Hartley joins Coshocton Lumber as kitchen, design lead

| March 1, 2019

COSHOCTON — Mary Hartley has joined the Coshocton Lumber Company team as the company’s new kitchen and design lead, the company announced.
“We are so pleased to welcome Mary to our Coshocton Lumber family,” said Joel Jumper, owner, Coshocton Lumber Company. “Before she joined us, we knew Mary as a customer. Mary is an experienced home decorator and renovator. She’s knowledgeable, reliable and detail-oriented with an eye for both traditional and contemporary kitchen design. She’s also incredibly friendly, and we know our new and existing customers will enjoy working with her.”
As the kitchen and design lead, Hartley will assist customers with all of their kitchen building, renovation and design needs, offering a fully personalized experience from start to finish.
“Coshocton Lumber Company has faithfully and reliably served the people of Coshocton and beyond for well over a century,” Hartley said. “As a customer, I always knew I would be provided the best quality service, and it’s an honor to have been entrusted to continue that great tradition.”
Hartley has managed many home renovation projects over the years, including most recently the interior redesign of a duplex in the Coshocton area.
“Major home projects like a kitchen remodel can be both exciting and, quite frankly, stressful. I know because I’ve been there,” Hartley said. “It’s my priority to make this process as easy and enjoyable for our customers as possible.”
Hartley is a 1993 graduate of Coshocton High School and a lifelong resident of Coshocton County. Mary and her husband, Matt, have raised three adult children locally, Grant, Ian and Emily.
Founded in 1898, the Coshocton Lumber Company is locally owned and operated. For more information about kitchen products and design services, call Hartley at 740-622-0198, stop by the showroom at 1201 Walnut Street or visit CoshoctonLumberCompany.com.

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