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Fuller and Johnson records change hands

| August 2008

Verne W. Kindschi, who wrote the authoratitive history of the Fuller & Johnson Manufacturing Co., of Madison, Wis., reports that he has passed the company records on to Stan Johnson, great-grandson of company founder James A. Johnson. Stan confirmed the transaction, and states that "it's still business as usual" as far as information requests are concerned.

Stan operates the website www.fullerandjohnson.com and can be reached by e-mail at fullerandjohnson@aol.com.

Read the whole story behind the transaction in the October/November issue of Gas Engine Magazine.

-Christian Williams



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