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Lloyd’s Real Estate has been serving prospective renters and home owners in Louisa County since it was founded by Alfred Lloyd in 1955. Lloyd’s son Donald took over the business upon his retirement and ran it until he retired in 2017. Since then, it has been headed by Sherry Palmer, who work…

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For Angel Hough, who sells land, houses and commercial property with her husband Doug on Lake Anna and in the surrounding area, real estate was the right profession because of the freedom it offers.

It’s a point of pride for Chris and Laura Denkers that they were able to keep all of their staff at Coyote Hole Ciderworks employed, without furloughs, through the worst part of this year’s coronavirus pandemic.

  Kristy Bazzanella operates Louisa Creative Counseling LLC in the town of Mineral. She launched her business after helping her mother Jean for many years managing Christopher Run Campground.

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 Since Mike Kavros opened Callie Opie’s Orchard a few years ago, his restaurant near Lake Anna has become one of Louisa County’s most popular dining spots. Recently he built a large barn next to the eatery to accommodate large events.

Jon and Stephanie Koren are the owners of Lake Anna Tractor and Hardware at the corner of Chopping Road and Zachary Taylor Highway in Mineral. The couple is eager to serve customers’ hardware, equipment and repair needs, and looks forward to giving back to the community in other ways.

Northern Virginia Title & Escrow, Inc. had been in business for approximately 10 years when its leadership saw an opportunity to expand and place an office near the growing community we all know and love as Lake Anna. It was then that Terri Wood got the phone call that changed her life. …

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A life event and divine intervention are what Katherine Testa says led her to start a business 16 years ago. That might explain the name she chose for her enterprise, Heaven’s Way Cleaning Service.

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1st Choice Electrical and Security is a minority-owned, veteran-owned business in Bumpass. Founded by Aaron Dudley in 2002, they have been serving residential, commercial and government buildings for nearly 20 years.

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Liz Wilson is an Associate Broker with the Lake Anna Long & Foster office. She has been in real estate for 18 years, received the following designations; GRI, Graduate of the Real Estate Institute, ABR, Accredited Buyers Representative, and CSP, Certified Short Sale Professional. Liz’s e…

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Does your vehicle have a chipped windshield or a broken window? Virginia Glassman understands how frustrating this can be for you. They want you to enjoy hassle-free auto glass repair services at prices that won’t burn a hole in your pocket.

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Main Street Plumbing & Electrical Inc, family-owned and operated, is a one-stop shop for all your electrical, heating, plumbing and cooling needs. Large repairs or minor projects, this shop has supplies for the contractor or homeowner at wholesale pricing. 

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Melvin Burruss has been practicing law since 1993 when he graduated from Florida State University College of Law. Before attending law school, he earned a Bachelor of Science degree from University of California-Berkeley and a master’s degree in Business Administration from Stanford Universi…

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Dockside Realty has been helping people buy and sell homes on Lake Anna since 1994. Led by owner Dave Moberly, Dockside’s team of more than 20 realtors has listed and sold more homes on the lake than any other real estate company in the area, according to their website.

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Cogar Plumbing was founded in 1993 and serves customers in Louisa, Spotsylvania and elsewhere in the region. Bernie Cogar decided to start his own business because that is what he had always wanted and dreamed of: To be self-employed and serve the people’s plumbing needs.

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Tires Unlimited has been serving drivers in Louisa and the surrounding counties for three decades, offering services for vehicles ranging from electrical to engine to heating and cooling systems to tires. Since 2017, the shop has been run by Jeff Griffin, who purchased the business from long…

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Kenny Throckmorton has been working with cars in Louisa since 1979, when he moved from South Boston and came to work at his uncle’s shop. During his time there, he “took a lot of interest” in pursuing working on vehicles as a career. 

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Belmont Farm Distillery began selling spirits in 1988, allowing owners Chuck and Jeanette Miller to continue a family tradition of moonshining. In total, they bottle and sell 15 varities of moonshine and other liquors. They also bottle and sell Climax Moonshine for Tim Smith, one of the star…

Louisa Health and Rehabilitation Center has been proudly serving the town of Louisa and surrounding communities since 1984. Parent company Medical Facilities of America is the regional leader in providing quality skilled nursing and post-acute rehabilitation care throughout Virginia and Nort…

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Herman and Hilda Gibson will mark the 40th anniversary of opening Gibson’s Auto Service in Mineral, Va. next April 20, 2021.  Herman had always wanted to have a business of his own because he liked tinkering with cars.  He received a degree in Automotive Technology from Danville Community Co…

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For John Hull Jr., plumbing is very much a family business. His father, John Hull Sr., founded Quality Plumbing in 1968 and the family has been serving residents of Louisa County and the surrounding areas for more than 50 years. They offer a variety of plumbing and remodeling services for bo…

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Founded in 1963 under the name Ed’s Texaco, Louisa Boat & Motor has been serving the residents of Lake Anna, Lake Louisa, Lake Monticello and Lake of the Woods, as well as the surrounding communities and counties for more than 50 years.

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Maddox Feed Store, one of Louisa County’s oldest businesses with some eight decades of service, came back to life in late 2019 after it was closed briefly. The store continues to provide products for farmers and gardeners, with a distinctly local and down-home flavor.