HOWARD COUNTY, Iowa (Jan. 13, 2014): Kevin and Mary Ann Neuzil, owners of K & M Metal Designs LLC in Cresco, have crafted and donated a customized steel sign to the Howard-Winneshiek Community School District.
The metal sign, created with a CNC plasma cutter, will be on display in the main office at Crestwood High School.
Kevin and Mary Ann started their business in March of 2012. “We do a lot of custom work,” said Mary Ann, adding that in addition to metal signs, she and her husband can make customized fire rings, garden décor, and “anything else you can imagine that you want cut from steel.”
All three of Kevin and Mary Ann’s children – Brandon, 22, Megan, 21, and Aaron, who is currently in 11th grade – have attended Crestwood High School. Additionally, Brandon was recently married to Mychelle Richter, 23, who also graduated from Crestwood, and Megan is attending classes at Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) in Calmar. Thus Kevin and Mary Ann decided it would be a nice gesture to donate the sign to the Northeast Iowa school district.
“On behalf of Crestwood High School, we appreciate the generosity of K & M Metal Designs,” said Principal Tim Felderman. “Kevin and Mary Ann are valued supporters of the school district and this is one more display of their commitment.”
Kevin and Mary Ann are currently accepting customizable orders from the public. They also have a vast array of clip art to choose from for design ideas. Kevin can be reached at 563-203-0215, and Mary Ann can be reached at 641-220-1473, or they can be reached at email@example.com. Be sure to visit K & M Metal Designs LLC on Facebook as well!
Howard-Winneshiek Community School District (Howard-Winn CSD) serves portions of Chickasaw, Howard and Winneshiek counties in Northeast Iowa, including the communities of Cresco, Chester, Elma, Lime Springs and Ridgeway. The district currently serves more than 1,300 students and covers 426 square miles, making it the second largest district – by landmass – in the State of Iowa. Our vision is to discover, develop and expand passions, creativity and strengths. Our mission is to prepare and empower our students to think creatively, serve, contribute and succeed locally and globally.
News release courtesy of Keri Schatz