In observance of Memorial Day, the Crossmen Office is closed and will open Tuesday, May 26, 9am cst.
In a continued effort to reduce the risk of exposure, we have closed the San Antonio office and will tentatively re-open our doors Friday, June 5. We will continue to operate remotely, M-F, 9am-5pm CST, and are all available by e-mail. Thank you all for your patience and understanding. firstname.lastname@example.org • 210.627.6122
San Antonio designates October 12th as Indigenous People's Day. In observance of the holiday, the San Antonio Office will be closed October 12 and will re-open Tuesday, October 13, 9am cst.
2020 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS ANNOUNCED
Crossmen Productions is excited to announce the recipients of our 2020 Crossmen Scholarships. Each recipient showed incredible intelligence, passion and dedication to music, the performing arts and, most of all, the Crossmen... [READ MORE]
Joseph Kempf Memorial Scholarship
On December 19, 2004, Joe was struck by an automobile while helping another motorist who was stranded on the side of the road. He passed away in the early hours of the morning. Anyone who knew Joe knows that he was always the first man to offer a helping hand, having spent much of his time as a volunteer EMT. He left this world helping others, something he loved and did so often in his drum corps days.
In memory of Lieutenant Derrick Harvey, Crossmen Alumnus and 14 year veteran of the Philadelphia Fire Department. Derrick’s love of music flourished at an early age. He played the tuba and the trombone during his school years and was ‘first chair’ in the All-City Band in high school. He continued to play music in competitive marching bands well after graduating from high school. Lt. Harvey died heroically in the service of others.
Scott was the Crossmen equipment truck (aka “The Music Store”) driver, from 2003 thru 2010. He was an exceptional trucker, and an absolute professional. He constantly unified the drivers by doing everything in his capabilities to keep the members, staff and volunteers safe. We was a leader on the road and off and was a part of the beating heart of the Crossmen in his tenure. In short, Scott “Freebird” Wheeler embodied the soul of the Crossmen. He was someone you could talk to and know that he would tell it like it is. Scott was loved by all who knew him. Scotty used to tell his family that he had met a great group of people that he called “his kids”, “my friends”, and “the family” he had come to know and love - His Crossmen family. Little did he know, his Crossmen family thought that he was one of the best things to happen to them as well.