MBNA Member List

Gene Jones
Jones Monument, Inc.
810 North Kansas Avenue
Liberal, KS 67901
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (620) 624-4711
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Larry R. Joyner
Joyner's Memorial, Inc.
2009 U.S. Highway 301 South
Wilson, NC 27894-0803
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (252) 291-6160
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Scott A. Johnson, AICA
Kallin-Johnson Monument Co.
1914 North 15th Street
Fort Dodge, IA 50501
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (515) 576-7233
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Karl R. Lutz, Jr.
Karl Lutz Monument Company, Inc.
2718 James Street
Syracuse, NY 13206
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (315) 463-0621
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Jay W. Blanchard
Keene Monument Company, Inc.
555 Main Street
Keene, NH 03431-4108
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (603) 352-7221
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Jody Wiggins-Hunt
Kellogg Memorials
16 Academy Street
Mexico, NY 13114
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (315) 963-3543
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Pat Vogel
Ketterhagen Memorials LLC
700 Milwaukee Avenue
Burlington, WI 53105
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (262) 763-2535
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Buddy Slifkin
Keystone Memorial Co.
2336 Walbert Avenue
Allentown, PA 18101
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: 6104359597
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Marjorie C. Mahaney
Kirby Monument Company
2407 Dudley Avenue
Parkersburg, WV 26101-2635
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (304) 422-2066
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Michael R. Law
Kirkpatrick Stoneworks, Ltd.
23 Highland Avenue
Fonthill, ON L0S 1E0
Canada
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (905) 892-3061
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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.

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