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Commercial Welding Co.

ContactMark Smith
EmailCommWelding@beanstalk.net
Address316 Cass Ave., PO Box 505
Dowagiac , MI 49047
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Telephone269-782-5252
Fax269-782-9672

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Symonds Machine Company

ContactRobert Z. Symonds
EmailRZSymonds@aol.com
AddressPO Box 268
Dowagiac, MI 49047
Telephone269-782-8051
Fax269-782-3989

Symonds Machine Company offers its customers custom proto-type machining, short-run production and 3-D machining. The company can also build custom machines.

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    Dr. Joe Odenwald, incoming president of Southwestern Michigan College, reflected on this quote by Eric Hoffer, as he addressed a packed audience Jan. 16 within the Student Activity Center. Hosted in conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce, the community turned out in full force for the reception, welcoming the college's eighth president.

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