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Our Team


This is Ed, Dee’s husband and co-worker.  Ed loves gas station memorabilia, which he has an amazing collection of, he also collects old Buddy L toys, Harley Davidson, and Keen Kutter items and loves to share his passion about them all. Ed enjoys visiting with our customers and hearing their stories and sharing his stories about life in general.  When you visit us, you’ll have to see his dioramas of Henry Ford's  assembly line, train station, and more. 



This is Dee, Ed’s wife and co-worker.  Dee loves jewelry and fiesta, new and old and has a wonderful collection of both.  She enjoys learning the history of items brought into the antique mall everyday and collects some glassware, pottery, primitives, along with too many other things to mention.  She loves the daily change of new people and items that come into the mall and catching up with everyone she has met over the past 20 years at Twin Lakes Antique Mall.



Rachel is our newest team member here at Twin Lakes. She is a native of Marshall County, and loves living at the lake. She enjoys spending time outdoors, whether it be golfing, kayaking, fishing, coaching T-Ball or just hanging out with her husband & two handsome sons! Rachel is also an avid reader of romance novels and loves to sing! Come see us & you can find her at our front counter ready to assist you with anything you may need while visiting with us!


Sales Associate

Donna has been with us several years now.  In that time she has learned so much, including a little bit of southern slang but still can’t give you directions outside the mall.  She is always ready to help you find that certain item you’ve been searching for and knows the location of all the great buys. 

Sales Associate

Now meet Claire, our Chief of Security. She's a basenji with an attitude.  Claire is 14 years old and has become a grumpy old woman! Also meet Brady Hanes, our grandson and future antique dealer.  Brady loves cars and collects all kinds of hot wheels and such!  He enjoys meeting everyone and bringing items to the front, to help out!

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