MBNA Member List

Debbie Benedict
Rovelli Monuments LLC
80B North Street
Danbury, CT 06810
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (203) 743-2176
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Anthony W. Rowland, CM
Rowland Monuments
3320 Main Street 20
Bethel Springs, TN 38315-9508
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (731) 934-7460
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Anthony Bekavac
Rudez Granite & Bronze
2240 Route 51
Jefferson Hills, PA 15025
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (412) 384-4410
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Paul Ruhkala
Ruhkala Monument Company, Inc.
1001 Broadway
Sacramento, CA 95818
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (916) 441-2846
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Harlan Rundle
Rundle Monument Company
230 Court Street
Clay Center, KS 67432
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: 7856323733
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Robert Critchley
S. Critchley & Son, Ltd.
The Memorial Centre, Langley Road
Pendlebury, Manchester M27 8SS
United Kingdom
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: 44-1617361794
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David L. Sadler, CM, AICA
Sadler & Son Monument Works
1026 East Bender Boulevard
Hobbs, NM 88240
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (575) 392-7269
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John Sadler
Sadler Monument Works, Inc.
1645 North 20th Street
Slaton, TX 79363-2713
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: 8068284488
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Michael R. Ellerbeck, CM, AICA
Salt Lake Monument, LLC
186 N Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84103-3881
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (801) 364-4025
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Joseph Sandzimier
Sandzimier Memorials, Inc.
320 Porter Avenue
Scottdale, PA 15683
Membership Type: Retailer
Phone: (724) 887-9260
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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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