Beth M. Emmett
Beth M. Emmett

About Us

Beth M. Emmett
The sky's the limit for Beth. Nothing is impossible for this eternal optimist. She may not be the best sewer, quilter or blogger (this is Beth writing) but she won't let that stop her from doing. She's the mother of three, a former High School English teacher and lover of well, everything.

Ann M. McEuen
Midway, Utah's creative, friendly and hard working store owner. Ann worked at Seasons of Home for almost 2 years and recently bought it to fulfill her lifelong dream of owning her own quilt store. She feels that it is her responsibility to have the best and most up-to-date quilt shop around because so many people rely on Seasons of Home for their material and supplies.

                                                              Barbara Brauer
A quilter's quilter. Barb loves quilting and teaches a wonderful beginners quilting class at Seasons of Home. She lives in Midway and loves the active life she can enjoy up here in the mountains. Barb is a very talented member of the family here at Seasons of Home.

Marci M. Johnson
Mother of four boys, Marci is busy, busy, busy. Marci has great plans for the shop and for her own role as part-owner. She has an eye for beauty and an eye towards having the best business. Marci knows that a great business serves everyone's interests, the owners, the consumers and the community.

                                                              Holly Zenger
The best golfer in St. George! But she keeps the golfing in the desert and uses her time and talents organizing and running the Creche exhibit in Midway, Utah every year. She has run Creche exhibits for 23 years. Collecting and displaying them is her one great love. Midway, Utah is a better place because of Holly.

Sue Saltmarsh
Seasons of Home's treasure. Sue loves the store and managed it for five years under the previous owners. Although she was more than happy to give Ann some of the managerial responsibilities so she could enjoy some more free time, she finds nothing more worthwhile than running a successful business right in her own back yard.