With each move, Maltese adjusted and found new clientele. When her husband retired, the family settled in New Kent three years ago and she knew it was time to set up a physical location. When the COVID-19 outbreak hit, it set her plans back a few months. But, with a knack for adjusting, she didn’t let it stop her.
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