News & Events

New and improved DeChristopher Brothers

Everyone was up in arms that our site had been blocked by Google and was alarmed when we did not come back up for two weeks. All we can say is, "thank you all for your concern, it really means a lot to us." To answer some questions and put everyones mind at ease, we were hacked. Someone had gained access to our site and put in Malware. Basically this placed ads and redirected our traffic to casinos and other sites. [...]

Gym dedicated in memory of Bensalem teacher

Rob Massaroni A lasting tribute to Rob Massaroni, who died in 2007 just after finishing the Broad Street run. A big influence to his middle school Bensalem students, and a martial arts teacher. The fitness center was dedicated in his honor and DeChristophers was proud to donate the plaque. News coverage and peoples reactions can be seen from WPVI channel 6 news.

2012 Best of…Monuments & Memorials

I am pleased to announce that DeChristopher Bros., Inc. has been selected as a winner of the 2012 Best of Williamstown Award in the Monuments & Memorials category by the US Commerce Association (USCA). I'm sure that your selection as a 2012 Winner is a reflection of the hard work of not only yourself, but of many people that have supported your business and contributed to the subsequent success of your organization. Congratulations on your selection to such an elite [...]

Lafayette & the Battle of Barren Hill: Memorial

A Revolutionary battle that may have turned the tide September 06, 2011 | Original article by Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer Gen. George Washington called it a "timely and handsome" piece of military trickery. More than 230 years later, some still call it "the most spectacular escape" in American history. The little-known Battle of Barren Hill - on which this country's fortunes may have turned - will be recalled Tuesday during rededication of a stone monument on the battlefield in [...]

Vietnam memorial: from Cardinal Dougherty to VFW

Members of Warriors' Watch Riders stand at attention during a ceremony in front of Cardinal Dougherty High School. The school's Vietnam memorial was moved to the nearby VFW. ...It took a work crew 45 minutes Tuesday to remove the two-foot-high marble Vietnam Veterans Memorial from the grounds of Cardinal Dougherty High School in Northeast Philadelphia. The memorial, which honors the 27 Dougherty graduates who died while serving in Vietnam, was then escorted 2.5 miles away by 16 men on motorcycles from [...]

Valley Forge veterans memorial dedication

At Valley Forge Military Academy and College, Stan Wojtusik reviews the memorial he helped to organize. It was installed in 1994. Mr. Wojtusik is the national president of the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge - The Vee-Bob, to men in the ranks - which had 21,000 members when it was founded a generation ago but has only 11,000 today. The group's Delaware Valley chapter has built monuments at Valley Forge Military Academy and College in Wayne and at [...]