Pat Siltman, owner/operator of the Stitcher’s Station Frame Station at 1133 Vandalia Rd. in Hillsboro, is announcing her upcoming plans to close the store and retire from business in the very near future.
Beginning this Friday, June 28, everything in the store will be sold at 30 percent off the regular price. It includes her entire inventory of cross-stitch charts, fabric, and floss, quilting blocks, athletic jackets, sweatshirts, shirts, pants, hats and socks, as well as ready-made frames and other miscellaneous supplies.
Siltman and her husband, Wally, have been active in the Hillsboro community since they moved here from Pittsfield in 1979.
Wally is a retired Country Company Agency Manager and Pat worked as a nurse with the Montgomery County Health Department before opening her business.
They have two children, John of Hillsboro, and Debbie of Texas. They have four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
They are active in a number of religious and social organizations including the Rotary and the Montgomery County Cancer Association, and both she and her husband have served as president of the organization. Both are current members of the board of the MCCA.
Members of the Hillsboro United Methodist Church, both currently serve as board members and Pat is the Chairman of the Foundation Committee as well.
“I would like to thank all of our customers for the support they have given me over the years. It’s been a pleasure serving all of you,” she said.
Hours of operation will continue as usual until closure. Store hours are Monday, Tuesday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.