Aurora Casket Acquires Memorial Stationery Provider Rob-Win Press
AURORA, Ind. — Aurora Casket, the largest family-owned supplier in funeral service has acquired Rob-Win Press, a memorial stationery company based in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
For more than 70 years, Rob-Win Press has printed and manufactured high-quality memorial stationery and register books for funeral professionals across North America.
“Many of the leading funeral service providers offer Rob-Win memorial products to their families,” said Bill Backman III, president of Aurora Casket. “Their reputation for American-made quality products is highly regarded, and this acquisition allows us to offer a broader solution to our funeral home clients. Aurora is singularly committed to funeral service providers and helping them create an honorable closure to every life.”
Aurora will be introducing a full assortment of stationery products later this year. The manufacture and assembly will continue at Rob-Win’s facilities in Pennsylvania. Current Rob-Win customers should continue to contact Rob-Win for orders.
“Aurora is a recognized leader in funeral service and we are extremely excited with the opportunities to expand our offering and distribution to their clients,” said Thomas R. Cook, president of Rob-Win. Cook and Edwin Jarvis purchased the company in 1977 and have introduced many product and technology innovations at Rob-Win, including the broadest offering of the licensed designs of artist Lena Liu.
Founded in 1890, Aurora is the largest family-owned funeral service supplier. Aurora caskets are proudly made in the United States and Canada, with headquarters based in Aurora, Indiana. For more information about Aurora products and services, visit http://www.auroracasket.com.
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