Jack of All Trades, a business specializing in appliances, antiques and collectables, opened its doors at 41 Crim Avenue in Belington with a ribbon-cutting on Saturday, November 11th

Photographed cutting the ribbon were Belington City Council members and friends including, from left, council member Dana Booth, Pam and Art Dodds, Brenda Lantz, Luca Corley, Mayor Cheri Sturm, owners Eddie Murphy and Kelly Povroznik, Rebel and Christopher Cobb, and city council member Billie Jean Hunt.  Not pictured were Christian Stalnaker and Doug Knight.

Jack of All Trades may be reached at (304) 203-9365, by mail at Post Office Box 122 in Belington,  or by E-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Owner William E. Murphy is a Business graduate of West Virginia University, Fairmont State University, and Washington Irving High School.  He was a member of the United States Marine Corps Band from which service he received an honorable discharge.  He was a licensed insurance representative and owner of Delancy Tree, and owner of Ace of Spades, Inc., a combined insurance company.  “We are a veterans preferred company and offer discounts and warranties”, he said.