Monroe Welding Supply, Inc. was founded in August of 1948 by Riley and Tense Williams. For 65 years, Monroe Welding Supply has continued to meet the demands of all the businesses and people who are in need of quality merchandise and supplies geared for work in the metal trades. MWS is located on the corner of 18th St. and Washington St. on taking up 1 ½-city blocks. Family owned and operated, we are one of the largest distributors in North Louisiana. We are best known for our honesty and old-fashioned personal service. MWS has been a BBB accredited business since 1967 in meeting standards of commitment and trouble shooting. Our professionalism, affordability and expertise have helped us build a client base that knows we do not sacrifice quality for price.
If you're in need of quality welding equipment and supplies but want to be sure that you're investing in a company that will deliver satisfactory results and service, contact Monroe Welding Supply, Inc. just off I-20 in Monroe, LA. The business uses three route sales trucks, five delivery trucks, five inside salesmen, three outside salesman and a support staff of 33 employees to sell welding equipment and supplies. We sell at the retail level in Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Texas and now expanding due to the Pipeline Industry.
In Memory of Bruce Hammons
Monroe Welding Supply lost a valuable and loyal employee and friend of 30+ years; Bruce will truly be missed by the Williams family and the employees of Monroe Welding Supply. Our prayers go out to his family and friends.
The Williams family
Bruce Elliot Hammons passed away Tuesday, November 11, 2014, at the age of 61. Bruce was born in Augsburg, Germany on August 1, 1953, to Ernest Ware and Lucille Blackwell Hammons, both of Mississippi. He grew up in Pollock, Louisiana, and moved to West Monroe in 1971. Bruce was a devoted and loving husband to his wife of 29 years, Jill Hammons; a proud and caring father to his son, Aaron DeLong, and his daughter, Alicia DeLong; a proud grandfather to his three grandsons, Toshan, Sajan, and Elliot, and granddaughter Amara. Bruce was also a loving father-in-law to Sheila and Jason; a sweet nephew to Aunt Billie; an amazing baby brother to Kathleen, Ernie, John, and Lou, a wonderful brother-in-law to Sandra, Su, and Bruce, and always “the cool uncle” to all his nieces and nephews. Additionally, Bruce was a friend for life to many people he crossed paths with. Bruce worked at Monroe Welding Supply for over 30 years. He loved his job and considered those he worked with a second family. His passions in life included excitement for basketball and football, well-written fiction books, blues music, a good cup of coffee, sweet treats, and bacon, a new love for playing golf, as well as an unwavering love for any and all puppy-dogs. Above all else though, Bruce’s love for family and friends stood out. He put people and relationships as his highest priority, and loved nothing more than spending time with loved ones and putting smiles on the faces of those around him.
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Mulhearn Funeral Home
West Monroe, LA
Christian Edward Williams
Carole Sue Williams
Chairman & Secretary
Treasurer & Office Manager