Melody Hitchner moved to Bellingham from beautiful and sunny Okanogan to attend Western Washington University in 1999. She liked the water, mountains and most of the people so much that she decided to stay. She has been at The Herald since 2002 working in the real estate advertising, customer service and marketing departments. She lives in Lynden with her cat, Fitzwilliam Kitty.
Melody Hitchner moved to Bellingham from beautiful and sunny Okanogan to attend Western Washington University in 1999. She liked the water, mountains and most of the people so much that she decided to stay. She has been at The Herald since 2002 working in the real estate advertising, customer service and marketing departments. She lives in Lynden with her cat, Fitzwilliam Kitty. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Melody Hitchner moved to Bellingham from beautiful and sunny Okanogan to attend Western Washington University in 1999. She liked the water, mountains and most of the people so much that she decided to stay. She has been at The Herald since 2002 working in the real estate advertising, customer service and marketing departments. She lives in Lynden with her cat, Fitzwilliam Kitty. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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