The construction of the memorial wall for the North Judson-Wayne Township Fire Department is complete.
At a town council meeting in May, Fire Chief Joe Leszek shared that one unique element of this project was that the wall was built utilizing some limestone that was salvaged from the old fire station that was demolished a few years back.
The memorial wall pays tribute to that original building that stood on Main Street from 1952 until 2009.
Department representatives shared pictures on social media Tuesday afternoon and expressed their gratitude to the companies that helped create the commemorative monument in front of the firehouse.
Brian Allen Masonry was thanked for the work that they put into this project and the companies O’Donnell Monument and Patten Monument were acknowledged for the detailed artwork that was etched into the black stone in the center of the wall.
To check out the memorial wall in person, you can stroll by the firehouse on Luken Street