Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, custom brass monument at the campus center. At Statue Sculptures we were commissioned to make a custom bronze statue of the TriBeta honor key mounted on a triangular cement base with a bronze commemorative plaque including complete installation at the campus center of Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles for their Beta Beta Beta biological honors society California Chapter. TriBeta is a nationally recognized organization and being affiliated with them carries weight when applying to grad school, a job, or medical school. Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) is a biological honors society for undergraduate students, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research.
This custom designed TriBeta Sorority Shield monument consists of a cement base made slightly angled with a plaque commenting the monument with a bronze reading: Beta Beta Beta biological honors society, California Epsilon Delta Chapter charted in the fall of 1999. on top of the cement base we placed the TriBeta? honor key which is a bronze statue (with inlaid metallic black) with the unique Beta Beta Beta three dimensional design. The TriBeta? honor key was made 47 inches tall with the over all impressive height of the monument at 77 inches. The TriBeta honor key monument project took about eight weeks to complete including the design working with Shannon L. Donovan with the Biology Honor Society Loyola Marymount University and our craftsmen to create this unique monument project which is proudly displayed outside the Biology building at campus center. If you are looking for a custom made monument of your specific design inclu8ding the custom made statue, base, plaque and installation we have the professional staff to make it possible.
Beta Beta Beta Biology Horonor Society California Epsilon Delta Chapter Chartered Fall 1999 Biology Honor Society Loyola Marymount University NOTES: Concept: A bronze statue (with inlaid metallic black) in the shape of TriBeta? honor key, placed on a cement base Shannon L. Donovan Loyola Marymount University One LMU Drive, MSB-3226. Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) is a biological honors society for undergraduate students, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study. TriBeta is nationally recognized & being affiliated with them carries weight when applying to grad school, a job, or med school *Meet and create relationships with other students in your major/ career path and faculty! Bless the Norwegian people during this difficult tragic time!
National Biological Honor Society Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) is a society for students, particularly undergraduates, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research. Since its founding in 1922, more than 200,000 persons have been accepted into lifetime membership, and more than 553 chapters have been established throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. . LOYOLA MARYMOUNT The Beta Stars were on display in Los Angeles on Saturday, November 10, as the Eta Alpha Chapter was of?? cially installed at Loyola Marymount University.
At Statue Sculptures, we were commissioned to design and create a memorial of Werner Fricker for the U.S. Soccer Federation. We used several photographs Mr. Fricker provided by his colleagues and family to create the life-size bust capturing his personality and essence in the finished piece. We were also contracted to install the complete monument located at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center at the Home Depot Center in California including the custom bronze bust, commemorative plaque and cement base completing the project in time for their special presentation. We are very proud to have completed this memorial that will stand for generations honoring his legacy.
One of the most honored sport icons we have had the pleasure of designing, creating and sculpting a memorial for was Mr. Werner Fricker that was president of the U.S. Soccer Federation from 1984 to 1990 and a man regarded as a pioneer of the sport in this country. Werner Fricker served the Game of Soccer at all levels in the United States. Werner Fricker (born January 24, 1936 in Karlsdorf, Yugoslavia; (Banatski Karlovac; died May 30, 2001 in Horsham, Pennsylvania) was a German-American football (soccer) halfback who later became president of the United States Soccer Federation. As a player, he was captain of the United German-Hungarian team from 1958 to 1969, winning the National Amateur Cup with the club in 1965. He also was a member of the U.S. national team.
Werner Fricker was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame, The Concacaf Hall Of Fame and The Philadelphia Old Timers Soccer Hall of Fame. The United German American Committee of the USA also honored him. He was inducted into the USASA Hall of Fame. His leadershipwas a major factor in the Federation’s increased vitality and progress, and he was directly responsible forbringing the FIFA World Cup to the United States for the first time in 1994. He had a vision for the U.S. National Teams to be successful and worked tirelessly to bring all members of US Soccer together to serve that goal. Fricker's involvement in soccer continued as an administrator, and he achieved his greatest success in 1988 when, as president of U.S. Soccer, he led the campaign that resulted in the U.S. being awarded the 1994 World Cup tournament. Werner Fricker is a U.S. Soccer pioneer and will be remembered by everyone involved in the sport as we continue to reap the benefits of his leadership across more than 40 years of involvement at the game's highest levels.
The Werner Fricker memorial located at the northeast corner of Mooch Myernick Field at The Home Depot Center was unveiled during the ceremony an hour before the match between U.S. Men’s National Team’s FIFA World Cup qualifying match against Barbados on Sunday, June 15 2008. U.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati will unveil the bronze bust memorial and present a commemorative plaque to Werner Fricker's children: Werner Fricker Jr., Marlene Fricker and Janet Malofiy (nee Fricker). The Werner family will also be presented at halftime of the U.S. Men's qualifying match against Barbados. This memorial of Warner Fricker is in special recognition of his guidance, perseverance and dedication in establishing the sport of soccer in the United States.