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Friday, February 24, 2012

Westminster Patch: A Monumental Business: Mathias Monuments, More Than 100 Years on Main Street


Mathias Monuments continues serving the Westminster community after 106 years in business.

By Kerri Gaither February 23, 2012


Mathias Monuments has been a constant on Main Street in Westminster for more than a century. Owner George Irwin and his wife Marilyn said they have worked to keep the same rigorous business standards that were passed on to them from the Mathias family.

Irwin purchased the business from the Mathias family in 1988. In addition to maintaining the same commitment to how the business is run, Irwin also kept on many of the employees when he purchased the business…
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Mathias Monuments, named and owned by Joseph L. Mathias, was purchased from the Beaver family in 1906. The Mathias family was well established in the community; Mathias even served as the mayor of Westminster from 1942 to 1963… http://westminster.patch.com/articles/mathias-monuments-serving-carroll-county-for-over-100-years

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