I am Trish, born in Houston, Texas, 1971. After 10 years of living in the city, my parents decided they wanted to move me and my younger sister back to my mom’s hometown of New Braunfels, Texas. I lived and grew up in the historical town of Gruene, home of Gruene Hall and the Guadalupe River. My parents continue to live there. In 1989, continuing the family tradition of Aggies, I moved to College Station to attend Texas A&M University, where my dad graduated in 1969 and my sister graduated in 1999. I graduated in 1994 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Minor in Anthropology. In June 1996, I took a job at MHMR in Bryan as a Children’s Services Caseworker. This is where I met Casey and Roseanne. I continue to work at MHMR as a caseworker in the early childhood intervention program (ECI). I now have my master’s degree in counseling from St. Edward’s University in Austin, TX and I am working on my professional counselor’s license (LPC). I have been happily married to Rob Brenner since November 2003. I have a daughter, Alexandra Rose, born 10-10-2006, and an orange tabby named Celeste.
Growing up in Gruene, a fairly haunted town, sparked my interest in paranormal research. I grew up in a family that believes in ghosts and the paranormal. I have always had a fascination with old cemeteries, historical homes and historical buildings. There is no wonder I love Europe so much. Besides travel around the United States, I have traveled to France, England, and Ireland. I hope to make my next trip abroad to Spain in search of my family roots. When I am not out with TFC, studying, or working, I enjoy riding on the back of the Harley with my husband, shopping, going to movies, hanging out with friends and family, reading for enjoyment, dancing, listening to 80’s music, and traveling.