Duane Steiger still lives in the home where he was born and raised in Spring Mills. He began repairing clocks in 1970 and has serviced thousands of clocks of all kinds, from 1700's English grandfather clocks and 1950's Big Ben alarm clocks, to modern battery-powered quartz clocks. Duane became proficient in troubleshooting and correcting nearly every imaginable problem. Now semi-retired, he continues to work part-time from his shop behind his home.
As a boy, Keith took apart his first clock (actually, his parents' clock) and put it back together. Unfortunately, there were parts left over and his first venture into the world of horology was a dismal failure. In 2000 he brought a Waterbury mantel clock to Duane for repair. When he stepped into Duane's shop, he was bitten by the "clock bug". In 2009 he began working part-time with Duane, providing in-home set-up, repair, and maintenance service for floor clocks.
In March of 2016, due to Mr. Steiger's semi-retirement, this website was changed to Keith's Clock Shop. I am now providing clock repair services for State College and the central Pennsylvania region. Duane still works at his bench and continues to take in clocks for repair. He has been a great blessing to me as I have learned the trade. But I now have my own repair shop. Both Duane and I desire to do our work in a manner that is pleasing not only to our customers, but most of all to our Lord, Jesus Christ.
So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God. (1 Corinthians 10:31 ESV)