Hannah is a great friend of mine who brought me into the world of wigs. I went shopping with her a few times when her hair had fallen out again from her latest chemo treatment and we thought the wig buying experience could be better, more fun. She had long dark wigs and short blonde wigs and wasn't afraid to try a new style. I liked the idea that a new wig can offer you something real hair cannot like showing how you are feeling or are inspired to be. We wanted to eliminate the stigma associated with "wigs" and talk about how cool and fun they are.
Hannah was an amazing friend, daughter, sister, and inspiration to everyone who met her and she had the largest celebration of life in San Diego. I will never forget her and continue to pursue this adventure she and I started together just before she passed.
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Hannah was an amazing public relations guru and worked in the restaurant and hospitality industry. This gave her so many local perks and VIP access to new restaurant openings. Sometimes I was lucky enough to accompany her to such events as this one pictured here.
Hannah was a huge foodie and loved wine. If you live in San Diego, you know there is a festival for anything and many involve wine. Here, we are at a wine festival in 2019 near the harbor.
Hannah was very involved in marketing clubs in San Diego. This is us at a Padres baseball game for a networking event for the American Marketing Association.