Past the Name of Obligation Holds Trip for Fallen Georgia MPs

The ceremony honored Deputy Kenterrous Taylor, who died in a cruiser accident last year while answering a phone call

MACON, Georgia – A fallen Bibb County officer received a special honor Wednesday.

Beyond the Call of Duty held an End of Watch ride to commemorate the ceremony for Bibb County’s Deputy Kenterrous Taylor.

He died in a cruiser accident in March 2020 while answering a phone call.

Each year the organization has six motorcyclists who travel across the country to honor law enforcement officers who die on duty.

Taylor’s family attended along with many Bibb MPs.

Beyond the Call of Duty founder Jagrut Shah spoke about the importance of honoring Taylor.

“I wanted the departments to know that their loss is being felt across the country,” said Shah. “I wanted the survivors to know that we will not forget their loved ones.”

“He was happy,” said Taylor’s mother, Kimberly Culler. “He liked to make people laugh. He was a person of the people. He would give you anything to make sure you are okay.

This year, the End of Watch ride honors 338 fallen officers across the country.

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