Support for Taylor Force's Family
$46,525 of $10,000 goal
He will be forever missed by his family and friends.
All proceeds from this campaign will go directly to Taylor's family for funeral services.
Each memorial service held this week celebrated Taylor's life in the way his family and friends knew he would have wanted them to. We all can't thank you enough for helping those that were closest to him come together for a final time to remember such an incredible person.
To ensure that Taylor's legacy lives on, Vanderbilt University has created a new scholarship in honor of Taylor that will honor his contributions to both the university and to his country by supporting graduates of the U.S. military academies attending the Owen Graduate School of Management.
We will never forget you, Taylor.
In addition to Monday's service in Lubbock, a memorial and celebration of Taylor's life will be held in Nashville on Friday, March 18th at 4:00 pm at Benton Chapel (411 21st Ave South, Nashville, TN 37240).
The Force family is using these funds to help Taylor's family and friends attend his service in Lubbock on Monday.
Nick Youngerman, a fellow classmate of mine at Owen as well as an '09 West Point grad and Army veteran, is helping Kristen Force with requests and reimbursement for anyone who needs financial assistance to travel to/from Lubbock.
If you have any questions for Nick or me, please reach out to us via the email addresses below:
Nick - Youngerman@gmail.com
Brian - email@example.com
Taylor's sister, Kristen, provided us with the details for his service, which are noted below:
"Hi everyone, a memorial and celebration of Taylor Force's amazing and impactful life is planned for Monday March 14 at Broadway Church of Christ in Lubbock, Texas at 3 pm. 1924 Broadway Street Lubbock, Texas 79401.
In lieu of flowers please make donations in Taylor's name to the wounded warrior project."
As the Israel director for the Zionist Organization of America, I write to express my deepest sympathies. We in Israel mourn the tragic loss of Taylor along with family and friends in the U.S. I and my organization stand at the ready to assist your family going forward however possible. Your loss is our loss. Sincerely, Jeff Daube, ZOA Israel director
Taylor sounds like a dream. He served his country, reached out to Israel to partner with it, we in Memphis and at our congregation are so saddened by Taylor's death. Our condolences to his family.
Mattot Arim, an Israeli NGO, wishes to express the most heartfelt and deepest possible sympathy to the Force family due to the devastating loss of your brave and uplifting son Taylor. We are so sorry that senseless violence targeting our country snuffed out the life of an honored guest of ours, Taylor Force; who was and now even more so is, one of our own - in our minds and hearts. His memory will be a challenge and inspiration to all freedom-loving Americans - and Israelis. Sincerely Susie Dym, spokesperson Mattot Arim an Israeli NGO, working toward peace-for-peace since 1992
Is there any funeral info yet available?