About Woodruff's Downriver Stone Design
The experts at Woodruff's Downriver Stone Design promise to deliver Experience, Trust, and Value. The building at 2836 Biddle Avenue in Wyandotte originally served as an office for attorney Ari Woodruff. In 1920, a monument business was started by Tom Woodruff's maternal grandfather, John Raubar, in Detroit. The Wyandotte branch of Raubar Granite opened on Biddle Avenue in 1949 and named the Woodruff Monument Company.
OwnerTom Woodruff renamed the company in 2003 to merge the Woodruff Monument Company with the countertop and cabinetry division and then again in 2018 to add the family name. Woodruff's Downriver Stone Design remains family-owned and operated for three generations. The members of the Woodruff family are proud to be business owners in Wyandotte for the past 100 years.
About Tom Woodruff
Stonecutter Tom Woodruff apprenticed with his father and grandfather, and has won several design awards. He is a member of Michigan Monument Builders, The American Legion, and Veterans of Foreign Wars. Tom serves on the board for the State of Michigan’s Veteran Trust, and is a Mason and a Shriner. Tom also served as the City of Wyandotte Tax Assessor. He belongs to Wyandotte Rotary, and is a member of the Salvation Army Advisory Committee. Tom is a respected Wyandotte business owner, and participates frequently in community events. You will see many examples of Woodruff's Downriver Stone Design work in Wyandotte, including the Purple Heart Memorial, the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial, the WWII Veteran’s monument, and at the display area garden at their store.