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Logee's Staff

Sham Elshakhs

Sham Elshakhs
Operations Manager

Sham ElShakhs brought a new perspective to Logee's, coming with a background in production, manufacturing, and business.  Prior to joining Logee’s in 2004 he worked for over 14 years in engineering and manufacturing on a variety products that went into everything from shoes to laser printers to the International Space Station.  He received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University, an M.S. in Industrial Engineering from Rutgers University and an MBA from the University of Connecticut.  Coming to Logee’s without a plant or mail-order background he had an exciting time learning a whole new business.  His first, and still favorite, Logee’s plant is the Citrus limon 'Meyer.'

Sheryl Felty
Merchandise Manager

Blending marketing savvy with a passion for gardening, Sheryl Felty, Logee’s Merchandise Manager has been creating catalogs with innovative plants and products since 1981. Having earned a BS in Plant Sciences from the University of Vermont, she joined the staff of Garden Way and went on to become one of the founders of Gardener’s Supply Company where she traveled the world extensively looking for innovative products to solve gardening problems. In her role at Logee’s, Sheryl is on a mission looking for rare and unusual plants to thrill and delight customers.


Shipping Supervisor

Sabina has been working at Logee’s for 8 years. She is originally from New York City, so working in our greenhouses brings her much pleasure. She has three beautiful daughters and they all find a difference in her since working here. Before working for Logee's Sabina was a supervisor for a restaurant, which was also quite chaotic! Logee’s is much more calm though, and she wouldn’t trade it for anything.


Gwen Glass-Carbone
Retail Supervisor

Gwen brings ten years of retail and merchandising expertise to Logee’s. She is enchanted by the magical quality of the greenhouses, and the old mother plants including the 114-year old Ponderosa Lemon Tree and the tropical lagoon blue of the Strongylodon macrobotrys (jade vine). The new expanded retail store opened May 1st of 2014 and  includes unique plant related home décor and gardening accessories, handmade jewelry, and local products such as homemade goat milk soap, organic candles, honey (seasonal) and award winning CT jam.


Amy Miller
Production Supervisor

Amy grew up in Danielson, CT and is now Logee's Production Supervisor. She started out in Customer Service, soon filled a needed position in retail and became our Retail Supervisor. After successfully running Retail for 5 years, she used her hard-earned plant knowledge and went out back into Production, where she makes sure that the plants needed are grown. Recently, she has taken our back-order list down to almost zero so now thanks to Amy and her staff we will be sure to get you the plant you are seeking. Amy is knowledgeable, friendly and in her 7th year at Logee's. She is married with three children ages, 3, 7 and 13.


Customer Service Supervisor

Ashley grew up in Northeastern Connecticut with her parents and an older brother. She’s been working at Logee’s for 6 years and has been the Customer Service Supervisor for 4 years. Her favorite part about working at Logee’s is walking through the greenhouses where she says “all her troubles melt away.” Also, she loves being able to help customers with plant care information and then get feedback about customer’s success stories. Her favorite plants are the cacti and succulent varieties because they tolerate neglect and have a wonderful tropical look to them.