Dena Parish, store manager and Lisa Parker, executive director of Shoals Habitat for Humanity stand in the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. [ALYSSA MARKS/TIMESDAILY PHOTO]

When Lisa Parker, executive director of Shoals Habitat for Humanity, contacted Dena Parrish about joining ReStore, Habitat’s nonprofit thrift store, as manager, Parrish said she knew the job was right for her.

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