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About Me

Hello There. I’m glad you found me. I hope you’ll stay.

My name is Trish. I am a poodle walker.  I honestly could not imagine life without dogs.

As a child I would knock on neighbors doors and ask to walk their dogs.

In college, I developed a love of radio. As a DJ on the campus radio station, WVUD at the University of Dayton, my on air name was “Trish the Dish spinning your wish.”

After college, I was a radio personality at WKBW in Buffalo. One of the most memorable moments on the radio was the time Dan Neaverth tracked us down on our honeymoon. Yes, live on the air at 6am! He called every Hotel, Inn, B&B, Villa you name it till he found us. It took him till Friday but it made for hysterical radio.

First came love, then came marriage then comes babies in a baby carriage.

Raising our children filled in a decade or two.

So here I am, working in customer service work at a hospital, and reaping the rewards of a wife and mother to our wonderful family.

7 Thoughts on “About Me

  1. Trish, this is wonderful! I love it. But, I would like to follow your blog. I see that you have a website powered by WordPress. I love them! Let me know when you have a “Follow” button so can follow your blog and see all of your new posts in my reader.



  2. Mary Trimper on October 23, 2013 at 1:47 am said:

    Beauregard says “Thank You! ” He and we love the blog. It is his first step to stardom is how he sees it!

  3. Linda Fabian on November 1, 2013 at 7:54 pm said:

    I think we have the best neighbors in the whole-wide-world – 2 and 4 legged, that is!

  4. Ashley Monfort on May 12, 2014 at 7:46 pm said:

    Hello Mrs. Lewis,
    I’m a reporter with NBC12 in Richmond. I wanted to let you know that the story of Natalie and Ginny Doyle has touched a lot of people here.

    Natalie was an amazing woman and we would love to tell her story when your family is willing and able. My contact information is amonfort@nbc12.com.

    Thank you for your time and I am so sorry for your loss,
    Ashley Monfort

  5. A listener from the past on January 13, 2017 at 9:18 pm said:

    Hi Trish,

    Many years ago I used to listen to your show on WKBW from down in lower Delaware at night; working alone, and sometimes while driving through the night. I appreciated and enjoyed your company, enough so that I searched for you on the web every few years to see if I might ever find out what happened to you. Thank you for doing your shows.

    It’s nice to hear you have had a good life.

    Of course I listened to your new web show to hear your voice again, and I am terribly sorry for your troubles.

    Best wishes,
    A listener from the past

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