Lori Goddard has been with Legacy Lane 10 years. Each morning before the sun is even up, Lori arrives to the mill. Prepping a fresh pot of coffee for us all is the first priority, something that we appreciate more than she knows and can't do without. Her bosses describe her as a speed-walking human calculator. Always game to tackle just about anything, while her wheels are turning to come up with a plan on how to do it most efficiently. Her log books are sacred and without we'd probably never know what we did last year, she keeps amazing track of inventory and the long list of tasks that need to be accomplished daily. Lori is our Mill Manager and can be found organizing orders, planning and wizzing around the mill to work on any machine that needs her attention. She has 3 grandchildern, Chloe and a set of twin girls, Jade and Amber, she loves being a Grammy and you can tell in an instant that they are her pride and joys. In her spare time she enjoys baking, Facebook and rangling her ever so engergized pup Angel.
Debbie Otis joined our squad upon the retirement of Mama Jo and spends her days keeping our books in tip top shape, ensuring invoicing is done while assisting us all to stay caffinated, brewing fresh pots of coffee before we have to ask. She is most often your first point of contact when calling the mill and you can bet she'll be trying to get a laugh out of you before hanging up. Originally from South Sheilds England, Debbie made the journey across the pond with her family at the age of 12 when her father was offered a position at the drydock in Saint John. Sussex is now home where she has lived for 12 years. She has two sweet grandchildren, Deklan and Neveah, fun fact, Neveah is Heaven spelt backwards. Debbie enjoys cruising the back roads on her very own motorcycle and after years of not knitting has since re-ignited the passion, wonder why?
Cookie adopted Legacy Lane in 2012. Prior to this, Cookie was a stray who lived in the neighbouring scrapyard. At that time in her life, she sported dreads and a booming population of fleas. Cookie always knew she was destined for a more luxurious life and seized her chance when the mill moved to its current location on Vail Court.
With the saddest of hearts we longer have Cookie, she left us too soon, this July. She will be remembered by us all. RIP Cookie Cat, thank you for being our fur baby!