Sign, sign ... everywhere a sign
Kenny Stoner perfects 'a dying profession'
Kenny Stoner hasn't attended very many quilting bees in his time ... and chances are, he won't be going to many in the future.
The well-known owner of Princeton's Stoner Signs said whenever he didn't really want to tackle a job, he'd jokingly tell the potential customer, "I'm busy. I'm going to a quilting bee."
Stoner smiles sheepishly as he tells that story, but in reality, it doesn't appear he's had to use that line very often. Stoner's signs and other pieces of artwork canvas the countryside ... and the country. Working out of his West Peru Street shop with his wife, Gail, and his greeting committee — chocolate lab Mocha and Frosty the cat, Stoner's artwork has become legendary to countless customers who appreciate the local artist's expertise, his artistic eye and his tireless work ethic.
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