On Monday, August 13th, the Cincinnati Enquirer published a very nice article about the passing of our President and CEO, Jim Verdin. The article gives a brief history of The Verdin Company, some interesting stories of Jim's time with the company, and details of [...]
Many churches, towns, and colleges have made big investments in bells. While bells will last for decades, the bolts, hardware, clappers, as well as the supporting structure and tower itself, are subject to weather, temperature extremes, and normal wear and tear. When was the last [...]
The four-faced, 18-foot tall post clock was installed in Barrie, Ontario, Canada to honor Canada’s 150th birthday and the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International’s 100th anniversary. The clock has become Barrie's newest landmark and completes a revamped waterfront that includes a new footbridge, separate bike [...]
How Verdin restored a Paul Revere Bell In 2017, a restored Revere Bell was reinstalled at the Truro Meting House. The Revere Bell restoration was necessary due to a previously failed repair attempt of a crack on the crown portion of the bell. Historical [...]
Throughout the weekend prior to 9/11/2017, the Toledo community helped create a 250-pound bronze bell to honor 9/11 first responders. The custom bell was unveiled, dedicated, and rung for the first time on Monday, September 11. The bell was cast onsite using the world’s only mobile bell [...]
Day and night photos of the 10 foot in diameter Series I Verdin tower clock at Tower One Office Building across from Wrigley Field, Chicago. Hands and tick marks are LED lit.