Mack Infinger had polio, but he didn’t let that stop him from completing watchmakers school and in 1953, he and his wife, Helen, opened Infinger’s Jewelry. Starting off with a focus on watch repair and a modest selection of jewelry, Mack focused on providing his customers with quality repairs and excellent customer service. Unfortunately he passed away unexpectedly at the age of 39. Helen, with 2 young girls under the age of 10, determined to succeed and see her and her late husband’s dream come true. Helen worked hard to provide her customers with the same excellent service they were use to and expanded the jewelry selection they offered. At the age of 86, Helen can still be found in the store helping customers. Today Infinger’s has grown to be a full service jewelry store offering a large selection of gold, diamond, platinum, and silver jewelry. Infinger’s also offers onsite custom design and jewelry and restoration service by Mack Thomas, youngest grandson of Mack and Helen.