M&W Butane Gas Co. helps keep county warm for four decades
AMORY – Since 1972, M&W Butane Gas Co. has served the gas needs of communities from Brooksville to Guntown.
“Our market is mostly out in the rural areas,” said longtime employee Chuck Clement.
Clement has been at M&W for the past 25 years and is the son of owner Charles Clement, who bought M&W from Harry Morrow and Johnny Wiygul in 1976.
The Clements operate M&W locations in Amory, Columbus, Shannon and Fulton and provide a number of services.
“We do everything from helping customers with getting their grill cylinders refilled, selling and renting tanks and providing the gas for those tanks,” Chuck said.
M&W also sells appliances and air conditioners.
Nationally certified employees handle everything from heater installation to running gas lines.
Throughout the years, advances in technology have had a big impact on M&W.
“It’s made deliveries much more efficient,” Chuck said.
However, some things haven’t changed in that M&W is still a family business.
“I have been here since I was real young. Now my son is 15 and he spends a lot of time here too,” Charles said.
Name: M&W Butane Gas Co.
Address: 201 Dill St., Amory
Owner: Charles Clement
Date opened: 1972
Number of employees: 23
Hours: M – F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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