Stu Taylor

Stu Taylor

March 26, 1937 – May 22, 2014

“Good people are remembered long after they are gone.”

Proverbs 10:7

Awesome loving husband, dad, grandpa, brother,

father-in-law and our best friend.

Our hearts are aching, we are so sad,

but down deep in our hearts you are still with us.

So loved, respected and cherished. Always and forever.

Stu was a great dad to his sons. He had a special love and great bond as dad and friend to Butch, Steve, Mike, Corey and Ken. He sure loved and respected them and loved being with them. They bonded as men in a real special loving way.

He had a tender heart for his family, and friends too. He really cared about people and was a really good listener and was so helpful to us and others. Such a wonderful trait to have and he had it. That was Stu.

We planted a wonderful Garry Oak in loving remembrance of our dad and grandpa. We shall all watch it grow strong and sturdy just like Stu was right to the end.

Bye for now dear Stu. Love you forever. Miss you so much. Just want to hug you and pat your hand once again.

Someday Stu, you and I will be together again just as God promised. Faithful, caring, loving God. See you on the mountain top, in the sunshine.

Love forever from your sons, grand kids, daughters-in-law, sister Sandra, and me, Margaret and also from your friends who loved you in a special way.

Thanks for all the wonderful, good years and the love and care and respect and such good memories that will always last forever. You were such a wonderful blessing to me as my husband and my best friend. Love you dearly forever.

Remembering your love and trust in The Lord that we both share.

“Lord, if it is you, bid me come to you over the water.”

And he said, “come”.

Matthew 14:28-29

We shall love you forever, deep in our heart.


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