Jazz Hold Moment Of Silence For Fallen North Odgen Mayor
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – In remembrance of North Ogden mayor Brent Taylor, who was killed in action Saturday while deployed in Afghanistan as a major in the National Guard, the Utah Jazz held a moment of silence prior to tipoff at Monday’s game.
— Jeremiah Jensen (@JJSportsBeat) November 6, 2018
Taylor was believed to be the first mayor in state history to be deployed while in office. He was deployed in January 2018 for what was expected to be a 12-month tour of duty. He is survived by his wife Jennie, and their seven children.
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