Meet Our Staff

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Amy Walker-Bailey

As the owner of Walker’s, I welcome you to our store. My personal goal is to provide quality merchandise at a reasonable price, and insure a high level of customer service to assist with your shopping needs. The  merchandise buyers and I invest many hours looking for unique and high quality merchandise that our customers will be able to depend on for themselves, their pets and their homes. Stop in and visit us and rediscover the fun of shopping.

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Diane Mockler-Erck

After being a customer for 10 years, Diane became a sales associate of Walker’s in 2013. Before moving to the North Country with her husband and son, she lived in Long Island, where she worked in many facets of the equine industry including managing and owning tack shops, owning a boarding facility for 30 horses and working with an Equine Medical Facility. You will find Diane in the Equine Department at Walker’s doing what she loves best; sharing her lifetime of equine experience, which includes showing Western Pleasure, working and retraining OTTB, breeding and caring for 24 horses at her home in Fort Edward. Diane is also a certified Nutrena Feed Specialist, and can answer all of your questions regarding feed for your horse.

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Rob Fuller

Rob has been a member of the Walker’s team since 2010. He lives in Hartford with his wife Linda and enjoys hunting and model trains. For any questions regarding lawn and garden questions, fencing, hardware, clipper repair and sharpening or anything else at Walker’s, Rob is the guy with the answers. He also loves to swap hunting stories, so be sure to have some time to compare big buck stories while you are here!

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Angelica Garcia

If you have a question about where something is in the store, Angelica is our go-to girl. In charge of stocking and checking in inventory, she knows where everything is in the store. We rely on her for keeping everything moving from receiving to the store floor. Angelica resides in Fort Ann with her husband and family. She is also an avid gardener who has an extensive flower garden at home, and you can find her outside taking care of our selection of annuals in the spring months.

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Karen Whitman

Karen started working at Walker’s in 1998. After leaving in 2012 to work on a thoroughbred farm, she returned to Walker’s and the customers that she missed in 2016. Karen and her husband raise British White beef cattle and Boer goats in Fort Ann where they share their home with several cats and dogs. If you are looking for advice on raising healthy chickens, goats, or cattle stop in and see Karen.

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Jane Moulton

Jane has been an employee at Walker’s since 1997. She was raised on a dairy farm and currently Jane and her husband own Sandy Hill Quarter Horses, where they raise & train Quarter Horses and have beef cattle.   She has been riding her whole life and currently compete in American Ranch Horse Association and National Reined Cow Horse Association shows.

She has a degree in Veterinary Technician and has been through several training sessions with Nutrena to be an Equine Feed Specialist.