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Originally from Lewistown, Montana, Crucible president Tyson Holland has always been passionate about art, design and entrepreneurship. Through his college education at the University of Montana - Western he expanded into graphic design and glassblowing. In subsequent years, he gained experience in the construction and welding fields, giving him the skills to physically create his artistic inspirations.
Dan McDonald was raised in Columbus Montana. He has a background in construction and made a career change to welding a little over three years ago. Dan believes that a deep level of satisfaction can be gained through creating things of value and quality with one's own two hands.
Philip Munson was born and raised in Anaconda, Montana, and considers himself a builder, tinkerer and all around idea man. Phil is passionate about creativity and quality.
First Member Owner
Jeff Robinson is a 5th generation Montanan. His grandfather, Jay Nelson, and his friends started Vigilante Rural Electric Co-op, one of the first electric co-ops in Montana. This influence instilled in him the importance of a cooperative mentality in contrast to a corporate structure based solely on the bottom line. The cooperative business model gives him the opportunity to focus on what is most important, which are his family and friends.