Third generation Tom Perkins took over the dealership in 1990; his father, Dudley Perkins Jr., died in 1997 at age 73. A year later, Chris Perkins, fourth generation, graduated from high school and began as an apprentice mechanic at the company during the summer until he enrolled at the University of San Francisco, alma mater of his grandfather and father. His sister, Nicole, also worked during the summer at the Fisherman’s Wharf store managed by Tom’s wife, Janet, who became general manager of the South San Francisco company in 2001.
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What a show ! All of this and the crowning of the Miss Pacifica Local 2014, by our Miss Pacifica Local 2013, Brenna Eperson, who has done wonderfully as our town’s community representative at local events such as the “Fog Fest” parade, “Rancho Days” at the Sanchez Adobe, and “Fandango” dinner dance, which kicks off the Pacific Coast Fog Fest. I reckon by this point you’re all wonderin’ who the dang winner is. Well, that’s just what we all were thinkin’ when the judges presented the pageant’s host, Brad Bollinger, with “The Envelope”. And the winner of the 2014 Miss Pacifica Local pageant is …. Jenny Montañez! Congrats to Jenny. May your reign be fun and eventful.
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