Elizabeth Starrs is the loving wife of Arthur “Artie” Starrs; her husband is the president for Pizza Hut’s U.S. division, who on February 28, 2018, announced Pizza Hut was the new official pizza of the NFL, after they ended their ties with John Schnatter‘s Papa John’s.
Elizabeth’s hubby initially joined Pizza Hut in 2013, as their VP Business Analyst; the following year they named him their Chief Financial Officer, later in 2015, named General Manager and has been serving as Hut’s president since May 2016. Prior to joining Yum! Brands’ subsidiary. Mr. Starrs a graduate of Princeton University served as Chief Financial Officer of Rave Cinemas.
Mrs. Starrs, formerly known as Elizabeth Claire Wright was born on November 30, 1974. She is the daughter of Thomas and Judith Wright.
Mr. & Mrs. Starrs tied the knot on September 26, 2009. They have two children together; Arthur Jr. and Margaret.
Elizabeth studied TV & Film production at Texas Christian University from where she graduated in 1997. After college, she worked for the Golf Channel as their Features producer. She resides with her beautiful family in Dallas, Texas.
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Of course, Elizabeth befriends a basilisk! And, of course, he finds her interesting..or at least, not boring. What a compliment! It is Elizabeth”s innate respect for and curiosity about dragonkind that makes her so interesting to them. Even a regal and obviously powerful basilisk is persuaded to tell Elizabeth fascinating tales of his adventures as he escorts her back to Pembroke Hall. And those nasty girls! I hope that Pembroke tells Master Delves of their horrid behavior to a guest in their home. Elizabeth would likely not tattle on them; it”s just not her way. But knowing the complete honesty of dragons, I”m sure that Marchog will inform his Keeper regarding the Miss Delveses” mean trick. Perhaps their punishment is to not be able to have the soon-to-be-hatched fairy dragons. Either that or April will choose Elizabeth right off the bat. I seriously doubt that the Miss Delveses could possibly nurse the newly-hatched flutterbits with the constant feedings of treacle and blood sausage, etc., that they will require in the early days of life. Thank you for this amazing story; I can”t wait to see what happens next Tuesday! 🙂 Warmly, Susanne 🙂