J and Pancho Edler came to our community several years ago, intending to slow down! Instead, they have become incredibly active by joining the Post Falls Chamber to be more connected to the local companies already here and learn about the new ones moving in. They soon became Ambassadors for the Chamber to ratchet up their awareness and are active in new Chamber member ribbon cuttings and open houses.

They joined doTERRA as Advocates over eight years ago, helping families and individuals here and across the country with health issues by offering all-natural solutions through therapeutic essential oils. They often share their oils at the state fair, home and garden shows, and various wellness fairs locally and in Sandpoint. Additionally, J provides educational classes to expand the knowledge of essential oils and discusses how they work in our bodies. J is especially passionate about sharing these oils, which have offered her many personal benefits. She loves helping others find ways to benefit! They are dedicated to each person they meet who needs help. Also worth mentioning is that J is a licensed realtor! She is dedicated to being a professional in each of these fields.

Besides helping his wife, Pancho joined Dixon Golf last spring to help drive donations to 501c3 charities locally and in Montana. Now, he and J work together at charity events. Pancho is an avid golfer and loves the outdoors. His passion is giving back whenever possible.

Both are grateful to have many family members living here as well. J’s cousin and her husband have lived in Coeur d’Alene for over 40 years and were nurses at Kootenai Hospital for much of that time. There are now over 20 family members here! About three years ago, their daughter, son-in-law, and 2 grandsons moved to Post Falls from Auckland, New Zealand, to be closer to their grandparents. Pancho and J can now see the children play in local basketball and baseball games, plus enjoy the grandchildren with sleepovers. Having so much family here – especially the grandchildren – is a blessing for them.

They also love having their special 3-year-old Cavapoo fur baby, Rosy, who has stolen their hearts!

They are forever grateful to be so involved in the community. If you see them on the street, please say hello!

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