Civic & Municipal Designs

Connecticut State Civil War Memorial
(Ninth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers)

Civic & Municipal Designs - Connecticut State Civil War Memorial

Situated at the Vicksburg National Military Park near Delta, Louisiana, the monument is sculpted of polished green and black granites and rests on a concrete plaza showing the outline of the state of Connecticut. Two black granite benches are at either end of the monument. Through the artistry of Stacy Mathieu, the monument depicts etched photos of members of the Ninth Regiment, and scenes of their participation in the Campaign for Vicksburg. The memorial was dedicated on October 14, 2008. For more information on the Ninth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers and the project, click on the following links:
www.nps.gov/vick/historyculture/connecticut-state-memorial.htm
www.jimlarkin.com/9thRegiment/9thRegimentHome.htm

War Veterans Memorial Bronze Plaque

Civic & Municipal Designs - War Veterans Memorial Bronze Plaque

This bronze memorial is dedicated to men and women of Southington, CT who served in our Armed Forces. It is located at the Veterans Memorial on the Southington Town Green and was dedicated on Nov. 11, 2009.

Edward Jones/Rails To Trails Monument

To honor the opening of Edward Jones 10,000th office, located in Southington, this black granite obelisk was installed on the Plantsville, CT section of the Rails to Trails path. A map of the path, hand-etched by Stacy Mathieu, is on the front of the piece.

9/11 Memorial

Civic & Municipal Designs - 9/11 Memorial

Located on the Rails to Trails path in Plantsville, CT, this memorial is dedicated to the victims of the 9/11 attacks in New York, Pennsylvania, and at the Pentagon. The World Trade Center Towers are represented by two slabs of Barre Grey granite.

Lourdes in Litchfield Shrine’s Way of the Cross

Civic & Municipal Designs - Lourdes in Litchfield Shrine’s Way of the Cross

Mathieu Memorials was commissioned to replace the original bases along the Way of the Cross at the Lourdes Shrine in Litchfield, CT. The original bases were deteriorating rapidly. The statue at each station was carefully removed and the original bases were replaced with new grey granite pedestals.

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