years, changing the look and focus several times.
decided on the current look and format and in 1998, Dab-A-Dew
printed 1000 copies of "Fishing Away with Erik All Day".
Since that time, Deborah
has driven the creation of all the current projects and continues to be the creative force behind the team.