De Tour Village maintains this wooded cemetery on behalf of our residents. Walking through this calming niche, you will see grave markers identifying many founding families of De Tour Village. Sacred Heart Catholic (SHC) Cemetery is owned by the Catholic Diocese of Marquette, and is one of five small cemeteries in De Tour Township.Located 3 miles west of town out South Caribou Lake Rd ("The South Road"), this simple, quiet graveyard offers comfort to our local community. This cemetary dates back to the first Catholic church in De Tour which was located on the North Rd hill going out of town. Bateski, whom was at Sacred Heart Catholic Church for 56 years, built the current SHC, SHC Hall, and established the cemetary, circa 1872. Bob Hill Cemetery is one of five small cemeteries in De Tour Township, and is located on a small knoll behind the Michigan Department of Conservation building off M-134 at the south end of De Tour Village.It was in this church in 1798 that Emmanuele Vitale planned and organised the uprising against the French who at that time were occupying Malta.During WWII the chapel was deconsecrated and used as a school room.With Louisville City FC from the beginning, James O’Connor noticed skepticism about professional soccer’s place in town dating back to his appointment as coach in 2014.Basketball, hockey, arena football and other soccer clubs had come and gone in Louisville over the years, after all.
When the previous pastor retired in Nov 2011, the congregation invited the Rev. So, at first he just drove up to Lompoc on Sundays for December of 2011 and January and February of 2012. Though there are many graves without markers, the earliest on record is of Alfred E. The resting place is approximately two blocks long, and boasts one of the nicest views of De Tour Reef Lighthouse.