Meet the founders, Kathleen and Linda
Linda Kurtz comes from a diverse background. Early on in her life she has worked with incarcerated troubled youth, S.E.D children, and young ladies transitioning out of human trafficking. She then pursued design work and worked for nearly ten years designing outdoor living concepts. Throughout her life she has maintained a passion and interest in coin collections and enjoys following global economics. In her youth, she and her father collected wheat pennies together. Her father was an avid collector and taught her about the famous 1909 V. D.B Lincoln Penny which was designed by Victor Brenner in honor of Abraham Lincoln's 100th birthday. Linda's fascination and love for coin collecting then grew into a passion beyond the father-daughter hobby. As a part of the community Linda and Kathleen hope to serve and bring the various facets of the industry to Marysville and all surrounding areas. Both Linda and Kathleen are driven by compassion towards our military veterans and the local homeless in need of love and support in becoming productive citizens.
Kathleen has lived in the Yuba Sutter area since she was six years old when her family moved up from Sacramento. When she married her husband Kyle, he blessed her with two beautiful daughters. Although they came to her through another mother, she thinks of them as her own. Their daughters are married to exceptional men who further blessed them with four awesome grandchildren. Throughout her employment history, she has enjoyed work in the private sector, county and city government, and most recently self-employment with her husband's countertop shop, Caldwell's Custom Countertops, Inc . Kathleen loves her community and actively involves herself with organizations that help to advance God's Kingdom. These include the Christian Community Network, the Yuba Sutter Trauma Intervention Program (TIP), and the Sutter Yuba Freedom Coalition. She strongly believes that there is a plan and purpose for her and Linda in opening their business in the city of Marysville, which will be a major benefit to the community. Kathleen is very much looking forward to this new adventure with her sister Linda.