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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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    Mandy Wallace, staff accountant for Accounting Consultants, was guest speaker of the Chamber's Lunch & Learn September 10. Wallace is also a Chamber trustee.
     
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    This translated quote by nineteenth century editor and writer, Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr, could be considered the standard work ethic of Jim D’s Body Shop.
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    As planning begins for the holiday retail season, the Chamber is pleased to announce Ascension Borgess-Lee Hospital for the 14th consecutive year has stepped forward as the major $2,000 underwriter of this community’s Christmas celebration.
     
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