The Millennium Carillon stands firmly as a proud memorial to the spectacular growth of Naperville, that little town on the DuPage River, now counting down the closing years of its second century of history. The Moser Tower soars upward above the River Walk as an inspiration to the centuries of Naperville history yet to come.
The families who live and work and play in Naperville have a deep love for their city that is evident in the many civic, cultural and charitable programs they support through the years.
Harold Moser has his family name forever tied with the tower. Gus Shoenherr has his family name forever tied to the electronic playing system.
The Millennium Carillon offers a profound and lasting way for a family to leave a tangible memorial in honor of the city they love. Sponsoring the Carillon gives donors naming opportunities that will forever proclaim their support of their town and let their family leave personal thoughts to be added to the cumulative history of Naperville.
On the left column of this page, you'll see specific major items that either have already been named after someone or are available to have your family name placed on it. Consider being among this select group of donors.