The Coronado Historical Association invites you to join us on Thursday, August 18th for the next installment in the Wine & Lecture series: La Mesa's Architectural Ties with Coronado. Join us as we invite Nikki Kreibich, Realtor Valuation Expert, and Richard Thomas Sweeney, author, as they provide an interesting look at the history of the Severin Grossmont Hills neighborhood in La Mesa. You will learn about Coronado and La Mesa’s architectural ties and about the Severin family’s role in mid-century residential design.
Reception at 5:30 pm, followed by 6:00 pm lecture. Doors open at 5:20 pm.
Important Registration Information: Attendance is restricted to fully vaccinated persons with a booster shot. Capacity is limited and reservations are required. No walk-ins will be admitted.
If you have any questions please email email@example.com or call (619) 435-7242.
About the Speakers:
Nikki Kreibich has over 15 years of experience appraising residential properties throughout San Diego County. The last 5 years of her appraisal practice has focused solely on complex and architecturally significant properties, including 30 complex appraisal assignments in the City of Coronado. Nikki continues to maintain her Certification as an Appraiser. Although no longer practicing as an appraiser, she is now a Realtor and enjoys sharing her expertise and knowledge with potential buyers and sellers.
Richard Sweeney is a retired business owner, native San Diegan and resident of La Mesa, California. He has lived in the Severin Grossmont Hills community since 1988 with his wife, Patricia, and their two children. With an extensive graphics background, combined with a passion for history and writing, Richard spends much of his free time researching, writing, and publishing stories about local history and historical leaders in the residential construction industry that have made a difference in people's lives today.