Emily is a thoughtfully quiet individual whose knowledge extends far beyond her years. An avid golfer, her skill earned her a scholarship to play at Sonoma State University (California State University, Sonoma). Always a history buff, she applied her passion and earned BA in the field.
Emily, a Carmichael native, grew up on a small ranch compromised of a vineyard, citrus groves, stone fruit trees, chickens, rabbits and horses. This is where she developed a passion for all things outside, enjoying the freedom of horses and the great wide open. She frequently enjoys golfing, camping, hunting, fishing and restoring her 1965 Volvo 122s. She thinks any time spent on horseback is church, and that dogs and horses are God’s gift to man.
Emily lives for the outdoors. Her passions have led her to be an expert in the identification and classification of firearms, fine art, and outdoor equipment. Her interest in history allows her to research items with unrelenting passion.
Emily can usually be found followed by the most well-behaved black lab, Shasta.