9/11 Memorial

The King of Prussia Volunteer Fire Company has completed construction of a memorial in remembrance of the September 11, 2001 tragedy. 


The center pieces of the memorial are two steel I – beams recovered from ground zero at the World Trade Center


The Memorial, designed by architect Charles Edwin McDonald Jr.,  and constructed by homebuiderJoseph J. White Jr., was dedicated on September 11, 2011.


Please click here for an in-depth explanation of the memorial’s many symbolic features.


“Never Forget!



This project is a great opportunity for you to purchase bricks in honor of your children, grandchildren, husband, wife, parents or to memorialize a loved one, celebrate a new life or mark a date of importance in your life. 

The patio surrounding the memorial is constructed of 6”x6”, 6”x12”, and 12”x12” E.P. Henry paving stones.  And set-out in exact scale to World Trade Center Plaza, NY as it was prior to the terrorist attack.

6” x 6” = $30

6” x 12”= $50

12” x 12”= $100


For current pictures please visit our photo gallery using the tab on the left side of this web site or go to our group picture page at Flickr.com where you can view pictures from inception; to the “Steel Run”; to JFK Hangar 17; to dedication.


Please contact Kevin Katarynick at memorial@kpvfc.com if you have any questions regarding the ordering of the bricks. 

You may also send inquiries or make direct donations to:

KPVFC 9/11 Memorial

PO Box 60067

King of Prussia, PA  19406