When Craig and Lisa opened Celebration Jewelers in 2010, many hopes and dreams came into play. Craig wanted to be able spend more time with his family, and Lisa wanted to retire from her nursing career. Now, seven years later, Battle Ground has become their second home.
“We love helping others with beautiful things that mean so much to them. Fine jewelry expresses emotions that many find difficult to put into words. And it says it every time the person looks at or touches it, for the rest of their life. Then it is handed on to the next generation to treasure.
We’ve enjoyed creating life-long relationships and becoming the trusted “go to” jeweler in the area. For that, we thank all our wonderful clients.”
P.S. In Craig’s Walter Mitty dream, he is an NBA basketball star and Lisa is his cheerleader…
Craig@thecelebrationjewelers.com & Lisa@thecelebrationjewelers.com
Tim grew up in Southern Oregon. After graduating from High School, he attended Kansas City of Watchmaking. He studied hand engraving, jewelry design, jewelry making and repair. In 1979, after receiving his diplomas in these subjects, he began working in a local jewelry store. Tim has gone on to work in all facets of the industry, from designing jewelry, engraving silver on saddles and receiving teaching credentials. Tim makes use of all the latest and innovative tools in the industry, from laser welders to CAD and CAM.
When not working, you can find Tim fishing on one of our local rivers or spending time with his family.
Diana started in the jewelry business in 2009 and has been certified by the Diamond Council of America. She has always had a passion for fine jewelry and custom design. Diana was born in Ukraine and moved here with her family at the age of 12. She is able to speak Ukrainian and Russian fluently. Diana specializes in social media and other digital marketing on behalf of Celebration Jewelers. When Diana isn’t working, she enjoys shopping, cooking up delicious meals and spending time with her boyfriend in Idaho.
My name is Randall Brown. I really enjoy the jewelry business. Helping people celebrate significant events in their lives with a gift of jewelry is a joy! I have managed a couple of large chain jewelry stores over the years. I’ve found working in a smaller, independent store much more enjoyable, as it affords me the opportunity to work closely with individual clients and to be creative in the area of custom design. I’m happy to be working and living in my hometown of Battleground. Go Tigers!