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Posted by Amorette Allison (+10322) 9 years ago
I inherited a couple of watches that I would love to get running again. One is a traditional wind-up and the other a Casio self-winding. Anyone know anyone who fixes old watches?
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Posted by Kelly (+2601) 9 years ago
I'd try Jewelry By Monte.
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Posted by Mrs. M (+719) 9 years ago
I think Joe McNurlin worked or works for Stockhills. I know he does clocks, don't know about watches.
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Posted by gypsykim (+1564) 9 years ago
I second Monte at Jewelry by Monte.
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Posted by Mandi (+360) 9 years ago
Third for Jewelry by Monte!!
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Posted by Frank Hardy (+1436) 9 years ago
Time Warp!

This question sent me flying back in time to the days when I delivered prescriptions for Big Sky Pharmacy in the 70's. There was a great guy who lived on N. Woodbury who did clock and watch repair. I can't remember his name! John something, I think.
Can anyone help? I don't know if he's still there, or even alive, but I would sure love to be able to recall his name.


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Posted by Amorette Allison (+10322) 9 years ago
Johnny Whitbeck. Long gone but still remembered.
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Posted by Frank Hardy (+1436) 9 years ago


FH
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Posted by chevyz71 (+12) 9 years ago
[This message has been edited by chevyz71 (4/3/2011)]
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Posted by Dan Mowry (+1434) 9 years ago
I remember Johnny's little place... kind of like a little Hobbit house with a sign that read "WAtche? repared."

My grandma and I would stop and visit with him whenever she was across the street to get her hair permed.
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Posted by patek philippe (+3) 5 years ago
This post was removed 5 years ago.
It was removed because it was SPAM.
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