Customer Showcase

Rob Baker

As a municipal police officer, Rob wore a traditional eagle badge for a number of years until the department replaced it with a modern shield. “I always felt tremendous pride wearing the symbol but was thankful to have retired so I could get back to my family heritage of woodworking…. I posted a picture of a finished badge on a private Facebook page, found a good price point to sell it, and the orders rolled in . . . like a tidal wave.”

Charles Sexton

Charles spent just under 21 years in the Marine Corps, completing 7 Mediterranean cruises, 2 Norway detachments, and multitude deployments to Central America, Japan, Okinawa, Puerto Rico, and most of the states.  An avid woodworker since the early ’80s, he recently purchased a Maverick CNC which allows him to tackle any project that he can dream up, including the most amazing gift.

Dennis & Linda Hook

Dennis and Linda decided to go with Legacy after their first CNC didn’t work out as well as they had hoped.  Now they are on their second CNC from Legacy.  If you are a little intimideated by CNC, wondering if you can do it, Dennis and Linda’s experience might help you understand what Legacy has to offer.

Doug Pinney

Doug has always challenged himself, and after retiring, decided to begin a new career with a focus on CNC.  Check out his latest work.

Mike Nugent

Mike Nugent has been involved with the fire department for 36 years. For him woodworking is a stress relief inherited from his father and grandfather. His fire fighting memorabilia is well known but has been recently surpassed by his hidden gun drawer.

John Kosa

John honorably served our country as a Marine prior to his woodworking business. He creates mostly memorabilia for his fellow Marines, his works include retirement plaques, flag displays, and shadow boxes.

Vancouver WoodSmith

Dave Smith of Vancouver WoodSmith creates high end custom games.  His passion for woodworking has turned into a small business that allows him to make money doing something he really loves.

Karl Hale

Karl’s career path has gone from an accounting degree to software engineer.  In 2014 he decided to focus on woodworking, his true passion, and became a kinetic artist.  His work will inspire and amaze you.