Pigeon Telephone Company, located in Pigeon,
Michigan, has a long and rich history of
meeting the telecommunications needs of
the rural communities it serves.
Started in 1908, through the efforts of
a local druggist and county road commissioner
John J. Campbell, serving the town of Pigeon,
the telephone company quick expanded to
the outlying area as farmers strung telephone
lines on fence posts and trees.
Years later, the farmers turned over their
lines to Pigeon Telephone Company.
Today, Pigeon Telephone Company is a locally-
and family-owned business still serving
the Pigeon exchange as well as other Michigan
exchanges in Twining, Alba and Lakes of
the North area.