On April 24, 2022, Travis Monuments was honored to help sponsor the Annual Hearts Afire Gala put on by the Sisters of Saint Dominic of Blauvelt, New York. This gala raises money to help the Sisters in their ministry, as well as helps support their aging Sisters who have spent their lives serving those in need.
For over twenty years, the Gala has provided an opportunity for the Sisters of Saint Dominic of Blauvelt to recognize individuals whose lives mirror the compassion and service of their foundress, Mary Ann Sammon.
Teamwork Brings a Vision to Reality to Honor a Unique Request
Travis Monument Group helped the vision of two families come to life with the creation of side by side mausoleums at St. Anthony’s Cemetery. Learn more about how they were able to design and construct these distinct, yet complementary private mausoleums to serve as the final resting place for 20 family members.
The Story Behind the Unique Fatale Private Mausoleum
American Cemetery & Cremation
“More than a dozen years ago, Anthony “Tony” Fatale paid a visit to Travis Monuments with a very special request – he wanted the Nyack, New York-based firm to design a private mausoleum as his final resting place. Patti Martin Bartsche reports…”
In November, 2020, Mount Moor Cemetery reached out to the Oak Hill board for assistance in preserving the historic black burial ground in West Nyack. Luke Conroy had helped with basic maintenance at Mount Moor during his tenure. Specifically, Mount Moor needed a facility to receive and store replacement headstones for Civil War Veterans provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs and support in erecting the monuments. Learn more about our involvement:
“A Memorial Day service held in West Nyack at Mount Moor Cemetery was made all the more memorable, thanks to the efforts of Travis Monuments. The company replaced ten headstones at the black cemetery that was originally dedicated on May 1, 1865, during the closing days of the Civil War.”
$50,000 Investment Will Help Restore Mount Moor Cemetery
Mount Moor Cemetery is undergoing a significant revitalization effort, requiring a large amount of resources and coordination. Travis Monuments was proud to donate the materials and labor to erect all 10 of their new monuments, just in time for their Memorial Day ceremony. Learn more about our involvement:
Our Staff Assist in Repair After Vandals Wreck Local Cemetery
The staff of Travis Monument Group, which consists of Travis Monuments, Putnam County Monuments, Orange County Monuments and Rovelli Monuments, jumped in to lend a helping hand after hearing the sad news that vandals had attacked the Calvary Cemetery located in the town of New Windsor, Orange County and vandalized roughly 70 headstones.
We were able to render aid with the restoration of many highly difficult projects using our specialized equipment and experienced team.
Stunning Six Crypt Mausoleum Featured In Barre Life Magazine
This beautiful, private family mausoleum created by Travis Monument Group was featured on page 39 in the Fall 2019 issue of Barre Life – the Barre Granite Association magazine. Anthony Minozzi was able to help the family achieve their goals with a six crypt private mausoleum, despite having very limited space. This stunning work of art features bas relief sculptures and was created from American Black.