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Jacob was known for leaving his Lego bricks all over the house. This memorial was designed as a tribute to that. Built to look like it was assembled from all the random bricks that would be scattered about the floor. Additionally, the name on the back was in his hand writting. He wrote it just a week or so prior to his passing.
College Station City Cemetery
College Station, TX
Award winning design
First place 2015 AICA Single Monument
MBNA Best small monument
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Jacob was known for leaving his Lego bricks all over the house. This memorial was designed as a tribute to that. Built to look like it was assembled from all the random bricks that would be scattered about the floor.
College Station Memorial Cemetery
College Station Memorial Cemetery,
Elizabeth Lutheran Cemetery
North Zulch, TX
Babyland College Station City Cemetery
Custom Memorial Sculpture
Mt. Calvary Cemetery
1st Place People Choice Award
Southern Monument Builders Association
This design was inspired by James Avery's Mother's Love pendant.
This monument was a stone that we donated to the Goforth family after the slain officer's passing. We did this to honor all of our LEOs (Law Enforcement Officers) who serve and protect us every day. May God Bless them and their families.
2018 Best in Show, Southern Monument Builders Association, Companion monument
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William "Iron Bill" Dowling
Wellborn Community Cemetery
Red Top Cemetery
Watson Copyright 2018
First Place - Etched Memorials
American Institute of Commemorative Art
First Place - Etched Memorial
It was a honor to design and build this memorial bench. It isn't often that a Memorialist gets to build a monument for a fellow Memorialist. This happened to be for one who retired and sold their business and then moved to College Station.
College Station, TX
Steep Hollow Cemetery
Kathleen was Tony's grandmother. Known as Kathy to her friends. She loved on everyone and made sure everyone was fed. This monument was made in Salsbury Pink since pink was her favorite color. it was made to look like an old style raised bevel marker. Traditional bevel markers are usually 6-8" thick. This one was 1'-8" thick. The flowers were left raised as a symbol to the gardens she kept. But this garden represents more, as there is a flower for each of the loved ones she left.
If you are every in the Sheridan area, Please stop by and leave a penny for Tony and his family. The penny represents that someone has been there and cared for her.
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Christ Lutheran Church Cemetery
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Odd Fellows Cemetery
Clayton Baptist Church Cemetery
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St. Stanislaus Catholic Cemetery
Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery