Name: Trisha McCulloch
Trisha McCulloch is originally from Kansas City, KS, but has lived in Savannah for the past 8 1/2 years. She is a former chinook crewchief (which means she was responsible for one chinook that she cleaned, fixed, maintained, loaded, unloaded, flew on, etc). Trisha has had over 500 flight hours logged for the US Army, which was what brought her to Savannah. Trisha has been stationed at Hunter Army Airfield, Fort Campbell, KY and Camp Humphreys, South Korea, and has completed two tours to Iraq. She got out of the Army about 5 years ago and began attending AASU where she graduated with a B.S. in Rehabilitation Science in ‘09 and is currently working on a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. To help pay some of her bills, she bar tends from time to time. Trisha enjoys traveling and has been to South Korea, China, Japan, Australia, Ireland, and Scotland. She loves to ride motorcycles and has been on a few biker trips in the southeast. Some of her other hobbies include softball, volleyball, water sports, camping, hiking, and mountain biking. Trisha definitely loves the outdoors, but also loves to take in a good movie or read a good book.