Grand Rapids, Caledonia en Byron Center, MI.
RIVERSIDE CNC LLC.
3331 Lousma Dr, SE, Wyoming, Michigan.
Manufacture custom parts to each customer's specifications. From simple to complex geometry, our highly trained staff can solve your manufacturing needs.
Prototype, production or special machine build can be accomodated at our 12,000 square foot facility.
Our lathes are capable of turning, knurling and tapping. If necessary, parts can be completed on one of our 11 vertical machining centers.
We specialize in providing custom details for all manufacturing fields.
Revenue: $ 1 mil. - $ 5 mil.
Employees: 10 - 20.
RIVERSIDE CONTRACTORS INC.
Is a Michigan Domestic Profit Corporation filed on August 1, 1995.
The company's filing status is listed as Active.
The Registered Agent on file for this company is Bryan Roodvoets and is located at 1029 Maynard SW Grand Rapids, MI 49544.
#2010006 - Mar 11 2010: Medical device fixation tool and method of fixation of a medical device within a hollow organ, etc.
Inventors: Randall S. Baker, James A. Foote, Frederick J. Walburn, Peter M. Wilson, Adam I. Lehman and Bryan J. Roodvoets.
#2013012 - May 16 2013: Medical device fixation tool and method of fixation of a medical device within a hollow organ, etc.
Inventors: James A. Foote, Frederick J. Walburn, Peter M. Wilson, Adam I. Lehman and Bryan J. Roodvoets.
GREEN LAKE OWNERS ASSOCIATION.
Board of Directors, 2012:
Rod Alderink - President.
Scott Holkeboer - Vice President.
Dick Post - Treasurer.
Patti Ashack, John Burke, Bryan Roodvoets, Larry Leigh, Marlene Plummer, Ken Napper, Tom Meier, Jeff Berlin, Kara Buursma and Tyce DeBoer - members.
As a young man, Neal Vrooman had a blacksmith shop. He also made rowboats which were much in demand in that era besides doing many other repair jobs. In spring he was in much demand for shearing sheep.
He and his mother lived at 593 Kalamazoo Ave, which was purchased and remodeled by Roger Roodvoets and eventually purchased and torn dow and a new house built by Bryan and Cindy Roodvoets in 2006.
[uit: Green Lake, Caledonia Association News, 2014]
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Roodvoets Bryan: Democrat.
Roodvoets Daniel: Democrat.
Roodvoets Joel: Democrat.
Roodvoets Karen: Democrat.
Roodvoets Philip E.: Democrat.
Roosvoets William: Republican.
[betreft vader van Cindy Rae Kramer]
Mr. Bernard Kramer, aged 75, of Byron Center, passed away unexpectedly Monday, May 24, 1999 and went to be with his Lord.
He served his country with the Navy during World War II.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Siert and Alice Kramer and brother, Wilmer Kramer.
He is survived by his loving wife of 49 years, Clarabell; his children, Larry and Elsa Kramer, Pat and Mike Leatherman, Cindy and Bryan Roodvoets all of Caledonia; ten grandchildren;
his brother and sisters, Rich and Gen Kramer of McBain, Ella and Al VanderSloot of Hudsonville, Sherlene and Jerry Schripsema of Bitley; father-in-law, William and Louise Westra of FL; brother and sisters-in-law, Kathleen and Earl Crystal of Cascade, Maxine
and Jay Schaaf of Wyoming, Eugene and Pat Westra of Caledonia; and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral Services will be held Friday 11 AM from Heritage Christian Reformed Church, with pastor Dale Slings officiating.
Interment Pine Hill Cemetery with military honors performed by Kent County Honor Guard.
Visiting hours Wednesday 7 to 9 PM and Thursday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM from the Byron Center Chapel of the Cook Funeral Home.
Memorial contributions may be left to the American Heart ssociation.
[letterlijke weergave; bron: website Familysearch.org.]
[betreft stiefvader van Cindy Rae Kramer]
Melvin "Bud" Kapteyn, age 88, of Byron Center, went to be with the Lord September 24, 2010.
He was preceded in death by his wife Elizabeth "Betty".
He is survived by his wife, Clare (Kramer),
his children, Sharon (Dan) Elzinga, Randy (Kathy) Kapteyn, Edie (Jay) VerMeer, Jeff (Laura) Kapteyn;
stepchildren, Pat (Mike) Leatherman, Cindy (Bryan) Roodvoets;
grandchildren, Paul Elzinga, Elisabeth (Jim) Knott, Janet (Phil) Doezema, Nathan (Jenny) Elzinga, Jeremy (Michelle) Kapteyn, Deb (Paul) Veldhuis, Naomi (Scott) Marcum, Toni (Ian) Verhey, Brant VerMeer, Alex, Austin, Chase, Marylynn Kapteyn;
step-grandcildren: Steve (Violet) Kramer, Jeff (Ashley) Kramer, Matt (Ashley) Kramer, Troy Leatherman, Kelli (Gary) Dykstra, Chris Leatherman, Sara Leatherman, Taylor, Katie and Landan Roodvoets;
14 great grandchildren and four step-great grandchildren; his sister, Mildred (Franklin) Bouwsma; sister-in-laws and brother-in-laws, Ruth Post, Alice (Minard) Visser, Marion Post, Nelson (Juella) VanDam, Shirley VerBeek and Seth "Jun" Post.
Funeral services will be held 11:00 a.m. Monday at First Christian Reformed Church of Byron Center with Pastors Thomas K. Groelsema and Ron Noorman officiating.
The family will receive relatives and friends Sunday 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. at the Cook Funeral Home, Byron Center 2067 84th and one hour prior to services Monday at church.
The family welcomes memories and messages in their guest book online at: www.cookfuneralservices.com.
Memorial contributions may be made to Byron Center Christian Schools or Faith Hospice at Trillium Woods.
[published in Grand Rapids Press on Sept. 26, 2010; letterlijke weergave]