Company founder, author scores Mount Baker 3BD

Medium f95d0e11be6a446a9186b9aeedecfed1 Heather A. VanVorous and William VanVorous bought a three-bedroom, two-bath home at 2336 32nd Ave. S. from Sophia V. Wheelwright and David G. White Jr. for $599,000 on Nov. 17.

Wheelwright and White paid $536,000 in March 2003. The 2,090-square-foot house in Mount Baker Park subdivision was built in 1913.

Ms. VanVorous is the founder, owner and CEO at Heather's Tummy Care-Help for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). She is also the author of the two best-selling IBS books in North America, Eating for IBS, the only explicit dietary guide and cookbook for people with bowel disorders and The First Year: IBS, a comprehensive view of the disorder and every way to successfully manage it. She is a former author at Perseus and Marlowe & Co.

She earned her M.A. from University of Massachusetts-Amherst and her B.A. from University of Puget Sound.

Mr. VanVorous is the COO at Help for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

Wheelwright is a naturalist and educator at City of Seattle.

She attended Antioch University Seattle.

According to, there have been 85 home sales in Mount Baker during the past 12 months, with a median sales price of $405,000.

Address: 2336 32nd Avenue S
Buyer(s): William W VanVorous, Heather A VanVorous and William VanVorous
Seller(s): David G White Jr, Sophia V Wheelwright, David G White R and Wheelwright Commonwealth Ref Sophia
Sale date: Nov. 17, 2010