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Kim Ratcliff

Graduated Camp Lejeune HS in 1984, then UNCW 1988 with a BA in Communication Studies.

Father and mother live in Hubert, NC. Own a Post Net store in Jacksonville. Father is a retired Marine Colonel.

Two brothers, one living here in Wilmington with a wife and two kids. The other in Wilson, NC with a wife and two kids.

I am married to Bill Ratcliff, former law enforcement officer and now owner of Cape Fear Investigative Services (private eye). We have one son, Hunter. We also have two dogs. Jax a 3 year old black lab and Abbey a 13 year old cocker spaniel.

I love to run, read, play volleyball, go boating and am trying golf.

Email Kim at kratcliff@wect.com

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