Crystal Rice works on a customer’s clock as owner Susie Hennig (right) winds a time-and-strike clock brought in by Steve Heath at A House of Clocks on Monday in Lynnwood. The landmark Lynnwood shop plans to close after more than 54 years. David Nofziger said he and his siblings, who took over the business from their parents, are closing the shop because they’re reaching retirement age. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Crystal Rice works on a customer’s clock as owner Susie Hennig (right) winds a time-and-strike clock brought in by Steve Heath at A House of Clocks on Monday in Lynnwood. The landmark Lynnwood shop plans to close after more than 54 years. David Nofziger said he and his siblings, who took over the business from their parents, are closing the shop because they’re reaching retirement age. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Time’s up for A House of Clocks, a Lynnwood landmark

The owners, who are nearing retirement age, plan to shutter the 54-year-old business.

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