Arnet's Inc Is Leaving the Family
But Caryl Arnet is still on the job
From the March, 2017 issue
One of Ann Arbor's oldest companies changed hands in December, when Caryl Arnet sold Arnet's Inc. to Patten Monument Company of Comstock. Arnet's great-grandfather Joseph Arnet started the monument business in 1904 on a large property on Jackson Ave., where headstones and memorials were hand carved out back. Her father, Larry, later expanded the business with the purchase of a number of crematories (both pet and human).
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