MBNA Member List

Bertie Lang
Bell Memorials
3324 10th Street
Great Bend, KS 67530
Membership Type: Branch
Phone: (620) 793-8346
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Diane Euler
Bell Memorials
2301 Stagg Hill Road
Manhattan, KS 66502
Membership Type: Branch
Phone: (785) 539-0441
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Dan Bell
Bell Memorials & Granite Works Inc.
339 North Minnewawa Avenue
Clovis, CA 93612
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (559) 299-7055
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Joshua J. Bell, AICA
Bell Memorials LLC
301 South River Street
Beloit, KS 67420-0127
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: 7857382257
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Jennifer Campbell
Bell Memorials LLC
1425 West Crawford Street
Salina, KS 67401
Membership Type: Branch
Phone: (785) 827-1204
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Leila Rike, CM
Bell Vault & Monument
1019 South Main Street
Miamisburg, OH 45342
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (937) 866-2444
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Loyd Michael Rives, CM
Benchmark Monument
1735 East 11th Street
Tulsa, OK 74104
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (918) 582-8600
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Erik Pierson
Benedict Memorials, LLC
50 Mulberry Street
Middletown, NY 10940
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (845) 343-5117
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Dean Endriss
Beringer Monument Company
306 4th Street Northeast
Hampton, IA 50441
Membership Type: Branch
Phone: (641) 456-2303
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William J. Bertrand
Bertrand Memorials
2024 South Broadway, #200
Rochester, MN 55904
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (507) 529-5017
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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.

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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