This year’s Women of Larchmont are On the Boulevard

| July 29, 2021 | 0 Comments

LARCHMONT BOULEVARD, view south from Beverly Boulevard, 1930.
Photo: Historical Collections, Security Pacific National Bank

During the past 55 years, the Larchmont Chronicle has featured many prominent women in our annual Women of Larchmont issue, and we are happy to add to that group this year.

The Larchmont Boulevard shopping district is celebrating its 100th anniversary this October. Created in 1921 to provide neighborhood shopping opportunities to residents of the new homes then being built in the surrounding subdivisions, the Village long has included local merchant families. In honor of the 100th anniversary of the district, we are featuring a dozen prominent modern women from the Boulevard in our 2021 annual Women of Larchmont issue.


Each one presented here is outstanding for being known on Larchmont Boulevard, whether as a shopkeeper, a doctor or an entrepreneur businesswoman. But regardless of vocation, these are welcoming and longtime members of our community.

MODERN LARCHMONT includes weekly Farmers Markets at the city parking lot.

The Larchmont Chronicle always has celebrated Boulevard-oriented Women of Larchmont, of course. Some from the past two decades include: Heather Duffy Boylston, Larchmont Village BID co-executive director; Patricia Carroll, historic Hollywoodland Realty owner; Edie Frère, Landis Gifts & Stationery owner; Elizabeth Fuller, “Larchmont Buzz” co-owner and publisher; Jane Gilman, “Larchmont Chronicle” co-founder; Vivian Gueler, Pacific Trust Group chief financial officer; Rebecca Hutchinson, Larchmont Village BID co-executive director; Patricia Lombard, “Larchmont Buzz” co-owner and publisher; and Joane Henneberger Pickett, owner of Pickett Fences.

In the pages that follow, meet our 2021 Women of Larchmont.

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