History: That Old Barn Houses a Very Modern Business

The following historical information is from an article in The Times.

The old barn on Powerline Road in Halsey, Oregon, that now houses Country Cabinets was built in the early settler days. The wooden pegs can still be seen high up in the rafters. Until 1976, it was a dairy barn, housing hay and cows. Today, the refurbished building is a manufacturing site for Country Cabinets, owned and managed by Andy and Shaunna Schukis.

Andy is the third generation in his family to live near the barn. His grandmother, Gertrude Robbins Schukis, grew up across the road and attended Halsey schools. Her son – Andy’s dad – John Schukis, followed her lead and attended Halsey schools with his sisters. Andy and his older brothers all attended Halsey schools. And now Andy and Shaunna’s children are growing up in the same place.

Andy established Country Cabinets in 1995. He builds custom-made cabinets for both contractors and for individuals who are remodeling their kitchens or bathrooms or who need custom woodworking done.

The renovated barn takes in sheet goods and lumbers, and with drills, saws, and sanders, the parts of the cabinets are assembled for installation in homes. Andy works along with his employees, while Shaunna does the bookkeeping and paperwork for the business.

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