Meet the Craftsman: Bryan Sommers

This is Bryan, as easy-going and hard working as they come, and what we call around here a good ‘ole southern boy. Always ready with a smile and a nod, you’ll find him problem-solving and filling in the gaps on the manufacturing side of Stoll Industries. Two of his favorite products Stoll fabricates are kitchen…

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Meet the Craftsman: Randy Elliott

Randy Elliott is a lighthearted, easy going guy that is always willing to help out. While sanding is his primary department, Randy assists with various odds and ends tasks around the plant and helps wherever he is needed. Always ready with a joke or funny comment, Randy makes everyone around the plant smile throughout the…

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Meet the Craftsman: Joel Oberholzer

Joel is originally from Greencastle, Pennsylvania and has lived in several different states following job opportunities before settling down in Abbeville, South Carolina. Joel first learned of Stoll Industries while he was doing mission work in the local area. He met Christi who at the time worked in the office at Stoll. She is now…

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Meet the Craftswoman: Susan Stoll

Everyone who is connected with Stoll Industries loves Christmas time because it is the season of the boxes of homemade chocolates. From our own employees to our reps and dealers, the freshly handcrafted boxes of chocolates that are given out around Christmas and at the winter show are a huge hit. Since they are such…

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Meet the Craftsman: Gerald Sparks

Gerald Sparks grew up locally in Abbeville county and actually attended Abbeville High School with Dennis and Robert Stoll whose father founded the Stoll company in 1969. Gerald works at Stoll Industries in the finishing department, specializing in overlays and burnishing. His favorite products are the ones with decorative banding and rivets, even though they…

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Meet the Craftsman: Marvin Stoll

Marvin remembers moving to South Carolina with his family in the summer of 1969. As his dad established the Stoll business, Marvin took his first “job” for the company sweeping the floors after school. He received a $20 per week allowance for his work. He was only nine. Remembering back to the time before lasers…

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This is Stoll

From the very beginning, Stoll has been custom. Now one of the premier providers of custom metal-fabricated accents for the home, the Stoll company was established in 1969 by Mr. William F. Stoll. It all began with simple hearth accessory items: fireplace screens, spark screens and tool sets. With only a little blacksmithing experience from…

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