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Woodmen Life - Ryan Beane

Woodmen Life - Ryan Beane

tel. 979-732-7561

Our Common Bond and Purpose:WoodmenLife members share a commitment to family, community and country. Through a commitment to family values, they become more dedicated family members. Through volunteerism, members strive to be better friends and neighbors. Through a patriotic allegiance, members pledge to be better citizens. Our Mission:WoodmenLife's Mission Statement expresses the basic purpose of our organization and the reason for our existence:WoodmenLife® provides members with financial security while making a difference in your community.Our Vision:WoodmenLife's Vision Statement is a declaration of the organization's future direction and goals:To be the most trusted financial services provider with valued member benefits and programs. Our Values:WoodmenLife's Values express what we believe in and the qualities we hold most important:*Relationships *Stewardship *Community *Accountability 

Seifert Oil Co

Seifert Oil Co

tel. 979-725-6741

104 W Jackson St, Weimar, TX 78962

Gasoline, diesel and oil jobber sales. Wholesale and retail sales of gasoline, diesel and kerosene, as well as oil in cases or drums.

Main Package Store

Main Package Store

tel. 979-725-6269

500 S Eagle St, Weimar, TX 78962

Beer, liquor, wine, lottery.

Cardinal Classic Cleaners

Cardinal Classic Cleaners

tel. 979-732-2193

1013 Walnut Street , Columbus, TX 78934

Cardinal Classic Cleaners is a full-service dry cleaning service that also offers wash and fold next day service and alterations. Recently under new ownership. We have impeccable service and great prices on our services.  

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