Intri-Cut Tool Co. marks 25th year in business

Intri-Cut Tool Co., of Roanoke, has been selected as Business of the Month for November by the Huntington County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors. Celebrating the occasion are (front, from left) Terry Miller, JoDean Knowles and Staci Mathias, all Chamber Ambassadors; and J.B. Hoy, Cameron Hoy, Trent Lehman and Nolan Williams, all of Intri-Cut; and (back, from left) Scott Hammel, Roger Lauer, Vaughn Fuhrmann and Justin Whaley, all of Intri-Cut.
Intri-Cut Tool Co., of Roanoke, has been selected as Business of the Month for November by the Huntington County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors. Celebrating the occasion are (front, from left) Terry Miller, JoDean Knowles and Staci Mathias, all Chamber Ambassadors; and J.B. Hoy, Cameron Hoy, Trent Lehman and Nolan Williams, all of Intri-Cut; and (back, from left) Scott Hammel, Roger Lauer, Vaughn Fuhrmann and Justin Whaley, all of Intri-Cut. Photo by Cindy Klepper.

A family-owned business celebrating its 25th year has been selected as Business of the Month for November by the Huntington County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors.

Intri-Cut Tool Co. marks its 25th anniversary on Nov. 2. It was founded by J.B. Hoy and Hoy’s brother-in-law, Trent Leh-man, joined him a year later. The two are now partners in the business.

From its beginnings in Hoy’s garage, the company moved into Roanoke and operated on Third Street and then downtown before moving to its current location on CR 900N just outside of Roanoke in December of 2005.

The tool and die company serves customers in the automotive, aerospace, medical, industrial and other businesses, creating precision prototypes, components and molds in both single quantities and small production runs.