Hi! I’m Patricia (Pat) Wilhite. Thanks for stopping by.
Recently retired. Sleeping a lot. Noticing lots of bald heads and grey hair. Reading obits more than ever. Seeing lots of movies, visiting Art Galleries, and taking loads of day trips. I’m looking for someone tall, dark, and handsome, WITH A FULL HEAD OF HAIR!
INFORMATION ABOUT PATRICIA AHERN WILHITE
Born and brought up in the Boston area. Attended Catholic schools through College years (Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY.) After college (BS in Nutrition) I received a one year Dietetic Internship at the Massachusetts General Hospital. Was hired as an Administrative Dietitian at the Harvard Business School (2 years.) Left to attend Michigan State University in East Lansing, MI where I received an MA in Family Studies and Education. Received the Outstanding Alumni Award 10 years after graduating. Worked for the New York State Extension Service for 4 years (a teaching arm of Cornell University.) Got married and moved to California. Worked for 1 year doing publicity for Adolph’s Meat Tenderizer Company in Burbank before setting up a Film Company with my husband called The Polished Apple where I wrote and produced nutritional educational filmstrips and videos for schools (20 years.) Produced a television special on Population Growth shown on PBS titled “Sorry, No Vacancy” that was nominated for an Emmy. Also produced educational materials for Walt Disney Educational Media. Opened a showroom on Santa Monica Blvd. in Santa Monica, CA selling Hot Spring Portable Spas (10 years.) Got divorced and moved to the Desert and started a career in Real Estate (20 years.) Since 1980 I have been collecting Western and Native American art.