MODERN WELDING FEATURE

Shane Bowld, a welder with Modern Welding, works Thursday on a manway for a 30,000-gallon vertical tank in the warehouse department at the company on Parrish Avenue.

From the Great Depression to the COVID-19 pandemic, Modern Welding Company has been through a lot.

That’s why members of the family-owned business are taking time this week to celebrate the company’s 90th anniversary and to tout the success they’ve had over nine decades.

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