About Beacham’s Clock Shop, Inc.
Ed made his first clock as a wood shop assignment in high school. That kicked off his career in clock repair to earn extra money while he served in the Air Force. Kathi came into his life about this time and they married. So Kathi came alongside Ed to make and repair clocks. After passing through Sisters countless times on their way to Smith Rock, Ed and Kathi moved to Sisters and set up shop in 1978 .
Sisters was still a small, sleepy town with only a handful of buildings on Hood Avenue. But Ed’s creations drew the discerning collector, and Kathi’s tea and clock repair shop drew the masses seeking out fine teas and quality clock repair. Over the next 40+ years the Beacham’s would cement themselves as a town favorite for visitors. They also made themselves indispensable in the community as Ed served as Pastor at the Chapel in the Pines in nearby Camp Sherman and Chaplain/Paramedic in the Sisters fire department.
Today the Beacham’s welcome craftsmen and professionals to share ownership of the reputation they have built to better serve the horological community and support several families with the business they have built.
Visit Beacham’s Clock Company to learn the full history. Each clock has its own unique story!