Mike Moore was a longtime friend of Eastern Memorials. During his lifetime he owned and managed cemeteries and even monument companies as well. Over the years, he has also served as a personal mentor to many of us at Eastern Memorials.
Eastern Memorials has had the privilege of designing and fabricating the mausoleum for John Brademas.Brademas served in the United States House of Representatives from the 3rd District of Indiana from 1959 to 1981.
All of us at Eastern Memorials LLC are proud and excited to announce that our business manager Ms. Sarah Walter has passed the exam and become a Certified Memorialist. She earned her certification through Monument Builders of North America (MBNA).
Our Production Manager, Damian, attended Shape Carving School this weekend in South Carolina. There he furthered his education and improved his skills in stone carving so we may continue to provide the highest quality memorials to the families we serve. Great job, Damian!
Each employee of Eastern Memorials has successfully completed a Silica Awareness Training Course. Silica is a naturally occurring mineral which can be found in many things, including granite and other stones that we work with on a daily basis.
Eastern Memorials designed and produced the James Wren memorial along with several other historical memorials for the recently restored Wren-Darne Family Cemetery. This article from the Washington Post has details talks about those memorials.
We are excited to announce that our Production Manager, Damian, has welcomed a new addition to his family. Mateo Arian Enriquez was born on June 27, 2018 and is settling in well at home with Damian, his wife and two children. Congratulations to the Enriquez family.
It is a privilege to fabricate the Mausoleum for Congressman John Brademas at Historic Congressional Cemetery.
Thank you to everyone who came out to our Toys for Tots Art Show.
Eastern Memorials participated in the annual Toys for Tots Parade in Manassas. We won the award for Best Float!
The Prince William County Sheriff’s Office in partnership with Woodbine Baptist Church provided a final resting place for 41 citizens at Woodbine Cemetery in Manassas, VA on Tuesday, June 7, 2016.
Mother of our Founder owner (Andy Del Gallo) passed peacefully on to Jesus Christ, this morning. She was surrounded by her children who have been with her 24/7 since Saturday morning and for weeks and months prior holding her up as she had done for them all these years.
On October 12, 2013 our Business Manager, Mrs. Sarah Walter, got married. We wish Sarah and Austin a happy life ahead.
Eastern Memorials designed monument for “Do” Family has been selected as the Best Ethnic Memorial by Monument Builders of North America (MBNA) for its Unique Design, motivation and creative impulse behind the design.
Eastern Memorials is hosting an “Ice Cream Social” event. On Sunday, August 18, 2013 we are collecting Canned/Dry Food and School Supplies for the needy children of Manassas. Eastern Memorials will match donations up to $1,000 !!
Eastern Memorials donated Toys to “Children National Medical Center” at Washington, D.C. (see the letter of thanks below)
We at Eastern Memorials realize that state of the art IT system can reshape the value we can deliver to our customers through richer and more innovative services
Cooper Stroh, age 17, kneels beside a stone marker engraved courtesy of Eastern Memorials. The stone commemorates the completion of his Eagle Project, a deer exclosure completed for the Bull Run Mountains Conservancy in Broad Run VA.
Andy Del Gallo in early 2011 had carved on Minneapolis City Hall with his assistant Hernan Caceres to restore this century old building. The project was submitted to “Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Commission” and has won the HPC Award in 2012.
Botkin Sign Company has been a familiar sight in Downtown Manassas for the past 59 years. As all good things must come to an end, Botkin closed its doors in 2011 due to the illness and subsequent passing of the owner, Jerry Botkin.
San Diego, California — Eastern Memorials in Manassas, VA won the Best Hand Carved Memorial award in Monument Builders of North America’s (MBNA) 2012 Design Contest at its recent Joint Annual
Eastern Memorials participated in the Greater Manassas Christmas Parade in December 2011 with a float they made in order to gain recognition for their annual Toys for Tots collection. They won 3rd place for their unique float!
Eastern Memorials donated a memorial to Bosco Center in the memory of Miguel Hernandez, who was killed senselessly while walking home from school in November 2010.Miguel was a student at Osbourn High School in Manassas, VA
Eastern Memorials, like every year, participated in massive toy drive Christmas Parade of Toys for Tots to collect toys and to increase awareness in the general public that Eastern Memorials is the MAIN drop off center in the city of Manassas.