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Maggie Molera Stodghill

I am technically a “come here” because our family moved to the Eastern Shore of Virginia when I was 4 years old. My father was a physician at Shore Memorial Hospital for over 30 years and my mother has been active in many local volunteer organizations, theater, real estate and teaching. I grew up on a working horse farm on Nassawadox Creek where my parents raised Arabian horses for most of my younger years. My childhood was spent making forts on the farm, crabbing off the dock, playing sports and spending a lot of time at the Trawler Dinner Theater.
After graduating from Northampton High School, I attended Virginia Commonwealth University where I studied crafts, painting & other mixed media, graduating with a degree in Art History. Following graduation, I spent the next few years in Richmond, Charlottesville and Virginia Beach, ultimately moving back to the Shore after meeting my husband, Chris.
My professional career has consisted of medical billing, catering and sales and marketing. After the birth of my first son, a childhood friend and I worked together to reopen the Montessori school. We sought to provide the opportunity to experience the same educational start she and my sisters and I had experienced. The Montessori Children’s House of Franktown (MCHF) is still one of my most meaningful accomplishments and joys!
When I am not working, you can find me at the ballfield with one of my three sons, spending time with my sisters and parents, in the midst of floral creations at my shop in Onancock, or playing golf with my husband at the Eastern Shore Yacht and Country Club.