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Seeking a cabinet-maker in Missoula for a special occasion--comforting a family in tragedy?  RSS feed

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Not sure where to post this.  It's a little off-topic, but I think the most important thing in permaculture is our relationships, and I want to do what I can, and ask you to do what you can for a neighbor in Missoula.

My cousin recently took his life.  He was not old, not young, but it's a shock.

There's nothing I can do, but I just got a request for a cabinet maker from his widow.  I think it is to commemorate him.  We don't have a lot of communication, but she happens to live in Missoula, and if you or anyone you know can do this it would be appreciated.  I'm assuming she's compensating the person for the work.  But obviously it has to be a labor of love and neighborliness.

You can purple moosage me.

Please pass this on to anyone you know of.

Thanks for your help!

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Joshua, my sympathies to your family. I am so sorry.

While not exactly just cabinet makers, I covet almost everything that Mark Vander Meer and company make at https://badgoatgoodwood.com/ - see this website for pictures.

If Bad Goat isn't a good fit for what you cousin's widow is looking for (which could be the case for many reasons), Bad Goat folks might know of another cabinet maker in Missoula.

Good luck.

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