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Corey graduated from Montana State University with a degree in Graphic design in 2000. He is also a Graduate Gemologist with certification from the Gemological Institute of America. He has been creating custom jewelry and helping manage Eaton Turner Jewelry since 2000. His custom jewelry creations were selected several years in a row as Best of Show at the Montana-Wyoming Jewelers’ Association Design Competition and went on to represent the two states’ entries in the National Design Competition in New York.
Katrina Johnson, is a Graduate of Montana State University with a degree in Health and Human Development emphasis in Family Finance. Katrina works to maintain the jewelry store website and Facebook pages. She also does the bookkeeping work at the store.
Susie began her career in the jewelry industry while in high school in Fairbanks Alaska in 1999. Her love of jewelry has carried her through many aspects of the industry. She graduated from the Howard Academy of Metal Arts in 2009 with a degree in jewelry production and repair, but later realized her passion is working with customers to help them find or create pieces they will cherish for a lifetime. Susie is a wonderful addition to our sales team.
Don & Deanna Johnson
Don is a graduate of Montana State University with a degree in Art. He is also a Graduate Gemologist with certification from the Gemological Institute of America. He taught jewelry design and metalsmithing at the State University College of New York in Oneonta, New York for twelve years. He has been designing and creating jewelry for over forty years. His work has been exhibited in numerous juried national art exhibitions and is in the collections of the Smithsonian Institute’s Renwick Gallery and the CM Russell Museum.
Deanna is a graduate of Montana State University with a degree in Art. She has expertise in painting and has taught art at the university level. Her paintings have been exhibited in numerous juried national art exhibitions and now grace the walls at Eaton Turner.