9/11 Memorials

Mount Kisco Fire Fighters 9/11 Memorial

9/11 and Post 9/11 Memorials for Veterans, Fallen Fire Fighters, Police and Civilians

If your community is thinking of constructing a 9/11 Memorial to honor those in or affected by these attacks, we would be happy to work with you to establish a budget, time frame, design, and installation, as well as provide our support for the entire process.

The September 11 attacks of 2001, killed 2,507 civilians, 72 law enforcement officers, 343 firefighters, and 55 military personnel 9/11 will forever be remembered by the world as a day of reflection to honor and pay tribute to the brave souls that sacrificed their lives, families and dreams, to protect ours. On that day and every day forward, may we help preserve the memory of the thousands of lives lost through September 11 memorials, coast to coast.

Picture This On Granite, has partnered with numerous associations, often including the wives, husbands, children and colleagues, whom have shown amazing resilience in the face of grief and loss, they are the light behind the heroes, and the proof that the heinous attacks on our freedom by terrorists, cannot break our beliefs or way of life. The 9/11 Memorials that we have been privileged to have been a part of, will carry on the story of patriotism and valor, for generations to come.

More 9/11 Memorial Projects

Mt Olive September 11th Memorial, NJ

Mount Olive 9/11 Memorial

On September 11, 13 years after the 9/11 Attacks, about 75 people turned out for the official dedication of the new 9/11 memorial located at the entrance to the park and across from the All Veterans Memorial Park. The…

Mt Kisco Fire Fighters 9/11 Memorial, NY

Mount Kisco Fire Fighters 9/11 Memorial

For this monument, Picture This On Granite was proud to help pay tribute and honor the Fire Fighters who risked their lives to save people caught in the September 11 2001 terrorist attacks. Our Graphic designer worked with…

Nicholas H. Null Extortion 17 Memorial, WV

Nicholas H. Null Memorial

When Tracy and Alan Litman wanted to pay tribute to their son Nicholas, they chose Picture This On Granite as their partner. The Nicholas H. Null Memorial can now be visited and found in Parkersburg, WV. It was very important to…