The Weiss Sheet Metal 50th anniversary celebration, held April 24 at their Avon, MA facility, drew a large crowd of clients, local and state officials, employees, and friends. Shown in the photo, left to right: Avon Board of Selectman Chairman Frank Hegarty, Avon Selectman Robert Brady, State Senator Brian Joyce, Weiss Sheet Metal owners Brian DeLano and Wayne DeLano, Bob Costa, President of the Avon Industrial Park Association, and Alison Van Dam, Vice – President, Metro South Chamber of Commerce. Weiss Sheet Metal received proclamations from the Massachusetts House of Representatives, Massachusetts State Senate, and the Metro South Chamber of Commerce, commending the company and its principals on its years of service to the economy and the region.
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Avon, MA – Weiss Sheet Metal, a second-generation, privately held family business which provides customized metal fabrication work for architectural, commercial and residential use, recently celebrated its 50th anniversary in business with a special ceremony that took a look back, and also a look ahead...
State Representative William Galvin (left) presents commendation from the Massachusetts House of Representatives to Weiss Sheet Metal principals Brian DeLano and Wayne DeLano. Representative Galvin commended the company on its commitment to the economy and its 50 years of continuous service.
When the producers of the movie Julie & Julia wanted to replicate Julia Child's kitchen, Weiss was contacted for the stainless steel work. Attention to detail was critical. After all, the original kitchen can be seen in the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC. Millions of people have viewed Julia's kitchen since it's installation in 2001 so the set designers wanted accuracy! Weiss Sheet Metal has excelled at making the designer's visions a reality. Whether you are an architect, an interior decorator, or a home owner, Weiss will meet with you and work diligently to bring your dreams to life.
Ellen and Michael's home is 16 miles off the coast of Massachusetts in Edgartown, MA . . .
Weiss is a proud sponsor of the stock car owned by family member Ron Lum, step-brother of Wayne DeLano and cousin of Brian. The car can be seen around New England and has competed predominately at the Seekonk Speedway in Seekonk, Massachusetts where Ron has won event's with this vehicle. A real family hobby, Weiss has donated parts and materials, and Ron works on the vehicle and drives.