"We decided to remodel the interior of our home," recalled Mina and Spencer Price of Oregon, Ill. "It was 20 years ago. We could only afford to do it a piece at a time. We started with a full set of custom, kitchen cabinets. We have a large kitchen. Cletus and his crew did an amazing job. They look as good today as the day he installed them."
Price couldn’t say enough about all the pieces they have acquired over the last 20 years. Each set or piece she purchased has a story behind it, which she was more than happy to tell. "We know whatever design or wood Cletus suggests will be the best and the workmanship will always be top of the line. We have heirlooms now — not just furniture."
It looks like Lambright’s Woodworking will be around for a few generations to come. As is the Amish tradition, the woodworking skills are being passed from father to son. Ethan Yoder is Cletus’ grandson. At the age of 7 he enjoys helping out his father, uncles, cousins and grandfather in the shop and already knows his way around wood. "I like to make rubber-band guns and other things." He said he enjoys the feel, smell and look of wood and his favorite tool is the jigsaw.