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Point Loma & Shelter Island 12.07.2017Diana Davidson

Christopher and Erica Faustino

Six19 Printing was established in 2007 by two San Diego natives, Christopher Faustino and Erica Firnhaber, who envisioned and developed a unique screen printing, embroidery and graphic design company that radiates style and originality. After knowing each other for less than two years and both being laid off from our full-time day jobs, we set modest goals and strategically mapped out a business plan. Read more>>

Uzoma Albert

From a young age, I’ve always been artsy. As an adult, I wanted to find a way to find a way to apply this artistic drive which I’ve always had, while earning a living and helping people. Graphic design, which I studied in college at Indiana University was the outlet that I found. Read more>>

Ted Washington

It started as a self-publishing venture. I do art and had some friends over to view some pieces when one of them, Dawn, started gathering the scraps of paper I would write thoughts and, what I didn’t know would be poetry, on. She asked if I wrote them, I said yes, and she said she like them and would help me publish a book. Read more>>

Taylor Langstaff

Wailua Shave Ice was originally started by two family friends (Brandon Baptiste and Josh Tamaoka) on Kaua’i. I have known them for most of my life, and after graduating from Point Loma Nazarene University, I went home for a few months and they let me work for them. Read more>>

Gavin Fleming

Hmmm… where it all started huh? Being in the right place at the right time. I walked into the office of my business and asked if they were hiring. They asked me “When can you begin working?” I responded, “whenever I can start.” Read more>>

Pam Millan

I started working for another DJ company when I was in my 20’s. The owner was nice, but not very organized and would send me to weddings with the wrong first dance song or Christmas parties with no Christmas music. I decided to start my own business with the encouragement of another DJ. Read more>>

Diana Davidson

After being a classroom elementary school for 12 years, I was looking for a change and a better family/life balance. I love being a teacher and I love working with children so I wanted to do something that still incorporated both of my passions. Read more>>

Chuck Downing

My partner, Dr. JoAnn Jurchan and I are career educators with common philosophies. We both worked in the Grossmont Union High School district for several years without knowing much about one another.  was part of the hiring team for JoAnn while I was Chair of the Teacher Education Department at Point Loma Nazarene University. Read more>>

Kenneth Andersen

The business was started by my Grandfather, Walter Andersen Senior in 1928. In 1924 he moved to San Diego from Boleus Nebraska to work for his cousin Chris Westergard who owned Rose Court Floral in Mission Hills. Rose Court was a nursery and cut flower grower. Read more>>

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