My condolences to the Taylor family. I first met "Lt." Taylor while working as a Corrections Officer at Baskerville Correctional Unit. He seem to always have a smile and a funny story to tell. He was a very good supervisor. He and I had almost the same type of truck. A red Ford Courier. One day I was trying to get into "my" truck and I couldn't figure out why my key wasn't working. I then realized I was trying to get into his truck, which was parked next to mine. We both got a laugh out of that. I know you will miss him. I will remember him as a great supervisor and a great guy.
Pat, I am thinking of you with love and prayers. I treasure many happy conversations with you two and Herbert will surely be missed. May God be with you and your family as you travel this journey missing him but thankful for the memories. Love you, Shirley Suits, Drewryville, Va.
Patricia and family, I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. Herbert was such a good neighbor to my family and he will always be remembered for his kindness. Thinking of you.
To Pat and family so sorry to hear about Herbert he were a kind and friendly person. I met him when I were his mom's aide. My prayers are with you Pat and may God continue to bless you
I hold many happy memories of Herbert when he and Pat lived in Emporia. He was a great friend to Randolph and me. My deepest sympathy to his family.
I heard the news today and my prayers are with the family. Old CMSGT are hard to find. Your dad always treated me with so much respect and friendship. When I hunted with Greentown, he and Larry would be making breakfast for everyone. Great man and he is with the lord he so loved. One AF Veteran to another “Aim High”. He knows what that means, Love Tom
mr taylor was a fine man he will be greatly missed i dealt with him at southern states in lawrenceville for years
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