Trison Service & Repair opens

When Jacobís Auto Parts, Feed & Farm decided to rename and expand, they leased the repair shop portion of the building to Trison Service & Repair.

The family-owned business ďrepairs trucks, autos and a little of everything elseĒ according to Nathan Johnson, one of the owners. Nathan and his father, Ray Johnson, own the business.

Trison Service & Repair is named for Ray Johnsonís three (tri-) sons who help run the business: Nathan, Justin and Sam. Everyone has a specialty in the business. Nathan runs the repair shop, Ray focuses on trucking, and Justin and Sam work the construction aspect.

Nathan opened the repair shop in October after operating the business in the oil fields in North Dakota. Ray is still operating part of the business in North Dakota. Growing up in the family machine shop spurred Nathanís interest in mechanics.

Trison Service & Repair is open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Info: 267-0256. They are located next to Jacobís Auto Parts, Feed & Farm just south of Three Mile corner.

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