Shane Confectionery has been a family run business since 1911 and that is exactly how we treat each other, like family. We listen to each other's ideas, help each other out during our busiest holiday seasons, and most importantly make each other laugh. We are always searching for new ways to improve our product and how our customers experience the store. All of these things make working at Shane Confectionery SWEET!
People often think that Ryan was actually born in the middle 19th century, just in time to taste the bitter effects of the Civil War and the industrial world it wrought. He is a craftsman at heart, and the curator of the Rose Valley Museum at Thunderbird Lodge, an experimental bohemian utopia from the turn of the 20th C. He digs the music of the Grateful Dead, plays 1860s base-ball, and finds escape amongst the pines at his Adirondack log cabin named WA-BE-SA-BE.
Eric’s larger than life mustache is indicative of his flare for fun, but one that’s tempered by a philosophical (sometimes zaney), but mostly pragmatic, approach. Eric daydreams of being a part-time farm hand, starting a lifestyle blog called “Nuance,” and creating a characters-from-history bowtie business inspired by his two small children, but his true calling will always be as a Confectionery Imagineer TM who aims to open a Confectionery Museum.
Director of Design & Employee Relations
Pavia likes sewing her own clothes, thunderstorms, and hearing people's ghost stories. She dislikes amusement parks, the term "old timey", and how Starbucks labels its drink sizes.
SHOP, WEB, and HISTORIC OUTREACH MANAGER
Enjoys long walks in the woods and discussing the cultural implications of the 1858 Bradford sweets poisoning. May or may not be a 300 year old witch.
HEAD CHOCOLATE MAKER
Aspiring Elvis impersonator. Jersey Devil hunter. Has been to 95 Phish shows. Can eat 15 tacos.