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If you weren’t a craftsman at Thos. Moser, what would you be doing?
I would enjoy working with adoptive and foster children and their families at A Bend in the Road in Hartford.

When you’re not working, what is your greatest source of enjoyment?
Spending time with my family, Amy, Bennett and Sofiya, working, laughing and making memories.

What’s your favorite all-time song?
Amazing Grace by John Newton, a former slave trader who became a Christian.

In 2001, Warren and Amy Shaw adopted a 9-month-old baby girl from a Siberian orphanage. Little did they know then, that the trauma already suffered in Sofiya’s short life would lead them from despair to hope, and that they would be compelled to move beyond conventional treatment to find healing for both Sofiya and their family.

What they learned on their journey would result in the creation of a safe place, on their own farm, to provide healing for other adoptive, foster and kinship families. The supports offered are specific to children with a history of neglect and abuse; a place to access specialized therapy in a non-clinical farm-type setting for the entire family.

Today, At a Bend in the Road, a non-profit organization in Maine, is supported by generous grants, business sponsorships and personal gifts. Occupational Therapy, Counseling, Educational Supports and Horsemanship Programs are offered at no charge to some 40 children, ages 3-18, and their families.

This is what one craftsman and his family do in their spare time. For help, more information or to make a donation, please go to for details.

At A Bend in the Road photos by NicoleLee Photography