Head Hogs Exec Asst., Shareholder Relations & Oyster Fairy
Here are a few fun things you need to know about Cat:
Her first oyster experience: In the late ’80s, I had just moved into the house across the street and south of Tony’s Seafood in Marshall. For our celebratory first dinner we, of course, went there with friends. I had been going to Tony’s with my family since I was a little girl but none of the kids EVER ate the oysters! That night, I had my first bbq’d oyster and with my first bite, I bit into a good-sized pearl! I had that pearl made into an earring and have it to this day.
What’s your favorite oyster? Ours, of course! And I’m a fool for our Atlantics!
Fun fact about Cat: In the ’90s I had an art car — a 1967 Valiant covered in old doll heads — entitled, “Dolls In The Hood”. In time, many of the doll heads became partially covered with black West Marin mildew and often scared little girls. It also frightened drivers when you came up behind them too quickly. John Carpenter was filming “Village of the Damned” in Point Reyes Station, saw my car and had his people take pictures of it. He then attempted to recreate Dolls In The Hood for his next flop of a film, “Escape From LA” — I tried to sue him. Eventually, the car couldn’t pass a smog test so, sadly, I had to decapitate her and donate the car. Part of my retirement plan is to resurrect that car and if you’re still around, I’ll take you for a ride in it — it’s quite an experience!