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Maryville Monument Company was founded in the early 1920’s. Then located on West Main Street next to Saint Andrews Episcopal Church (now Broadway Avenue) the company was named Maryville Marble Company. The marble industry in Blount County was in full swing with at least five quarries located near Friendsville and Louisville. As logistics improved, granite was also introduced to the Blount County monument business and the name was changed to Maryville Granite and Marble Works. In 1943, the Staley family purchased Maryville Monumental Works and it was moved to its present location at 804 East Broadway Avenue.
The current owner, Jeff Wallace, purchased Maryville Monument Company in 2008. With over 30 years of experience in construction, the industry came natural to him; however, he called upon partner, Donnie Poteet of McCammon-Ammons-Click Funeral Home, to broaden his knowledge in the memorial business. Jeff then became sole owner in 2013.
Over the years the owners and names have changed various times; however, many things have remained the same. The office team has continued the established filing system and can pull sales contracts dating back to the mid-forties. The shop team has continued the quality craftsmanship on both granite and marble monuments, all of which are sandblasted on-site with precise detail. One hundred years later, we still take pride in each memorial as a lasting tribute to your loved one.
While Jeff has been the owner of Maryville Monument Company for over 10 years, he has over 30 years of experience in the construction industry. In his spare time, he enjoys working with rescues. He currently has 3 dogs, Sugar Bear, Vinny and Daisey. Jeff also enjoys coaching youth football and volunteering with Little League.
Growing up in Maryville and the daughter of a small business owner, Tabitha enjoys working with a company so rich in local history. Her experience is in both bookkeeping and human resources. Tabitha’s weekends are usually filled with her two daughters, Bailey & Payton, her 3 dogs, 1 cat and the VOLS!
Allison joined our team in 2019 and also has deep roots in Blount County. Growing up in her parents and grandparent’s small business, she prides herself on efficiency and customer satisfaction. Allison’s favorite pastime is the sport of softball; however, she has happily traded running bases for chasing her two young children; Blakely and Sawyer.
Kimberly grew up in Kingsport, TN and moved to Blount County over 20 years ago while attending college. She met her husband, Shane, who is a native of Blount County. Kimberly specializes in photography and design and enjoys helping people during such a difficult time. She has 4 children and If she isn't at work, she is probably at a ba
Kimberly grew up in Kingsport, TN and moved to Blount County over 20 years ago while attending college. She met her husband, Shane, who is a native of Blount County. Kimberly specializes in photography and design and enjoys helping people during such a difficult time. She has 4 children and If she isn't at work, she is probably at a ball field watching her children play ball.
Cris was born and raised in Mexico until the age of 16. He then moved to Tennessee, finished school and became a chef. He prides himself on efficiency and customer satisfaction. In his spare time, you can find him hanging out with his wife, Elese and two kids, Julian and Roselyn. Cris loves to workout, cook for his family and eat.
Daniel has been in Blount County for 27 years and has been in the monument business for over 25 years. Daniel is extremely knowledgable on all monument care, installation and design. When he is not working, he is at home working on cars, spending time with his wife, Stephanie, children, Michael & Kyle and new grandbaby, Oakley.
Noah was born and raised in Vermont. He moved to Blount County last year and is enjoying learning about our community. Noah is an excellent craftsman and prides himself on his work. When Noah is not working on monuments, he is hanging out with his brother.