March 2018 Article Archives

Have the Talk of a Lifetime

 

Monument Builders of North America is a member of FAMIC, association providing the Have the Talk program.

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MBNA Elects New Board of Trustees

MBNA held it’s 2018 MBUniversity Conference on February 24-25 in Irving Texas at the Sheraton DFW Airport Hotel.  On Saturday, new officers and district trustees were installed as a part of their Annual Business Meeting. New officers and officers advancing into positions included:

 

Ken Reeson, AICA of Summit Memorials, Ltd., in Edmonton, AB Canada stepped down from his role as Vice President after serving the association for the past 2 years.

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2017 Aspire to Success Awards!

The 2017 Aspire to Success Awards were announced just last weekend at the MBUniversity Conference in Irving, Texas! This year there were three winners; all of which were very involved in their community and made a positive impact in unique ways. Be sure to keep an eye out on the website, in MBNews and on social media for more details and to view the entries!

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2018 MBNA Design Awards

This years' MBNA Design Contest was quite a success! After receiving more entries than ever before, the convention attendees were almost drooling over the quality of work that was submitted. The following winners were announced at the 2018 MBUniversity conference that was held in Irving, Texas just last weekend. You will soon find the entries on the website and social media sites! 

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Why not make a conscious decision about the way you'll be remembered? Why shouldn't a memorial be a useful and beautiful part of the places that you love? This video shows one couple that has chosen to change the way they will be remembered.

Memorialization is about healing the people that few people that mourn your loss and recording a little bit of the flavor of your character for the many people who will follow after you.

Diamond etching is the process of creating a picture with thousands of impact marks from a diamond-tipped chisel. This old-world technique creates a long-lasting picture that is actually engraved into stone.