You can be sure that the American spirit will prevail over this tragedy
- Former Secretary of State Colin Powell

Thank you all for your support and welcome to those of you who are new! Each and every one of you, whether your role is large or small, plays a big part in the success of the WEber Remembers: The 9/11 Project.
While September 11, 2001 was a horrendous day that changed the very fabric of our country, we can draw on the unity we felt as Americans in the immediate aftermath and continue to make Weber County and Utah an example that the rest of the country can follow.
The Major Brent Taylor Foundation is committed to remembering the lives that were lost, the heroism of that day, and the honorable sacrifices made by so many. We hope that each of you will feel impressed to join us as we commemorate, not only the tragedy of that day but the special strength we gained as we remembered what true American resilience is. As those police, firefighters, military personnel and everyday citizens showed us on that day, Americans know how to rise to the occasion. We’re not afraid to run toward the danger and we are dedicated to paving the way for a better tomorrow.
We can't do this without you! We are grateful to have the support of Weber County as we put this project together, and we want to provide you the opportunity to help us as WEber Remembers, Experiences, and Commits.

You can follow this link to sign up for opportunities to help out with this commemorative event.

Thank you for your support and enthusiasm!
Jennie Taylor
We Remember!
Recording Day!
On July 21, 2021, The Major Brent Taylor Foundation conducted interviews at Weber State University. These interviews will become part of the 9/11 Project exhibit and included many members of the community from firefighters, government officials to moms, and more. We were also able to speak with Ogden City Fire Captain Rich King about some amazing drawings he created that capture the emotions felt on that day. Thank you to those who shared their stories!
We Experience!
On Thursday, July 22 at 7 pm one of the foundation's flags, The Major, was flown at the Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo Patriot and Military Appreciation Night. The fans came dressed in red, white, and blue. This flag is a representation of honor and freedom and touches the lives of so many.

Despite the hot temperatures, there were chills when we all stood as military men and women unfurled the gigantic 150x78 ft flag across the arena and listened to the star-spangled banner. This was a moment we all want to remember and take an opportunity to thank our servicemen and women. 
We Commit!
Utah is home to a National Firefighter Memorial
"Nestled in the heart of downtown Ogden, Utah, known as the crossroads of the west, stands a somber and unique memorial for America’s Fallen Firefighters. If you are looking for an uplifting thing to do, come visit this park where families, friends, and fellow public service heroes can come to reflect and remember their loved ones lost. Fallen firefighters dating back to the early 1800s are displayed on this wall of honor included in the memorial. This monument is the largest memorial of its kind, west of the Mississippi River."
To find out more about this incredible memorial or to donate follow the link below.
Lead-up to September 2001
2637 N Washington Blvd Box #272
North Ogden, UT 84414
(801) 628-3848