NC Marble and Granite honored


This week’s Chamber Member of the Week is North Carolina Marble and Granite, which was formed in 1960 by the merger of Clinton Memorial Works and Newbern Memorial Works. The company vice president, Jeremy Edgerton, represents the 5th generation of their family being engaged in the memorial industry. They serve a portion of Eastern North Carolina that extends a 75 mile radius from Clinton. They provide cemetery monuments, veterans memorials, engraving services, and cemetery restorations. N.C. Marble and Granite’s goal is to represent the life a person has lived by creating unique and personalized monuments.


This week’s Chamber Member of the Week is North Carolina Marble and Granite, which was formed in 1960 by the merger of Clinton Memorial Works and Newbern Memorial Works. The company vice president, Jeremy Edgerton, represents the 5th generation of their family being engaged in the memorial industry. They serve a portion of Eastern North Carolina that extends a 75 mile radius from Clinton. They provide cemetery monuments, veterans memorials, engraving services, and cemetery restorations. N.C. Marble and Granite’s goal is to represent the life a person has lived by creating unique and personalized monuments.

This week’s Chamber Member of the Week is North Carolina Marble and Granite, which was formed in 1960 by the merger of Clinton Memorial Works and Newbern Memorial Works. The company vice president, Jeremy Edgerton, represents the 5th generation of their family being engaged in the memorial industry. They serve a portion of Eastern North Carolina that extends a 75 mile radius from Clinton. They provide cemetery monuments, veterans memorials, engraving services, and cemetery restorations. N.C. Marble and Granite’s goal is to represent the life a person has lived by creating unique and personalized monuments.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_MOW-NC-Marble-Granite-010416.jpgThis week’s Chamber Member of the Week is North Carolina Marble and Granite, which was formed in 1960 by the merger of Clinton Memorial Works and Newbern Memorial Works. The company vice president, Jeremy Edgerton, represents the 5th generation of their family being engaged in the memorial industry. They serve a portion of Eastern North Carolina that extends a 75 mile radius from Clinton. They provide cemetery monuments, veterans memorials, engraving services, and cemetery restorations. N.C. Marble and Granite’s goal is to represent the life a person has lived by creating unique and personalized monuments.
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