One sweet job
Uncle Sam’s Homemade Chocolates have earned good reputations, and that’s one reason customers call and visit Deb Butler. As floor supervisor of the sweets shop on Albany Street in Schenectady, the girl from Uncle also manages personnel. Posted on December 17, 2011.
Deb Butler, shop floor supervisor at Uncle Sam’s Homemade Chocolates on Albany Street, cashes out a quarter pound of butter crunch for Galway resident Elizabeth Nicols.
Butler checks inventory for an over-the-phone customer order.
Butler takes order over the phone at the shop recently. One phone order taken was a caller from Georgia who ordered goods that will be shipped to Georgia, North Carolina and Vermont.
As floor supervisor of the sweets shop on Albany Street in Schenectady, Butler also manages personnel.
“We have six or seven,” said Butler, 44, who lives in Schenectady and has worked at the store for the past three years.
Butler loads 18 red-wrapped boxes of chocolate into a larger box for easy carrying for a customer.
Many sweet treats, chocolate and hard candy, for sale at Uncle Sam's.
Butler bags some candy for a customer.
Deb Butler, shop floor supervisor at Uncle Sam’s Homemade Chocolates on Albany Street, weighs a box of milk chocolate butter crunch for a customer.