Nunda Lumber Celebrates 85 Years

July 5, 2017 LBM Journal

Nunda Lumber in Nunda, N.Y. is celebrating 85 years in business. The company, founded by Purl Zeilman in 1932, started out providing coal in a 1,100 square-foot space, Livingston County News reports. The company has been in the family since, passing to Zeilman’s daughter, Margaret, and her husband, Arland Russell. From there, it passed to the couple’s son, Larry Russell, and then to Larry’s son, Dana, the current and fourth-generation owner.

Read more in the Livingston County News.

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