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February 2024

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W E JUST KIND OF NESTLED in," says Craig Brown of the Poway home he has long shared with wife Bridgett. "We love the feeling of being a little bit away," she adds, a nod to its location, tucked into a cul-de-sac just off a winding country road. e home, in a close- knit neighborhood, is where they raised two children and is now a peaceful retreat for this philanthropic couple. Bridgett retired after 20 years as a sixth grade teacher at Poway's Twin Peaks Middle School and is now busy as chair of "Starry Night," the 115th Anniversary Charity Ball on February 17 at the Hotel del Coronado. Net proceeds from this, the oldest philanthropic event in San Diego, will benefit the Palliative Care Program at Rady Children's Hospital, providing support and services for children facing serious or life-limiting illnesses and their families. Dr. Ami Doshi, the program's director, hopes to expand the program to serve even more children. Bridgett & Craig Brown At Home With BY ANDREA NAVERSEN | PHOTOGRAPHY BY VINCENT KNAKAL connect people >> ranchandcoast.com 82 FEBRUARY 2024 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE Bridgett and Craig Brown relax on the patio of their Poway home

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