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We understand how stressful these times are. We want you to know we are here to answer any questions you may have about a memorial for your family. Now would be a good time to e-mail us or call and get information together before the State opens back up. Please stay safe and we will get through this together.

The Willis Granite family

Willis Granite office in Granite, Oklahoma is open by appointment.  We are also able to work with families via e-mail marla@willisgranite.com,  phone 580-535-2184 or the web site request form .  We will get back to you as soon as possible.

The Willis Granite office in Oklahoma City is open by appointment.  We are also able to work with families via e-mail karen@willisgranite.com and phone 405-787-0444 and we will get back to you as soon as possible

The Willis Granite office in Stillwater is open by appointment.  We are able to work with families via e-mail meagan@willisgranite.com and phone 405-372-2127 and we will get back to you as soon as possible. 

Oklahoma

Holiday Hours: We will be closed Monday July 6th for Independence Day.
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Oklahoma

Journal Record Article June 7,2012

Journal Record Article June 7,2012

This article is from the Journal Record in Oklahoma City about Brenda Hickerson, artist at Willis Granite. Brenda is the youngest of three daughters running the family business, Willis Granite in Granite, OK. For four generations, the Willis family has been designing, cutting, carving, sandblasting and installing stone monumnents around the world. Most of the letter engraving on a granite monument is done by machine sandblasting anymore, while artistic textures and subtle tone differences are done by hand with carbide-tipped tools, by Hickerson and her sister Linda Morris.

Hobart Democrat Article August 30, 2012

Hobart Democrat Article August 30, 2012

This article is from the Hobart Democrat about a memorial bench that we created in honor of Lee Beth Funkhouser, long time teacher at Hobart Public Schools. As you can tell here, we also work with other types of stone besides just granite.

Altus Times Article June 23, 2013

Altus Times Article June 23, 2013

Article from Altus Times Newspaper from June 23, 2013 about infant graves at the Altus City Cemetery. The Grubb family commissioned a memorial to honor all of the children that are buried there, but have no maker or memorial on their grave. Granite design, engraving and laser etching by Willis Granite. "Snuggling Infant" by Jean Keaton.

Veteran Bronze Marker

Veteran Bronze Marker

Bronze veterans marker with flag background

67th Fighter Squadron

67th Fighter Squadron

67th fighter squadron bronze marker

Bronze Basketball plaque

Bronze Basketball plaque

Willis Cove Sign

Willis Cove Sign

This red granite sign features a sunburst pattern and white painted lettering. This sign is at the entrance to the Willis Cove housing addition on North Ann St in Granite, Oklahoma.

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Vinson School and Community Memorial

Vinson School and Community Memorial

Vinson, Oklahoma has a colorful history; one of great triumph and trial. Vinson was one of the first settlements in southwest Oklahoma, in what once was considered Greer County, Texas. In 1904, the town was thriving until lightening struck and most of the buildings burned. The town was rebuilt along Highway 9, which was called “The Trail.” It was a farming community, relying mostly on cotton crops. By 1925, it was a bustling community of 400 to 500 people, recalls JB Chambers, a local farmer who grew up in Vinson.

U.S.S. Oklahoma Memorial - Oklahoma City, Ok

U.S.S. Oklahoma Memorial - Oklahoma City, Ok

U.S.S. Oklahoma Memorial at the State Capitol in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The names listed are of the soldiers on the U.S.S. Oklahoma when the ship was attacked during Pearl Harbor. This piece is a part of the American Legion War Memorial.

USS Oklahoma Anchor Historical Monument

USS Oklahoma Anchor Historical Monument

On December 7, 1941, the USS Oklahoma was attacked and sank at Pearl Harbor. In all, 429 Sailors and Marines were killed. The ship was re-floated in 1943, but sank somewhere in the Pacific as it was being towed. The 10-ton anchor was recovered and brought to Oklahoma City, where it resides today. This anchor and historical monument stand as a reminder of those that died on the USS Oklahoma during the attack on Pearl Harbor. The following text is the inscription on the front of the historical marker that stands next to the anchor.

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Our Office Locations

900 Quarry Dr, Granite, Oklahoma 73547
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 8-12 & 1-5, Saturday 10-12 & 1-4

Phone: 580-535-2184

302 E 6th Ave, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074
Hours of Operation:
Monday thru Friday 9-5, Saturday by appointment

Phone: 405-372-2127

3864 North MacArthur Boulevard, Warr Acres, Oklahoma 73122
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday-Friday10-5, Saturday 10-4

Phone: 405-787-0444