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USS THRESHER (SSN 593) MEMORIALS

- TOWN of KITTERY, MAINE

USS THRESHER MEMORIALS
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Kittery Rotary AfterHours

Lang's Landscape Service prepares for the installation of the USS Thresher Courtyard in the Kittery Circle of Honor in Memorial Park adjacent to the Kittery Town Hall including (from left to right) Peter, Martin, Mathew and their father, Walter Lang.

The 24’ x 24’ Courtyard features the grey architectural pavers and granite stones with engraved donors' names or remembrances, two granite benches and surrounding landscaping.



Walter and Mathew Lang planning for the installation 

of the USS Thresher Memorial Courtyard.



Mathew Lang surveying and measuring for the installation

of the USS Thresher Memorial.


D. Allan Kerr and Thomas Berger, sculptor, with Green Art in Kittery, Maine and 

donor of a granite stone replica of the USS Thresher, prepare for its placement

above the USS Thresher Memorial Plaque.



Gerald Mylroie and D. Allan Kerr plan for the installation of the 

USS Thresher Memorial Plaque at the Kittery Circle of Honor in Memorial Park 

adjacent to the Kittery Town Hall, November 16, 2013.