MBNA Member List

Robert Jordan
Garden City Monument Services
1035 Ronan Street
Missoula, MT 59801
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (406) 542-1344
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Kay E. Stilson, CM
Garlinghouse Memorials
1603 Main Street
Lewiston, ID 83501
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (208) 743-2471
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Michelle Geverola
Gast Monuments, Inc.
24 South River Road
Des Plaines, IL 60016
Membership Type: Branch
Phone: (847) 297-8600
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James F.Gast, AICA
Gast Monuments, Inc.
1900 West Peterson Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (773) 262-2400
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Daniel Gaulden
Gaulden Monuments, Inc.
1048 Saluda Street
Rock Hill, SC 29730
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (803) 327-2760
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Mike Geiger
Geiger & Sons, Inc.
2976 West Lake Road
Erie, PA 16505-3847
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (814) 838-3588
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Marc E. Arntzen
Gem City Memorials, Inc.
2503 Locust Street
Quincy, IL 62301
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (217) 224-0400
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David Herzig
George E. Hoare Memorial Co.
624 Franklin Street
Elmira, NY 14904
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (607) 732-9273
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Robert Sperry
Gies Brothers G. Sperry & Sons
67 North Bergen Street
Dover, NJ 07801
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (973) 366-3466
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Nick Kurz
Gifford Monument Works, Inc.
900 North Broadway Avenue
Ada, OK 74820
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (580) 332-1271
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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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