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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Lakewood Family to Appear on HGTV's House Hunters International

Posted By on Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 1:06 PM

[image-1]The adorable, all-American family above is none other than Oliver and Jaclyn Palmer, with their two-year-old daughter Roma. The family, formerly of Lakewood, Ohio, now resides in the Netherlands.

Their journey abroad will be chronicled in the HGTV program House Hunters International on Jan. 24 at 10:30 p.m. (and then again at 1:30 a.m.).



Oliver, an engineer, and Jaclyn, a music therapist, lived in a home on Clifton Pointe designed by Andrew Brickman's Brickhaus Partners. They are originally from Broadview Heights and Lorain.

"Living in Europe has been a lifelong dream for us" said Oliver, in a statement, "so when the opportunity was offered, we jumped at the adventure."

Oliver will be managing a long-term project for Rovisys Building Technologies, where he works.

Via a press release, the episode "will highlight the family's life in both Lakewood and Groningen, as well as an exciting search for the perfect new home, and Jaclyn's shift from making music with patients at University Hospitals to recording an album in Holland."

On that note, here's a music video from Jaclyn. It is very European, and while the song tackles a serious issue, (gun violence), it doubles as a laudable audition tape for the next James Bond intro song.


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