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Robert "Bob" Lewis Taylor

January 16, 2021


"Burn sweetgrass or sage, play rock & roll or good music, read comics, be happy and safe, watch 'B' movies, ride your bike, go fishing, enjoy the outdoors, don't lose your sense of 'haha', love your family, and stay connected." - Bob's words of wisdom and way of life. 



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Doug Mrochuk

February 26, 2021 6:48 AM

It’s been many years Rhoda, and I never knew Bob, but I would like to extend our sincere condolences to you and your family in your loss.

Michelle Harvey

January 24, 2021 5:20 PM

I remember visits in the summertime. Staying with Bob and Rhoda, warm nights spent visiting on the deck. I remember going to Peachfest and listening to Trooper in the park. I remember going to Gasthaus for dinner with the family. 
So thankful to have had that time together. You will ne missed Rob but your spirit will live on with is. Rest in peace. 

Leslie Marriott

January 24, 2021 3:55 PM

My condolences go out to a family he very much loved, Rhoda, Rosie, Ussani and Phoebe.

Leslie Marriott

January 24, 2021 3:51 PM

The first time I met Bob was at the wedding. A lovely simple ceremony. What caught my attention was when Bob and Rhoda changed into leather and road off on his bike for the honeymoon. I thought, what an interesting man. It came full cycle with his choice of a retirement home. I am so glad he had that opportunity.

I the fondest memory I have of Bob was when we had a family camping trip at Pacific Rim.
At the end of the first day, after everyone had gone to sleep, I could hear rustling along the side of my tent.
Then I could hear the sound of the campfire and carving. It was Bob, of course. Next morning, very early,
same thing rustling along my tent, a fire burning and the sound of wood carving. I went out to find out what was happening. Bob had that smirk on his face. We sat by the fire for awhile until others awoke. He made breakfast for his family and later helped me move my tent off the raccoon highway, laughing. He had been watching the whole time! I got more wood for the fire.....

Randy & Judy Craig

January 22, 2021 11:45 AM

We would like to extend our heartfelt condolences on Robert's passing.  He had an infectious smile to match his joyful personality and was always enjoyable to be around.  He had a laugh we will never forget!  God bless.  Randy & Judy Craig

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