LTC Mark D. Taylor, MD 
United States Army

782nd Main Support Battalion, 82nd Airborne Division

NOV 17, 1962 – MAR 20, 2004 |  Fallujah, Iraq

Hometown: Stockton, CA

While in the National Guard, Mark was able to successfully pursue his goal of becoming a doctor. His schooling included receiving a pharmaceutical degree from University of California - San Francisco and a medical degree from George Washington Medical School in Washington, D.C.  Mark interned at Madigan Army Medical Center, Fort Lewis, and completed a 5-year surgery residency at UC Irvine Medical Center. To honor his legacy, Mark’s mother selected Quilts of Honor.

Quilts of Honor - Valley Springs, CA

Quilts of Honor America is dedicated to bestowing a symbol of thanks, solace, and remembrance to those who serve in harm’s way to protect and defend our lives and freedoms. Handmade by dedicated volunteers, each patriotic-themed quilt embodies the love, gratitude, and hope for healing our nation has for those who’ve put their lives on the line so that we can rest easy here at home. Started in 2010, Quilts of Honor has made and distributed over 3,500 quilts.

Dog Tag Legacy Fund is proud to support Quilts of Honor America in honor of LTC Mark D. Taylor by providing grant funds to ensure that countless others will be wrapped in the healing warmth of honor, love, and remembrance.