PEEKSKILL, NY. -- A woman that previously lived in Peekskill is heading across the Atlantic, and you'll be able to see how it's done.
Jacyln Palmer, who lived in Peekskill from 2001-2003, and her husband Oliver, will be on "House Hunters International", documenting their move from Northeast Ohio to the Netherlands. The episode airs on Jan. 24 at 10:30 p.m.
The couple, along with their daughter Roma, are moving for a project Oliver is working on. Oliver is an engineer with Rovisys Building Technologies.
While Jaclyn lived in Peekskill, she was a voice teacher at Mike Risko Music School in Ossining.
"I have wonderful memories of living in Westchester," Jaclyn said. "The artistic community was amazing. I truly believe my time in New York taught me lessons that prepared and propelled me toward every success I've experienced since."
Mike Risko said he was excited to see his former employee on national TV. The Risko's still keep in touch with Jaclyn.
"We are thrilled to see Jaclyn on House Hunters International. She is a very talented singer and we were so lucky to have her as a vocal instructor when she was living in New York," said Risko.
The Palmers said that living in Europe has been a lifelong dream and they jumped up at the opportunity to not only move there but have their journey featured on TV.
"We felt that the show would not only be a unique experience, but also would serve as a beautiful memory of life abroad, especially for our daughter. By drifting from your comfort zone, beautiful opportunities are available," said Jaclyn.