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St. Mary's Cemetery Maintenance Endowment

At a Glance

  • modernization of the plot map with metal markers
  • placement of St. Mary's bell at entrance
  • elegant gated entry and landscaping

About Us

In 2018 a parishioner of St. Mary's provided a donation to the Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque and Community Foundation of Jackson County to establish an endowment to benefit the St. Mary's Cemetery. Our hope is to build this fund and to build the perpetual care funds for generations to come. St. Mary's needs your help. Please consider supporting our prairie cemetery and restful haven on a peaceful hilltop surrounded by fields of grain.


We the family, friends and caretakers of the St. Mary's Bryant Cemetery are dedicated to continuing care and beautification of our prairie cemetery. Our purpose is to receive, hold and invest donations and property for the betterment and improvement of ou

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Roberta Naeve, Jeanne Seyller, Mary Smith, Todd Randolph, LuAnn Farrell & Denise Schroeder

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Success Story

St. Mary's bell was removed from the steeple of our Prairie Church.  Cast in 1890, she weighs 1570 pounds and has been preserved to honor the memories of all those who worshiped and heard her toll on this beautiful hilltop surrounded by fields of grain.

Fund Details

Fund Name

St. Mary's Cemetery Maintenance Endowment

Year Founded


Here for you. Lori Loch Executive Director, Community Foundation of Jackson County 563-588-2700
700 Locust St., Ste. 195, Dubuque, IA 52001

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St. Mary's Cemetery Maintenance Endowment