According to a reference contained in the Club’s Bodas de Oro commemorative of 1941, the Executive Committee of the Club headed by their first president, Ignacio Haya, voted on July 22, 1895, to acquire a parcel of land for a cemetery. A commission of the Club arranged for the purchase of the small parcel, measuring 50 feet by 40 feet, in an area then called “Camposanto de Lovengreen” for $50. In 1904, the Club decided to purchase another parcel of land contiguous to the popular cemetery. Later that same year the Club’s Executive Committee decided to accept an offer of sale from an owner of land that was contiguous to the parcel purchased earlier that year. That parcel measured 300 feet by 285 feet which is about 2.0 acres in size. The Ybor Cemetery is listed on the National Registry of Historical Places.
Fabricated and Built 3 Granite Stone Columns
Fabricated and Installed 4 Ornamental Gates
Poured Concrete Ribbons, Curb and Slab
Installed Concrete Benches
Installed Aluminum Edging and Shell for the Pathways
Installed Pervious Concrete Apron
Coatings and Sealants
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Your solution was so original that you received an Award of Merit for Preservation... Your repair and restoration work... has allowed me to brag that since 1915 our 100-year-old building has never been in better shape!
Susan Hill Pieper
Paulding County Carnegie Library
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Greater Bethel M.B. Church, Inc. Trustee Chairman
I can personally attest positively to their bold of handling the efforts involved in attaining very positive results in our restoration process. I was very much pleased.
Samuel J. Hemingway
Liaison, Bethel AME Church
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The Rev. Roy Tuff, Rector
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church and School
The supervision and tradesmen
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Lakeland Terrance Hotel
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Larry D. Clem
Property Manager, Church of the Ascension
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Jim Zinner and Cynthia Morselli
First United Methodist Church, Plant City
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Johnson County Commissioners
William Gabel, John Marr, Charles Kavanaugh
The latest project was a year-long restoration of our brick, mortar, and cast stone. This 97-year-old 60,000+ square foot building demands constant maintenance and the flexibility, knowledge, attention to detail and thoughtful project management that All Trades offers, along with Cassie’s incredible enthusiasm makes a sizable project seem to go smoothly and the building well cared for.
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