Rocking chairs are cherished for their comfortable, gentle rocking ability that calms the nerves of a hard day.  Mothers enjoy their newborn babies as they rock them to sleep.  This is the story of how the Dubiel family discovered George’s Rocker Recliner.

Rocker’s Lost battle

Dick and Lori Dubiel purchased a rocking chair their home.  An unfortunate experience happened to their rocker.  Their uncle was rocking comfortably, when the rocking chair lost its battle and broke. Looking through the phone book, Lori found George’s Woodcrafts (presently George’s Furniture) and visited the store in Elizabethtown, PA, Lancaster County.

Customer Remembers

“My uncle rocked in my not so great rocking chair and as he pushed on the arms to get up, they broke off.  I had seen George’s store in Elizabethtown so I went in to ask if he could reattach the arms.  As I looked at George’s quality of work, I realized that I did not want him to see my broken chair.  Instead, I went and ordered one of his rockers to replace the broken rocker. I wanted a good quality chair that would survive my two boys and George’s non tipping rocker was perfect.  I purchased a rocker that George had on the floor.” -Lori Dubiel.

Quality Discovered

As a result of Dick and Lori’s rocking experience, they discovered George’s quality furniture.  Their first furniture purchase was a walnut oval pedestal table set, dry sink and a crosscut stool.  Once placing the order, the couple made small payments.  However, as a surprise for his wife, Dick secretly placed additional money on their order.  Lori’s mother joined into the fun and purchased her own rocking chair which she past unto her grandson.  Five years later a corner hutch joined their collection.

Individual Attention to Detail

George loved to delivery his own furniture. The Dubiel’s remember their corner hutch delivery.  Once the hutch was carefully placed in their room, George proceeded to checked all his furniture to be sure that no damage occurred during the Dubiel’s recent move.  Years later, the Dubiels moved to South Carolina but remain in contact through George’s monthly newsletter.  Discover George’s solid wood furniture in Lancaster County PA today.

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