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Avvo requests that I use this section to write personal information about myself that cannot be found in my education and experience section. I will try to hit some highlights of my life before and after becoming a lawyer. My father was a Major General in the Marine Corps, a highly decorated fighter pilot. Sadly he passed away in April, 2015. My mother is a talented artist, golfer, cook, and seamstress. I have two brothers, one an airline Captain based in Boulder City, NV, and the other one is a self-employed Electrician. I was married almost 27 years to a landscape contractor and we operated a landscape construction business together from 1978 to 1991 in California and Oregon. We divorced in 2005. I also operated a Quarter Horse breeding farm in the Colestin area, just south of Mt. Ashland for 10 years with 23 mares and a syndicated stallion named Johnny O'MacQue. Upon the death of the stallion, I went back to college and finished my undergraduate degree in 1991 and then attended University of Oregon School of Law graduating in 1996. I have lived in Medford, Oregon since 1992, and commuted from Medford to Eugene twice a week to attend my last two years of law school. I am a zealous animal lover and have a Maine Coon Cat that adopted me while I was attending a function at the Rogue Valley Country Club in 2011. In 2012, I purchased the most handsome and gorgeous AKC Belgian Tervuren dog and trained him in agility. He's at the top level now and headed towards his MACH, Masters of Agility Champion. I trained and showed him to his AKC obedience title CDX also. In 2014 I purchased another handsome devil, a AKC Belgian Sheepdog who is now trained in agility and will begin his show career this year (2016). I love to care for the landscape at my home and even mow my own lawns. I have many wonderful friends in the Southern Oregon area and Southern California as well (where I lived in my youth). I am a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). I have a positive attitude and always look for the good in people I meet. I feel very compassionate towards others with health problems, disabilities, the homeless, veterans, and people suffering from loss. Thank you for reading this if you read to the end.
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