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Charles Concrete

ContactJesse Charles
EmailJesse@Charles-Concrete.com
Address53910 Rudy Road
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-655-5129

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Eby Farms LLC

ContactMatthew & Jennifer Eby
EmailEbyFarmsLLC@gmail.com
Address56641 Glenwood Road
Cassopolis , MI 49031
(directions)
Telephone269-535-1984

Matthew Eby of Eby Farms LLC has more than 20 years of experience in a wide range of residential construction.  References are available upon request.  

Eby Farms LLC also encompasses Jennifer Eby's selection of handcrafted soaps & body products, available on-line, at local craft shows and for farm market pickup by appointment.  Also available are food-grade oils with no preservatives or fillers, small batches for fresh products and essential oils only for scent.   

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EC Finley Excavating & Trucking

ContactEd Finley
Address27292 May St., PO Box 698
Edwardsburg, MI 49112
(directions)
Telephone269-663-3255
Fax269-663-3285

EC Finley Excavating & Trucking in Edwardsburg also provides equipment leasing to its clients.


Klett Development LLC

ContactJames A Klett II
EmailJamesKlett2@hotmail.com
Address62994 Territorial Road
Hartford , MI 49057
(directions)
Telephone269-208-9635
Fax269-424-3960

Klett Development LLC is a Michigan Limited Liability Company that focuses on a wide variety of construction, from commercial to residential development. The company is also capable of handling all of your aggregate needs, including gravel, stone, sand, asphalt or concrete. No job is too small, nor too large. From home building to road construction and 45-acre plat developments, owner Chip Klett can meet all of your needs.

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