Sean Cullen and Anthony Raspa were each honored with new road signs on the highways where they died serving the citizens of the Garden State, the Courier-Post reported this week.
Cullen, 31, an NCAA Division III All-American wrestler for Pennsylvania's Lycoming College who was a mat star at Cinnaminson High in New Jersey, was responding to an accident on I-295 near West Deptford, N.J. in March 2016 when struck and killed by another driver.
Cullen left behind a nine-month-old son and a fiancé who was expecting.
Raspa, 24, who wrestled and played football at Bishop Ahr High School, was killed when his patrol car struck a deer on I-195 in Upper Freehold, Monmouth County.
Portions of I-295 and I-195 were renamed, respectively, State Trooper Sean E. Cullen Memorial Highway and State Trooper Anthony A. Raspa Memorial Highway through separate pieces of legislation signed in 2017 by then-Gov. Chris Christie.