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America’s Fallen 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. A place where families, friends and fellow firefighters can come to reflect and remember their loved ones lost. Once complete, fallen firefighters dating back to the early 1800’s will be honored on this wall and it will be the largest memorial of its kind, west of the Mississippi River. The founders of America’s Fallen Firefighter Memorial has a goal. Being firefighters themselves, they wanted to have one place where all firefighters are remembered for their dedication and service. This belief stems from the understanding that firefighters have an interconnected bond – regardless of where or how one serves, they are family. America’s Fallen Firefighter Memorial honors professional, full-time, part-time, volunteer, wildland, union, government, private brigade, military and industrial firefighter’s who have died in the line of duty.

Come Visit Over 200 Years
of Fallen Firefighters
from all 50 States


Help us pay tribute


Fallen Firefighters Year to Date


Fallen Firefighters in 2017


Fallen Firefighters on the Memorial Wall

America's Fallen

Firefighter Memorial

2549 Washington Blvd
OgdenUT 84401

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