I grew up on a small farm in Pooler, Georgia, playing in the dirt with two brothers. At the age of thirteen, I moved to Richmond Hill, Georgia, where I fell in love with the salty air of the coast and its abundance of fresh fish, shrimp, and oysters. Richmond Hill became the place where Glen and I raised our two daughters.
I attended Savannah Christian from the young age of six. After graduation, I immediately began a job at Lifeline Medical Center, where I realized I wanted to become a nurse. I completed my nursing degree in 1992 and have been working in health care for thirty years. Working in the nursing field allows me to interact with individuals and meet new people daily.
I love to exercise, travel, and spend time with friends and family. A great day for me is spending time on the boat with my family, walking my golden retriever under the shady oaks of our quaint neighborhood, planting flowers and sharing them with friends, and watching sunsets and the rise of a full moon on the Belfast River.