HeroScaping™ by EP Henry
Our Program Dedicated to Serving Those Who Have Served
For every contractor-installed project using EP Henry
Hardscaping products, EP Henry will make a contribution in your name to one of
the two following military organizations: Fisher House
Foundation and The National Military Family
Here, at EP Henry, Values that Endure™ is our driving force. As
part of our mission and our long history of service and support to
the country and community, EP Henry is dedicated to preserving our
country's priceless heritage monument by monument. We are
proud to have been a partner for numerous projects and we look
forward to continuing to support those who serve our country.
With the successful launch of HeroScaping in 2012, we are
continuing the program for the third consecutive year in 2014.
For every contractor-installed project using EP Henry
Hardscaping products, EP Henry will make a contribution in your
name to one of the two following military organizations: Fisher
House Foundation and The National Military Family
here to find out how you can participate.
Also in 2014, we are going to continue to work in our communities
as a project partner for restoring existing or aiding in the
creation of new monuments/memorials. To nominate a worth project in
your area, please fill out the form.
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Bucks County Global War on Terrorism
The Huey Memorial at the NJ Vietnam Veterans
Memorial and Museum
Vietnam War Veterans Memorial
Rowan University 9/11 Memorial
Air Advisors Memorial
Williamstown Fire Co. #1
Heroscaping Projects in 2014
NJ Honors Vietnam Veterans during Remembrance Day Ceremony
New Jersey Vietnam Veterans' Memorial Foundation to
Unveil Newly Restored Huey Helicopter
On Wednesday, May 7, the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans' Memorial
Foundation will unveil its newly constructed Huey Helicopter Plaza,
the latest EP Henry HeroScaping project, during the annual New
Jersey Vietnam Veterans Remembrance Day ceremony.
The ceremony honors the more than 200,000 New Jersey residents
who served during the war. The Huey, which served two tours in
Vietnam, will be a lasting tribute to the veterans who served
during the Vietnam Era. Click here to read the entire article.
The Bucks County Global War on Terrorism Memorial
Sponsored by Doylestown Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 175, the
memorial will honor the lives of the Armed Forces lost in the war
on terrorism. EP Henry is donating all of the Hardscaping™ products
through its HeroScaping program, the company's Active Military and
Veterans Donation Program.
Read the article here.
HeroScaping Projects in 2013 - EP Henry Giving Back
"Fallen Heroes" Firefighters Memorial
A number of major sponsors donated materials and services to
build the "Fallen Heroes" memorial for the Indian Mills Fire
Company in Shamong, NJ. EP Henry in Woodbury donated pavers and
wall blocks to build the foundation. Superior Landscape and Lawn
Care in Shamong provided labor to install the pavers. Beechwood
Construction, Landscape and Architecture in Southampton desiged the
memorial. Sharpless Surfaces and Surroundings dug the footings and
installed the irrigation system. Click
here to read entire article.
Veteran's Memorial Park, Oak Valley School
The 10-acre park is situated on land donated to the township by
the Deptford school board in 2011. It includes a walking path and
monuments for each branch of the armed forces. Materials were
donated by hard-scaping manufacturer EP Henry, and much of the
labor that went into putting the park together was
volunteer-driven. The highlight of the park is a special monument
designed by artist and Deptford resident Frank Seder, who donated
his time to the project.
Read article here.
Independent Fire Company No. 1 in Burlington
Will Hope and Sons in Burlington City designed and built the
monument. Bailey Landscape Services in Delran designed and
installed the brick pavers that will be used for memorial tributes.
E.P. Henry donated materials as part of its Heroscaping Active
Military and Veterans Donation Program. Read article here.
SSG Sean M. Flannery Memorial
The SSG Sean M. Flannery Memorial was built in honor of Army
Staff Sgt. Sean Flannery, a Wyomissing native killed while trying
to save a fellow soldier in Afghanistan. Built at Wyomissing High
School's soccer field, where Flannery spent much of his high school
days, the Hardscaping was donated by EP Henry. This spring, along
with EP Henry Authorized Hardscaping Contractor, Anewalt's
Landscape, EP Henry contributed to the sprucing up of the memorial
with mulch, plantings and more.
CPL Matthew Hanes Project
On June 23, 2012 United States Army Corporal Matthew Hanes was
critically wounded in Afghanistan. Two vertebrae shattered, leaving
him with limited use of his upper body and no use of his lower
extremities. He arrived at Walter Reed National Military Medical
Center on his twenty first birthday, June 27th, where his family
was waiting to greet him. After spending thirty five days in
critical care at the medical center, he was transferred to James A.
Haley Veterans' Hospital, one of the nation's leading spinal cord
injury rehabilitation centers, in Tampa, FL. His family has been
working tirelessly to ensure that at least one family member is by
his side every day to support him in the long journey that lies
ahead. EP Henry has contributed to his cause by donating the Cast
Veneer Stone and Joe Nardo of Private Paradise donated his labor to
transform his home exterior.
New Hope Eagle Fire Company Memorial
The Eagle Fire Company Fallen Firefighters and First Responders
Memorial consists of two columnar trees that represent the twin
towers. The trees and a steel girder from the towers will be
illuminated at night and will point to the exact direction of lower
Manhattan. Inscriptions on the girder will honor the number of
firefighters, first responders and volunteers that perished in the
line of duty on 9/11. EP Henry donated pavers and Professional
Landscape Services provided all of the plant material, stone,
mulch, supplies and labor for the installation. A dedication
ceremony was held on May 11, 2013.
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