Kedman Company

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it seems that he brought his invention to G. Zahnor Edwards who was running a small company in the same city. Edwards bought the patent and, for reasons I can’t determine, changed the name of his company to Kedman.  Edwards went on to become an inventor in his own right, and served on the board of directors of the Kedman Company until his death in 1990.  The screwdriver design continues to be made by the Quick Wedge Safety Tools company of Woods Cross, Utah, apparently the successor the Kedman firm.

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