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Lee Ann

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Born and raised in a small town in central Wisconsin, it was always Lee Ann’s dream to get out and explore a bigger city. After 4 years in Madison, she landed in Milwaukee where she met her now husband, Kevin. Together they have 3 small children, 5 and under. Lee Ann is strong, passionate, super sassy, kind of sarcastic, a little nerdy and loves wholeheartedly. She works as a marketing coordinator during the day and by night she’s a fun-loving mama who also enjoys playing volleyball and bowling and hanging out with her friends.
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