MBNA Member List

Graeme Robertson
A & J Robertson (Granite) Ltd.
9 Merkland Road East
Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire AB24 5JT
Scotland
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: 441224652000
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George Pantelic
ABC Monuments
4460 W. Lexington Street
Chicago, IL 60624
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (312) 927-0444
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Thomas J. Matheney
Abel Monument Company
1917 North 8th Street
Pekin, IL 61554-0757
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (309) 346-4186
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Dave Dobe
Aberdeen Monument Co.
101 6th Ave Southwest
Aberdeen, SD 57401
Membership Type: Branch
Phone: (605) 225-0295
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Matthew B. Harris
Acton Monument Company, Inc.
789 Main Street
Acton, MA 01720
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (978) 263-5205
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Wendell H. Adams
Adams Memorials
1286 West State Street
Charleston, IL 61920
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (217) 345-9587
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Pamela Priest
Alaska Memorials & Monuments
5881 Artic Boulevard, Suite 203
Anchorage, AK 99518
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (907) 868-9097
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Blane Maher
Albert Lea Monument
723 Marshall Street
Albert Lea, MN 56007
Membership Type: Branch
Phone: (507) 373-2366
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David S. Blackmon
All Stone Memorials, Inc.
4302 Suitland Road
Suitland, MD 20746
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: 3017352067
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Gail E. Allen
Allen Granite Industries, Inc.
1800 East 5th Street
North Little Rock, AR 72114-5013
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (501) 945-3226
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Member Type Legend:
  • Retailer – A company whose primary business Is the sales of memorials to the public.
  • Branch – A branch location of an MBNA member.

Memorializing the life of a loved one is a difficult process. Finding a professional can make this process a lot easier. Create a monument that will preserve the story of a lifetime for generations to come by choosing a professional monument builder from North America's largest and most respected Monument association—the MBNA.

One of the most iconic tools of a stone mason is the square-tipped chisel used to break stone in a straight line. This video shows the centuries-old process of rock pitching.

Stone is polished by hours of work by a skilled craftsman. There is no "coating" that is applied. The beautiful, nearly permanent shine on memorials is created by a series of diamond impregnated pads, water, and a skilled craftsman. If the polishing process is done incorrectly, the stone can overheat causing the stone surface to prematurely crumble.

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