I was born and raised in San Pedro, moved to Cincinnati, Ohio. My whole life reflects the rich soil of culture, experiences & friends of 'Pedro. Spent teen years as a ballerina, I'm executive director of charitable organization for Norwood, Ohio. My husband is Robert Hoyt, drummer of White Gas band. We are blessed with 3 great adult kids & 3 grandkids.
My San Pedro hangout
Royal Palms, Pt.Fermin Park
My San Pedro secret
MSHS or SPHS
Looking back I learned the most about people and sales skills from Mr. Dolgin our business teacher.
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