Sunday, May 03, 2009

Local Custom Woodcrafter assists in stabilizing endangered cemeteries.


Jason Rice, a gifted local woodcrafter, has become the exclusive woodsman for Resurrection Mission. His talent in creating custom art will be used in making grave markers and other needed wood or stone items, for the numerous cemeteries within Resurrection Mission projects.



One of J&B Custom Woodscraft's grave markers within the "Mars Road" Cemetery. This gravyard was established ca.1870. This is a small Caucacian family cemetery with an estimated 140 graves--90% without headstones. Not less than five War Between the States veterans have now been confirmed buried with this graveyard. More veterans from all American Wars may be re-discovered through R/M detailed analysis of official records.

For more product information or, if you need a wooden grave maker produced, for a fee, please contact J&B Custom Woodcrafts and Laser Etching at - 1-910-938-4478. You can also visit his Weblog by clicking on the link above.

To learn more about Resurrection Mission or, to make a financial donation, click on the link within this article. Lectures pertaining to Resurrection Mission are available within the southeastern region of North Carolina.

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