3300 North Market Street • Wilmington, Delaware 19802

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

We are grateful to companies and individuals who have generously donated their expertise to FHRC.
These Key Partners are critical to fulfilling our mission!   

 

KERNS BROTHERS TREE SERVICE

John Kerns


With gratitude for

the donation of

professional tree

care (2008-2015)

and development

of a master tree

inventory and multi- year management plan.

BANK OF AMERICA DELAWARE


Volunteers bring holiday spirit to Riverview Cemetery every year since 2012! This annual event is a lot of fun as materials are assembled inside the Community Mausoleum where custom-made holiday wreaths are created using recycled and natural materials. The purchase of these wreaths supports the Capital Campaign. 

MICHAEL F. BONKOWSKI, ESQ.


His professional pro bono counsel from

2007 - 2009 in representing our ancestors made it possible for us to reclaim and revitalize our beloved cemetery.

JOHN W. PAULEY MEMORIAL COMPANY
John Pauley

Through his pro bono support, Riverview
Cemetery has been able to order and install
new and replacement government grave
markers for Civil War veterans.
STATE SENATOR
Margaret Rose Henry


Senator Henry sponsored legislation that created the Distressed Cemetery Fund
to support all cemeteries
in Delaware.
She created a Task Force to learn about
Delaware cemeteries because of Riverview. 
GRAYDIE WELDING INC.
Brian Bachman

Gratitude for creative design work,
and welding skills that made a
significant contribution to the
restoration and preservation of
the 1917 Community Mausoleum
.
TERRI  SANGINITI
The News Journal

Terri has provided many years of excellent reporting and has helped make people aware of Riverview's troubles and triumphs.


ABHA ARCHITECTS

Thomas Higley


Tom's expertise and guid- ance resulted in a workable floor plan to convert the chapel into the Riverview Cemetery Visitor & Inform- ation Center.

PLUMMER COMMUNITY & CORRECTION CENTER

New Castle County Community Correction Centers
have been a Key Partner and good neighbor to River-
view Cemetery since 2008. The FHRC Board of
Directors presented awards in 2010 and 2012 to the Plummer Community and Correction Center for out-
standing leadership by the warden and officers and
great teamwork by the work crews. Grass cutting,
trimming around monuments, and trash pick-up
remain a significant community service.