70's | SUBORDINATE | FAMKE JANSSEN
Rebecka and Callahan Hardrick (deceased) were high school lovers who ended up getting pregnant at age 18. They kept the baby but it died later. By that time, she was already part of the Hardrick family despite the lack of a marriage license. They took care of her after the loss and supported her. Rebecka stayed with them and began to help out with the bar that belonged to the club. It kept her focused until she found out she was pregnant with Amelia. Even then, she put blood, sweat, and tears into the bar as well as being a mother.
Callahan, as the oldest, was supposed to become the next club president and alpha, but he was clearly not leadership material. Connor, his brother, stepped up and took the position for himself to save the club and pack. After that, Callahan only seemed to get worse. Still, Rebecka stayed by his side as well as supported Connor.
When her husband began to gamble away their savings, Rebecka picked up a second job for the extra cash to help pay back debts. In spite of their problems, she loved Callahan and remained faithful to the Hardrick family. She encouraged Amelia to do well in school and strive for her own dreams. It was Rebecka's positive nature, strong will, and encouragement that helped Amelia accomplish what she did.
Eventually, the loan sharks came after Callahan and killed him. The club helped keep Rebecka and Amelia safe while dealing with the people who'd murdered one of their own. This only strengthened Rebecka's loyalty.
A decade ago, Connor and the club voted to find sacred ground in Somerset, Pennsylvania. Rebecka did not hesitate to agree to travel with the club and pack. Once there, they got the money together for the Iron Horse, a shack of a bar, but there's nonetheless. Rebecka is co-owner and takes great pride of this little establishment.
NOTE: My only real request for the character is that she does not enter into a romantic relationship with Connor. These two view each other as siblings. Rebecka may have recently been widowed, but she still loves her husband. Her focus should be on family.