Board member/ Friends of Del Cerro
Lived in our Del Cerro community for 50 years and have a family of 3 children, all graduates of Phoebe Hearst, Lewis and Patrick Henry. I’m a retired 6th grade teacher in Denver, New Jersey and Vista, California.
While raising a family, I was PTA president, twice of Phoebe Hearst Elementary, and PTA president twice, at Patrick Henry High School. I collected, edited and had published the San Diego 200th Anniversary Cookbook while in Del Cerro Jr. Woman’s Club. It was an effort of 30 young women in our Del Cerro community. It went thru two publishing’s.
I love this community and plan on spending my remaining years here.
Bryan is a community leader that lives in Allied Gardens with his wife Crystal and 2 boys Parker & Preston. He’s been living in the area since 2013 and loves the community and location! As someone with a physical disability, he believes nothing should hold you back from pursuing your dreams and encourages others to think big. During his free time, he enjoys traveling, bowling, photography and volunteering.
Bryan started out in the production industry, supporting musicians and artists behind the scenes. A natural entrepreneur, he runs several businesses, including a photography and videography company; Pridmoria. Even though he is a full-time financial advisor, he enjoys keeping a relevant perspective by staying involved. As a financial advisor at Mission Trails Financial, they have been voted the best Financial Advisor by the readers of the Mission Times Courier! His office is off Navajo near Patrick Henry High School. Bryan takes a practical approach to investing by helping clients use discipline and strategy in accomplishing financial goals.
Bryan is a member of the Friends of Del Cerro because he believes that everyone wins when we work together to improve our area. Everyone has different skills to bring to the table so let’s work together to build ourselves up!
Bryan also leads a local business networking group that represent the areas of Grantville, Allied Gardens, Del Cerro, and San Carlos. The group is called GADS and meets on the second Friday on the month at 7:30am.
Bryan’s favorite part about the area is the Little League fields next to his house. The community comes together throughout the week to benefit the families and build friendships. The kids enjoy the competition and the sound of cheering next door is the best!
Bio coming soon.