Brothers and co-owners Tim, left, and Jesse Clark hold a photo of their late stepfather, Robert LeCocq, in the retail location of their new business Lynden Bolt on Front Street in Lynden on Wednesday, Jan. 20. The retail store, which sells fasteners, electrical, chemical, safety and cutting tools, was the dream of Robert LeCocq.
Brothers and co-owners Tim, left, and Jesse Clark hold a photo of their late stepfather, Robert LeCocq, in the retail location of their new business Lynden Bolt on Front Street in Lynden on Wednesday, Jan. 20. The retail store, which sells fasteners, electrical, chemical, safety and cutting tools, was the dream of Robert LeCocq. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com
Brothers and co-owners Tim, left, and Jesse Clark hold a photo of their late stepfather, Robert LeCocq, in the retail location of their new business Lynden Bolt on Front Street in Lynden on Wednesday, Jan. 20. The retail store, which sells fasteners, electrical, chemical, safety and cutting tools, was the dream of Robert LeCocq. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com

Retail Tipsheet: New Lynden store a tribute to business owner

January 23, 2016 08:35 AM

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