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Nicki Xanthis posted a condolence
Thursday, April 27, 2017Dearest Elaine and family, My deepest condolences to you for the passing of Taylor. It is at times like this that living so far away is so difficult. May the wonderful memories you have help you in your grief. My thoughts and prayers are with you and hope we are able to meet again. God bless Lots of love Nicki (Perth, Australia)
Lou Pitt posted a condolence
Thursday, April 27, 2017To Robin, Richard and Leni So sad to hear about Taylor and know his presence in our lives will never be diminished by his passing. I will be forever grateful that our paths crossed late in our lives and thru him, found you all. It's a cherished memory that will be ever lasting. We send our love and comfort. Lou and Berta
Aunt Catina posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 26, 2017I will always remember Taylor specifically his kindness, genorosity and intelligence. It was always a joy to be with him and he will never be forgotten.
Nicole posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 26, 2017I have so many memories of Taylor that I hardly know where ro begin. I guess my first distinct memory was your fabulous wedding. A 3 day extravaganza where my father had a little bit too much of a good time and my mom locked him out of our hotel room. Then there are so many memories of the house in Bayside...holidays and parties at which Taylor was always one of the most enthusiastic revelers. But things turned serious when he and UncleF Michael sat down in front of a backgammon board! And then there was my wedding. Taylor was SO dapper in his pink suit and he and Elaine came to my apartment to help us all get ready. Taylor lived a truly wonderful life. May his memory be eternal!!!
ELAINE DANAR lit a candle
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
David & Lisa Sipp posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 26, 2017Taylor was a generous heart that shared with everyone he met. Lisa and I were blessed to share in some of those special moments. One particular example was on Thanksgiving when we and our son Tim and a homeless friend of my son shared a meal together. This homeless man was made welcome like family and Taylor remarked later that this was the real meaning of the holiday and that this was one of the best ever. May his memory be blest and a comfort in the days ahead.
David & Lisa Sipp posted a symbolic gesture
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
David & Lisa Sipp lit a candle
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
David & Lisa Sipp posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 26, 2017Taylor! Taylor! Taylor! Full of love and grace, pancake chef extraordinaire! So in love with his Elaine. World traveler, everyone's friend, full of fun and games. We miss you already.
T Petrides posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 26, 2017Taylor was a great man and a loving and caring person. A kind, funny and gentle soul, I will remember him for as long as I live. My prayers and love to the family.
Patrick Claffey posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 26, 2017Where does one begin? Uncle Taylor you have been a part of my entire life. My best family memories. All our holidays and celebrations. Always the most outgoing friendly guy with a brilliant smile. Always laughing, story telling and having a good time. Ah the memories are endless. I picked up your love of golf. You got us all interested in the game. By reading your book I learned so much more about you. The family will never be the same without you. I want to thank you for all the advice and encouragement throughout my life. You were truly an inspiration to me. I learned about traveling the world from you. My life kid free was based on you and Aunt Elaine and the good life of travel. I will miss you dearly. At 91 I will say gone too soon. RIP my dear Uncle. Aunt Elaine my thoughts and prayers are with you daily. Hugs and kisses to you. Love you so much.
Jim Claffey posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 26, 2017To my dear Uncle T. I remember you being a part of our family from the days when I was just a lad. Your fantastic 1967 MacGregor VIP woods were my first clubs back when you encouraged me to take up this silly game of golf. What a wonderful gift from you as it is one of my great passions in life. I will always think of you and my first country club experience in Shawnee, PA as I walk with my friends along the fairways (or rough, which is my case more often than not) of golf courses here and there. And then there is the Scrabble matches and you, the master of the 7-letter word, always the strategist, always working the board, and usually (but not always!) leaving me scratching my head wondering how I lost. I will sorely miss those matches and the fun we and our family had during them. I will also miss our famous, rapid-fire hand shakes, which always made me smile. But most of all, I'll miss you along side Aunt Elaine, knowing how much you love each other. Frankly, I can't remember ever seeing you two separated (save the trip out to Shawnee circa 1980...so that's a long damn time!!). And when you were together, you always found a way to make her laugh her fabulous laugh (I think she gets it from Uncle Tom...what a GREAT laugh he had!), something I try to do in my relationship every day. It really keeps life fun, interesting, and healthy. That was you, for essentially my whole life. What more could I have asked. You were an amazing uncle, who i will always remember and love for many reasons. I look forward to seeing you again someday, but I have a tee time at 3 PM and need to run. But I'll be thinking about you! Love, Doc Jim
Hank Dunne posted a condolence
Tuesday, April 25, 2017R.I.P. Sir in the arms of Jesus. My condolences to the family.
Richard Danar posted a condolence
Sunday, April 23, 2017Yes. Dad had a truly amazing, wonderful life. Thank you to all of you who helped give him that. Thank you too for all your help in taking care of him towards the end. I truly believe that Dad stayed as long as he wanted to and that HE decided it was time to move on in his journey. We will see him again. Love to you all. God Bless.
Stan Sabarsky posted a condolence
Saturday, April 8, 2017Taylor was unique - there was no one else to whom he could be compared. I always think of him displaying his trademark joie de vivre; he relished being in the middle of any situation and always added excitement and enthusiasm to it. To those he loved he gave complete support and loyalty and he was the proverbial person who lit up a room when he entered it. Along with me, he will be missed by Leon and Staci, Martin and a host of others - his absence will leave a great void, but a person who is remembered and spoken of will always be with us.
Janet Stubing posted a condolence
Saturday, April 8, 2017Dear Leni, You may or may not remember me. People at work know me as "JJ". I worked with Taylor long ago; in fact, back to 1993 when I first moved to Saratoga Springs from WI. Taylor was the 1st sales rep I worked with in NY upon my transfer with Quad. The account that we worked on together was Hanover Direct (Tweeds, One 212, Silhouettes). He was so detail-oriented and for that reason, he made me a better CSR (customer service rep). When he called me, I always anticipated his questions and was prepared with answers. It was in May 2013 that I last saw the two of you; along w/ your friend, Peggy, I believe. You all came to the Saratoga plant and I gave you a tour of the facility. You all were so appreciative. In fact, to this day, I still have the hand-written thank you letter that Taylor wrote to me. His energy and presence, and attention to detail, will be missed I am certain. Fondly, Janet "JJ" Stubing
Elaine Danar posted a condolence
Thursday, April 6, 2017taylor my sweetheart i'll be seeing you in every summer day i'll always think of you that way in that small cafe the park across the way the childrens carosell the chestnut tree the wishing well and when the moon is new i;ll be looking at the moon and i;ll be seeing you i;ll find you in the morning sun and when the night is through i;ll be looking at the moon and i;ll be seeing you i love you so so much and thanks for 45 fantastic years i will miss you every day of my life and will never be the same without you by my side untill we meet again love hugs kisses and squeezes leni mou
Nicki & Jim Claffey posted a condolence
Thursday, April 6, 2017Dear Elaine, How blessed we were to have T.D. in our life. He was 50 ish when we met. Always kind, considerate and caring. Had an enormous sense of style, humor and work ethnic. Burning the midnight oil while most of us slept. If there was a family problem he was there. Of course the food, pastrami sandwiches, hot dogs and chicken noodle soup. Greek food to die for. All the games we played, scrabble, dominos, poker, rummy. Win or lose T.D. as gracious in defeat as victory. Always a joke or lighthearted way. Always making us feel special. We will never be the same without you T.D. The world is crying forever. Love Nicki & Jim...xoxoxo
bob worthy posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 5, 2017I'm sorry se didn't meet until near the end of your journey Taylor, but clear skies and calm seas ahead-have a great trip
Dave Thomas posted a condolence
Tuesday, April 4, 2017We only knew Taylor his last few years. In those years he brought laughter and light to every ones lives. For a man of his age he could sure hang with the young boys. We give our deepest condolences and brightest prayers for Taylor and his family. With all our love Dave , Jamie and Jacob Thomas
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Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Liz Thomas & Matt Lynch posted a condolence
Tuesday, April 4, 2017We will miss you much Taylor! The dancing and those days on the porch and the famous "Taylor Shuffle"! Matt will NOT miss watching the Superbowl with you as long as Tom Brady is still playing. We were honored to know you for the short time we did and will remember our nights together always!
Lou and Darlene Georgiades posted a condolence
Monday, April 3, 2017My Brother Taylor was an integral part of our lives. He and Elaine were very active and traveled with us extensively. We will never forget the Cruises and visits to our house in Houston, the games of Hearts and Dominoes and Crazy Eights and Scrabble.... They visited us every year when we lived in Europe for 10 years. Full of life, entertaining, and a smart man. Of all the things Taylor taught me, the one that stands out is how he selflessly loves my sister. He and my mother were very close and he made sacrifices to be at home with her, to care for her during her illness. We will never forget you bro. Thanks for EVERYTHING. The pain is gone, now rest in peace. Don't worry about Elaine, she will be cared for as you know. You will be remembered by all those who knew you. GOD bless you and keep you. LOVE Darlene and Lou
CHARLES HELFAND posted a condolence
Monday, April 3, 2017MY FRIEND WE HAD SOME TOUGH SCRABBLE GAMES TOGETHER WITH LOTS OF GOOD MEMORIES!
Martha Stegar posted a condolence
Sunday, April 2, 2017Dear Elaine, I am so sorry for your loss of your dear husband. I pray for your healing. Martha Ann Stegar (Lisa Sipp's mother)
Pat Elliassen Holden posted a condolence
Sunday, April 2, 2017Taylor, thanks for sharing your life with us! We had a great run and made lots of terrific memories traveling together. Not to worry, Elaine is among friends and we will remember you with love.
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