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Photo sent New Ulm Monument-Sunburst Memorials has a new building and a new manager. The Willkommen committee of the chamber of commerce of the new Ulm region stopped by to welcome director Jeff Kissner. He says the new facility has been completely rebuilt on site. The modern and comfortable building provides space for people to design and see the choices. Once the material and design are selected, the memorial is fabricated at St. Cloud’s facilities before being placed in the cemetery. With the largest inventory of monuments in the region, over 80 in stock, they are able to show you over 20 colors of granite, including various shapes, styles and examples of the latest technology, such as high definition photo-engraving. Customers can have an in-store meeting, an appointment at the cemetery, or by phone or email. They service all areas including New Ulm, Mankato, Sleepy Eye, Redwood Falls, Marshall and all surrounding towns. Kissner is originally from St. Cloud where he met his wife and moved to New Ulm. He and his wife have two boys. Pictured L-R: Sandy Schiebel of KNUJ & SAM, Ben Schoo of NU Surface, Jeff Kissner of New Ulm Monument and Cathy Anderson of Alliance Bank.

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New Ulm Monument-Sunburst Memorials has a new building and a new manager. The Willkommen committee of the chamber of commerce of the new Ulm region stopped by to welcome director Jeff Kissner. He says the new facility has been completely rebuilt on site. The modern and comfortable building provides space for people to design and see the choices. Once the material and design are selected, the memorial is fabricated at St. Cloud’s facilities before being placed in the cemetery. With the largest inventory of monuments in the region, over 80 in stock, they are able to show you over 20 colors of granite, including various shapes, styles and examples of the latest technology, such as high definition photo-engraving. Customers can have an in-store meeting, an appointment at the cemetery, or by phone or email. They service all areas including New Ulm, Mankato, Sleepy Eye, Redwood Falls, Marshall and all surrounding towns. Kissner is originally from St. Cloud where he met his wife and moved to New Ulm. He and his wife have two boys.

Pictured L-R: Sandy Schiebel of KNUJ & SAM, Ben Schoo of NU Surface, Jeff Kissner of New Ulm Monument and Cathy Anderson of Alliance Bank.



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