Posted by Marion Body Works on (April 21, 2020)

Marion Body Works Shows Support to Local Food Pantries

Marion Body Works is offering financial support to local food pantries amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.  President and CEO, Curtis Ignacio, is eager to express appreciation to some local establishments that are directly providing essentials for families in need during these tough times.

“I have always taken pride in Marion Body Works’ commitment to Marion and the surrounding communities.  Now, more than ever, those communities need our support. Owners, Lynne Simpson, Nancy Ignacio, and I are proud to announce that Marion Body Works will be making a $1,500 donation split equally between the Marion, Clintonville and Manawa food pantries.  We are all in this together and I cannot say it enough – thank you.”

Marion Body Works, a manufacturer of fire and emergency apparatus, commercial truck bodies, custom cabs, and defense vehicles, has been deemed an essential business and therefore remains open during this time.  With the health and safety of it’s team members and customers at the forefront, Marion Body Works is committed to delivering excellence just as they have done for the past 115 years. With nearly 300 employees born and raised in the adjacent cities and towns, Marion Body Works is determined to uphold their community-focused mindset for many years to come. 


About Marion Body Works

Marion Body Works manufactures Fire & Emergency Apparatus, Commercial Truck Bodies, Aluminum Custom Cabs, Custom Engineered Vehicles, and Defense Products for customers across the country. Marion has been privately owned, family operated, and continuously operated in Marion since they were founded in 1905. Marion specializes in all aluminum products, with more experience in this area than any other U.S. manufacturer. The company’s capabilities include aluminum and steel fabrication, welding, plumbing, foam insulation, hydraulics, electrical and electronic controls, and painting.