San Rafael resident Laura Bertolli sold the longtime family business, Bertolli’s Auto Body Shop, and plans to join the marijuana industry.

Twenty-one years ago, Laura Bertolli took over her father’s San Rafael auto body business, which he started 19 years earlier after migrating from Italy.

Last week, she watched as Bertolli’s Auto Body Shop signs were dismantled and replaced by those of GMP Cars.

She sold the shop in the hopes of using her business background and passion for marijuana to join the growing cannabis industry.

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Stephanie Weldy ~ MercuryNews.com

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