October Program - "How to Restore on a Shoestring" - Historic Prospect Hill Cemetery, York PA

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Location: Historic Prospect Hill Cemetery, 700 N. George Street, York, PA 17404

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October Program - "How to Restore on a Shoestring" - Historic Prospect Hill Cemetery


Topic: "How to Restore on a Shoestring"


Location: Historic Prospect Hill Cemetery

700 N. George Street

York, PA 17404


Parking: Park at Stable Building (look for directional signage and/or parking attendant). Due to limited parking, carpooling is encouraged!


Date/Time: Wednesday, October 25, 2017

11:30am-noon Registration/Networking/Lunch

Noon-12:15pm IFMA Business

12:15pm-1:30pm Presentation

Program: Prospect Hill Cemetery is located at 700 North George Street  near historic downtown York, PA.  It is comprised of 170 acres with over 60 acres of property still to be developed.   

Founded in 1849,  Prospect Hill  is much more than a cemetery, it is a place of beauty and special remembrance for our community.   Historically it is a protected and honored final resting place of American patriots including Philip Livingston, a signer of the Declaration of Independence.   

Flag displays and memorials placed in the cemetery landscape honor those who have served our nation.  The Court Of Valor monument  is a granite structure standing 13' tall and 11" wide.   A piece of steel from the World Trade Center weighing 3,000 pounds  and measuring 9' 11"  in length rests perfectly at the top of the monument..  Names of those who have been awarded valor medals are inscribed into the monument at no cost.    The Fallen Heroes Memorial encases a state-of-the-art 42" digital monitor that allows visitors to view information about our Fallen Heroes.  It is the hope of the cemetery that visitors will begin to capture a sense of the sacrifice families have made and to be an effective way to honor and remember. 

Find out how the proprietor and staff get creative in order to maintain and care for 170 acres of unique property on a shoestring budget.   

An escorted tour of the grounds is available.    An open air tram is provided for the tour, you may want to bring a jacket. TOUR IS LIMITED TO 24 PARTICIPANTS. Please email Lauren Leipziger at lleipzig@paturnpike.com to be added to the tour roster.


Registration open until noon on October 23, 2017

RSVP By October 23, 2017

RSVP by October 23, 2017 at noon

Any questions or special requests contact:

President, Lauren Leipziger, at 215-801-8472 (Cell), or email lleipzig@paturnpike.com

Secretary, Kristan Trusky, at 484-666-1188 (Cell), or email ktrusky@aafintl.com

Please note that all attendees must RSVP to complete the necessary lunch and room arrangements. Please help us make the presentation materials, seats, and food preparations adequate by giving us advance notice of your intention to attend. Failing to RSVP could restrict our lunch availability to those who did not RSVP in a timely manner.

Thank you! Your cooperation is greatly appreciated!


The Central PA Chapter of IFMA's mission is to provide value to its membership. As we seek to provide benefits to our membership, we rely on sponsorship from our members' companies.

Throughout the years many of you have contributed quite generously to support the chapter's efforts. These efforts have been greatly appreciated and allowed the Chapter to grow and strenghten the benefits offered to members.