I was born in Maryland in 1968, the older of 2 daughters, to Ann & Keith Fowler. When I was 13, my father passed away and then 3 months later my grandmother passed away. This would be the start of my rebellious teen years.
When I was 15 years old my mom married Richard Eutsler Sr. A year later they had my little sister, Cheryl. The family moved to Northfield Vermont in 1984 when I was 16. I studied for and received my GED at the age of 17. I worked various jobs in different fields. Burger King was my first, but I’ve worked in Deli’s, as a Chamber Maid, Secretary, etc.
My husband Jim and I married in 1988 when I was 20 years old.
At the age of 23 I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. At this time I had to stop working and through Vocational Rehabilitation was able to get my floral design degree. I have had to learn not to let the MS control me, but to put my trust in Jesus to get me through the days. I started working at a flower shop in August of 1991.
In 1992 we had our son and then 21 months later our daughter came along, both of whom I homeschooled, while working part-time at the shop. My daughter received her high school diploma and my son decided to get his GED.
I currently work part-time for Steve Atherton at Atherton Law, as his assistant, and continue to fill-in for the holidays at the flower shop.
I am an ordained minister with The Fishermen Ministry and I love animals, karaoke, going yard saleing, spending time with family and friends, carpentry, and traveling.
To find more about me, please read my testimony.