Entrance Photo

Ellington Center



95 Maple Street

Ellington, Connecticut



Wreath's Across America

The Ellington Cemetery wishes to acknowledge the Ellington Patriotic Committee for being part of WAA's continuing effort to REMEMBER, HONOR and TEACH our fellow citizens about the selfless sacrifice of so many to preserve our Rights and Freedom.


The Ellington Cemetery wishes to thank Morris Webber for his years of service and dedication to the Cemetery.


The Ellington Cemetery wishes to acknowledge the volunteers who give of their time to keep the cemetery neat and clean. Thank you! We are most grateful for the hours of weeding and collecting trash.

If any new volunteers have time to lend a hand, please contact President Mike Hoffman at 860-559-6414.

Living Tree Donation Program

By donating money to the Living Tree Donation Program, you can help beautify our cemetery and honor the memory of a loved one. Why donate for trees?

Social Benefits: We like trees around us because they make life more pleasant. Most of us respond to the presence of trees beyond simply observing their beauty. We feel serene, peaceful, restful, and tranquil in the shade of trees.

Environmental Benefits: Trees alter the environment in which we live by moderating climate, improving air quality, conserving water, and harboring wildlife.

Trees Require an Investment: The biggest cost of trees and shrubs occurs when they are purchased and planted. Initial care almost always includes some watering. Leaf, branch, and whole tree removal and disposal can be expensive. Shade trees quickly grow to a size that may require the services of a professional arborist. Arborists have the knowledge and equipment needed to prune, spray, fertilize, and otherwise maintain a large tree.

We gratefully acknowledge donations from:

Bernie Willis

Arthur & Judy Gottier

Fred & Donna Bird
providing for a tree study/plan and donating for replacement trees
in memory of their parents John & Frances Hill and Dr. Francis and Mary Bird
In memory of Dale Rollins

Sandra Shortridge
In memory of her husband Julius Shortridge

Joseph Boucher
who donates his marking fees/time in assisting the Sexton

Ellington Cemetery Trustees
In memory of former Trustees Clyde Cordtsen and Walter Feldmann

Egli-Wyman Families
In memory of Emanuel (Sonny) Schneider

Aline Ballasy, Lois Klotzle, Gerald & Heidi Ludwig, Ruth Hoffman
Nephews and Nieces of the Klotzle family, Ballasy family,
Marion Hoffman family and Goric family

In memory of a dear Sister-in-law, Cousin and Aunt: Elsa Hoffman




Tree Photo

All donations are tax deductible and checks can be made payable to:

Ellington Cemetery Association, Inc.
P. O. Box 75
Ellington, CT 06029