Diamond Tool Monument 46th Ave West & Grand Ave

Diamond Tool Monument

PRESS RELEASE

A monument dedicated to the former employees of Diamond Tool & Horseshoe Co., was unveiled today on the corner of 46th Ave West and Grand Ave. Memorial Day was set as an all day dedication day for people to come by a see the beautiful Granite stone monument that was donated by friends and former employees of Diamond Tool & Horseshoe Co.
The company operated on the site, now the Denfeld Retail Center for over 80 years before closing in 1994.

People will be there on Memorial Day during the parade to answer any questions about the monument. And give you a brochure concerning the Monument.
For more information, contact Dennis Hackett @ 218-624-3489
djhackett@juno.com

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Troy says ... on Tuesday, Feb 15 at 12:06 AM

1966 the year I was born I was given a silver horseshoe with the brand name Diamond Tool and Horseshoe Co. on it. It has always been a part of my life and a bit of a mystery. I was interesting to find out where it came from and to read about the co.

Donna Mundell says ... on Wednesday, Oct 27 at 6:25 PM

My husband had his best working years there at Diamond before passing away.It was enjoyable for him

Connie Lindgren Kalli says ... on Sunday, Jan 31 at 5:05 PM

I just remember growing up knowing this is where my Dad Ron worked and being proud. Now this week my son is doing a presentation about both of his Grandpa's working at Diamond. And how Dennis Kalli designed the 4 point punch for the horseshoes. Thank

Teresa Huntly says ... on Monday, Nov 30 at 3:03 PM

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Teresa Huntly says ... on Saturday, Apr 11 at 8:48 PM

I would like to buy about 20 unbranded 4" adjustable wrenches, not with the new larger head. mochatwo@windstream.net Help!

Denise Gates-Danilewski says ... on Sunday, Jun 1 at 4:56 PM

What a fine tribute to the men and women who spent many dedicated years at Diamond. You were, and remain family. Dad would be touched by this. Thanks to all who had a part in this project and especially Dennis Hackett.

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