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National Wrestling Hall of Fame

Olympic wrestler Dan Brand was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2011 and his red granite plaque made by Willis Granite sits in the museum in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Muleshoe Texas Historical Marker

Muleshoe Texas Historical Marker - Muleshoe, TX. This red granite historical marker tells the story of how Muleshoe, Texas got it's name. Created by Willis Granite Products.

Born Samuel Moore Walton March 29, 1918 Kingfisher, Oklahoma, U.S. Died April 5, 1992 (aged 74) Little Rock, Arkansas, U.S. Nationality American Alma mater University of Missouri 1940 Occupation Founder of Walmart Net worth US$23 billion (1992)[1] Religion Presbyterianism[2] Spouse(s) Helen Walton (1943 – his death) Children 4

The Red Fern Festival draws its inspiration from the novel “Where the Red Fern Grows,” written by Tahlequah area native Wilson Rawls.

Perry, OK Hopes & Dreams Statue

Hopes & Dreams Statue - This statue is located in Perry, Oklahoma in front of the Noble County Courthouse. Willis Granite crafted the base of the statue, along with the slab extending along the ground. On the front of slab, names of pioneers and homesteaders of the early Noble County are engraved. On the back of the red granite slab, names of frontiersmen, claimstakers, and boomers are listed.

Although Carrie came to Tahlequah long after my childhood, she put my little hometown on the map:) Carrie Underwood graduating from Northeastern State in Tahlequah,OK

This red granite historical marker is 4 miles west of Hollis, Oklahoma on the Oklahoma/Texas border. It marks the 100th meridian, which originally was the boundary between the Republic of Texas and territory in the Louisiana Purchase. Visit to see our other historical markers!