In The News
As life in New York’s Hudson Valley slowly returns from sheltering in place to the “new normal,” three local monument companies are doing their part to help families adjust to life after isolation.
Travis Monuments was showcased in the February 2020 blog post by the respected Rock of Ages stone quarry for their effective cleaning and restoration process.
Angela Minozzi connected with a friend of the family that donated the tree for Rockefeller Center. She was so moved by their story, she just had to do something to commemorate it.
Hudson Valley Monument Group was awarded the commission to fabricate this 5’6” tall hand carved sculpture of Christopher Columbus for the Town of Fairfield NJ Recreation Center. Here’s a rendering of how it will look.
Travis Monuments and Rockland Cemetery Gave Hudson River Valley Columbarium Option. See the article from Funeral Home and Cemetery News (NOMIS Publications).
Stunningly appointed with bias relief sculptures, this six crypt American Black private mausoleum was achieved in very little space by Anthony Minozzi of Travis Monuments.
Vandals attached the Calvary cemetery in the town of New Windsor, Orange county New York. Hudson Valley Monument group volunteered to assist in the difficult repairs needed to the damaged memorials.