Pauline Patterson owns the local favorite pub Finn McCool’s and bar/restaurant Treo with the love of her life and husband, Stephen. Pauline grew up as a daydreamer in Northern Ireland in the mist of turmoil and among armed soldiers and war wreckage. She shares with us principles and values she has learned from her parents of working hard, fixing what is broken and living life with passion because age is but a number and there is plenty of time to reckless.
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BY ROBERT ZIPPLIES
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