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About Us

Our Mission

To build our products and people for the glory of God

Galyon Machine Shop started in 1984. Buddy and Marcie Galyon started a small shop in a storefront building and have been working to grow the company ever since. Buddy had a vision to create a small family business for the future of his kids and grandkids. Mitch Galyon became the first full-time employee in 1994. Working alongside his father, they continued growing the company year after year. In 2012 Galyon’s expanded into metal fabrication. We then became Galyon Manufacturing. Today, we have over 40+ employees, and we treat all as family. We have over 125,000 sq ft of manufacturing space. We have become a 3 generation family owned and operated company. We know that Galyon’s has become what it is today with good, honest, and skillful employees. Most of all, we strive daily to serve the Lord and seek his guidance in running our business for His Glory.

Our Team

Verlin (Buddy) Galyon – Owner
Mitch Galyon – CEO
Jackson Smith – Sales Manager
Nick Daniels – Operations Manager
Joe Roberts – Production Manager (FAB)
Matthew Recht -Production Manager (Machine)
Donald Umphrey – Quality Manager
Mitch King – Supply Chain Manager

Vision Statement:

Embolden our team with new concepts while building up our foundation. To be the best supplier for our customers. Be more than just a business, but be a blessing.

Our Core Values:

Determined to Succeed

Guided by our Lord

Building our people in all aspects

Continually improving our company

Service from the Heart


This can vary from job to job, depending on the job’s fixturing, tooling, and volume. We will work with you to hit your deadlines.

No. However, we have a QMS we follow that aligns with ISO guidelines.

We do not have engineers on staff, but we can usually assist in designing parts if needed.

We follow our QMS program. Our employees are trained to inspect various parts throughout manufacturing 100%, and then we do a final inspection before shipment.

We use several methods: LTL, USPS, UPS, FedEx, etc. We also have two full-time drivers.

Steel, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Plastics, Nonferrous Materials, etc.

No, we use local vendors around our area.