Jaromey was raised in North Vancouver and graduated high school on the commercial program. She won the Pitman Shorthand award in grade 12 and received a small bursary that made it possible for her to attend court reporting school to learn stenotype (which was completely different than the training reporters receive today). Jaromey has worked hard to change her writing skills and increase her computer knowledge over the years, and she enjoyed working in the Supreme Court of British Columbia in Vancouver and Kamloops.
Jaromey recently celebrated 35 years of marriage to her husband, John, who still works in his millwright trade. Although Jaromey and her husband moved to Kamloops years ago to live closer to Jaromey’s sister, they now live in Clearwater, BC. Jaromey continues to work in Kamloops, and she and her husband love to camp in the Wells Gray Provincial Park and Jasper areas.
Jaromey enjoys camping, cruising and court reporting — the three main Cs in her life.
Jaromey learned to ride a motorcycle when she turned 50.