When you choose Maggard Memorials and Laser Art Technology (in Lebanon, OH) or Harris Memorials (in Eaton, OH) to create your custom monuments, you work with professionals who bring decades of experience to every project. Amanda Maggard-Ramsey, the CEO and President, began her career in granite memorials in 1996 by working with her parents in the Lebanon office. Amanda took over the family business in 2009.
Today, Amanda owns and operates Maggard Memorials and Laser Art Technology with her husband, Nathan Ramsey, who does all the engraving and setting of the memorials. Since joining the business, Nathan has learned vital information about sandblasting and managing the company's relationships with local cemeteries. Amanda and Nathan have been blessed with three children: Kyle, Kayli and Kolton.
Committed to the Community
Maggard Memorials and Laser Art Technology
and Harris Memorials are proud to provide Warren, Preble, and Clermont counties and the surrounding areas with beautiful custom granite monuments.
In order to create the best possible granite engravings, we use state-of-the-art photographic and engraving technology. When photos are necessary, we use a Nikon X200 or a Canon EOS 5D Mark II 21.1-megapixel DSLR camera with EF 24-105mm lens.
We are one of the few memorial companies in the area who own and operate a laser engraver — all your work will be done in-house. Our laser engraving machine is a Vytek MLS 610, which is one of the largest machines in the country.
Our laser engraver is serviced monthly, so it works as if it
brand new. It has a 72" x 120" bed size and a vertical thickness capability of 24". Its weight capacity is 8,800 lbs.
Hence, you can rely on it for precision results for a wide range of granite engraving.
Funerary monuments and memorials
We can provide you with a free in-home consultation - contact us in Lebanon