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Civic Monuments2018-02-05T20:32:49+00:00

Wakefield World War II Monument carved in Sealmark Grey Granite featuring columns, bronze plaques and victory eagle. This monument was dedicated on November 11, 2011 in Wakefield MA

Swampscott Global War on Terror Monument carved in Barre Vermont Grey Granite in a memo finish with polished African Black granite center tablet, apex top. End posts feature hand etched American Flag on sides, apex top. This monument was dedicated in Swampscott, MA on November 11, 2012

Melrose Korean War Monument. Carved in Jet Black granite with etched portraits of the 6 Melrose, MA residents who lost their life fighting for our country. Dedicated by the citizens of Melrose on May 24, 2015.

Middlesex Sheriff’s Fallen Officers Granite Memorial features a hand etched badge in color, gold leaf lettering on an Absolute Black Granite center tablet with Barre Vermont Grey Granite wings in an all memo finish. This monument was dedicated on May 4, 2011 in Billerica MA.

Swampscott Firefighters Monument featuring a hand sculpted old style fire helmet and hand etched design in color.This custom monument was dedicated in Swampscott, MA on June 19, 2010

Swampscott Desert Shield / Desert Storm Memorial designed in a granite color that represents the desert sand and hot sun our brave soldiers had to endure during Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm. This unique civic memorial was dedicated in Swampscott on November 11, 2009.

This Nahant Police Memorial has a Jet Black granite center and ends, along with custom hand etchings of badge and uniform patches. The wings and base were carved in medium Barre Vermont granite.

This Chelsea World War I Memorial was carved in dark Barre Vermont granite. It has a curved base and four tablets

This Lynn Firefighters Memorial was carved in Jet Black Granite. The center design is an etching of St. Florian standing in front of “The Great Lynn Fire of 1981.” Dedicated in Lynn, MA 2007

Revere Women Veterans World War II Monument. This Barre Granite Memorial Tablet Recognizes and Honors The Many Women Who Served in The Military During The War. Dedicated on September 9, 2012 in Revere, MA.

Suffolk County Sheriff’s Fallen Officers Monument Honoring Those Who Served The Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department. Carved in Barre Vermont Granite in a smooth unpolished steel finish. The center design was done in Belfast Jet Black Granite with a hand etched badge in relief. Dedicated on September 4, 2014 at the Suffolk House of Correction in Boston.

PVT David Tartikoff Monument. This Jet Black Granite Slant Marker Features Four Hand Etched Emblems and Skin Lettering. Re- Dedicated at Tartikoff Park, Malden, MA on November 6, 2013

Saugus War Monuments  These 8 black granite monuments honor Saugus MA veterans who served their country in the following wars and conflicts. The Spanish American War, World War II, Vietnam,  and the Global War on Terror. These civic memorials are located at Saugus Veterans Park, Which is across the street from Riverside Cemetery. Dedicated November 11th 2015

Saugus War Monuments.  These 8 black granite monuments honor veterans of Saugus Massachusetts who served their country in the following wars and conflicts. The Civil War, World War I,  the Korea conflict , Persian Gulf War, and The US invasion of Panama to depose drug lord, Manuel Noriega. Dedicated November 11th 2015

This Barre Granite Monument Recognizes “The Olde Rumney Marsh Burial Ground” Located in Revere, Massachusetts Along With Many People Who Lie Buried Here.

Glendale Park Granite sign made in Barre Vermont Granite. Erected at Glendale Park, Everett – May 2014

This rough block of granite which had been stored behind the DPW headquarters for many years was transformed into a beautiful granite sign.

Lynn’s Veterans Village Bronze Dedication Plaque

POW – MIA Memorial –  Remember those who never came home. Carved in black granite and standing 7′ in overall height. It was dedicated on Sept. 24, 2016 in Everett Memorial Stadium, Everett, MA

Malden Police Monument – Carved in Barre Vermont Granite. The center and wings were carved in polished Jet Black granite featuring hand etchings of the badge, St. Michael and a saluting police officer. This Police Memorial was dedicated on October 22, 2016 in Malden, MA

Melrose World War II Monument - dedicated November 11, 2017

Melrose World War II Monument –  Carved in Barre Vermont Granite. It features some design elements and key symbols from the national monument in Washington, D. C., including a water feature, Atlantic and Pacific wreaths and the “Kilroy was here” symbol engraved on one of the benches.  This monument was dedicated on November 11th, 2017  at the Knoll in Melrose, MA.