Nebraska’s Crossmakers have global impact

With Easter approaching, not many Seward, Neb., businesses are busier than one called “Crossmakers.” NewsNetNebraska’s Evan Reeder explains the driving force behind what many say is a heavenly business.

5 Responses

  1. Pastor Duane Holst says:

    These look very neat! Can you send us information on cost per cross and any other information about the crosses that you send out? Thank you.

  2. Carol Miiller Reddekopp says:

    When my mother passed away in 2012, my sisters and I purchased crosses for each of Mom’s grandchildren and their spouses, and for each of Mom’s great grandchildren. The total came to about 34 crosses. It was amazing how the children cherished these crosses and had them at the funeral. At that time the Crossmaker’s workshop was across the street from Mom in the garage of one of the men. A couple of years earlier Mom had found out about the crosses from a family friend…Pee Wee Schulz. Mom’s cross was always in her purse, just like mine has been since receiving it. I’ve given them to many friends/co-workers at various times. Just last week I sent one to a co-worker going through cancer treatments. They are a labor of love. Thank you, Crossmakers, for sharing your talents.

  3. Pat jackson says:

    Please tell me how I can order some of these wonderful crosses. Imagine my surprise when I saw Pee Wee Schulz. He is my daughter in law’s uncle. Marti’s dad is Dick Schulz. Talk about small world. Thank you for your help.
    Pat Jackson

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