The Divine Mercy Funeral Home at Catholic Cemetery had a type of ceremonial “topping out” as three fiberglass crosses were installed on the north side of the building, which faces Lake Avenue. To learn more about the event, please see the local newspaper article here: Crosses Installed on Divine Mercy Funeral Home at Catholic Cemetery
Grinsfelder Associates would like to welcome Kevin O’Brien and Jacob Chavez to our office. They will be interning with us for the summer.
Kevin recently graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture from Andrews University; he will be returning this fall to complete his Masters Degree.
Jacob will be entering his fourth year of studies at Ball State University this fall in the College of Architecture and Planning.
We’re thrilled to have Kevin and Jacob join our team and look forward to a fun-filled summer!
Join us for the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Divine Mercy Funeral Home at Catholic Cemetery on Tuesday, February 28 at 10:30 a.m. Find out more about the facility in the News Sentinel article below.
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We’re pleased to announce our 7th annual custom Holiday Card! This year’s card features the new Peggy F. Murphy Community Grief Center at Visiting Nurse.
For more than 125 years, Visiting Nurse has been providing healthcare to those in our community affected by serious illness. Grinsfelder Associates Architects was pleased to work with Visiting Nurse on the design and construction of the new Peggy F. Murphy Community Grief Center. Located on a site immediately adjacent to the Visiting Nurse Hospice Home, the building and site were designed with the goal of developing a recognizable Visiting Nurse campus. In addition to providing space for both individual and group counseling, the grief center includes two interior water features, a sunroom, an accessible vegetated green roof, office space, two kitchens, and two large meeting rooms.
To see some of our previous custom Holiday Cards, visit our Holiday Card page.
On Saturday night, the Riddler made an appearance at the Tucker’s annual Halloween party. Great fun was had by all. Special thanks to the Tuckers for another great gathering.
BONUS: Pictures of the completed project at the Tucker’s residence will be coming soon!
Grinsfelder Associates is pleased to announce that we are working with the Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend on a new Catholic funeral home to be located at the Catholic Cemetery in Fort Wayne. Construction should begin in the spring of 2017.
Tom Farny and Bill Carr were thrilled to join the Allen County SPCA for Growl at the Moon on Saturday, October 15. Fun was had by all, and money was raised for the important cause that the Allen County SPCA tirelessly pursues. Sorry though – there was no singing by either Tom or Bill – maybe next year!