The 9/11 Memorial is a memorial to Lawrence Township’s emergency first responders, and honors them for their dedication and selflessness. The memorial is a large slab of stone that is topped off by a 12-inch by 12-inch piece of steel from the World Trade Center. It sits in a small park, across the street from the headquarters of the Lawrence Township Emergency Medical Services – and the former headquarters of the Lawrence Township First Aid Squad. Four Lawrence Township residents – volunteer members of the Lawrence Township First Aid Squad – responded on Sept. 11 to the terror attack in New York City. The foursome took the squad’s heavy rescue truck and traveled to northern New Jersey. The four volunteers – Dean Acquaviva, Sue Fabian, Ken Kandrac and David Miele – spent the night and then drove back to Lawrence Township.