• Fuller-Sheffield Funeral
    Austin, TX
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Mr. Roger L. Taylor Sr. 1935 - 2012

Mr. Roger L. Taylor Sr.

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November 06, 2013
Roger crossed my mind today. I have not spoken to Roger in a few years so I was deeply saddened to see he passed a year ago. I met Roger and Peaches at the Habitat ReStore in Austin in 1997. We quickly became friends with talks of life, love, family and "old Austin". Roger was such a beautiful person. Rest in peace my dear friend. It was a joy to share with you so many wonderful moments.
November 30, 2012
God bless the Taylor family during their time of bereavement. Roger will indeed be missed by many.
November 30, 2012
Continue to hold on to God's unchanging hand. God's perfect plan means we are here for season. After our purpose is fulfilled, God's gets us ready for the promise. Roger, You are in the prayers of my family. I look to see you soon.
November 30, 2012
Our prayers and throughts are with you.

The Nealeys
November 30, 2012
Taylor family,
our sincerest sympathies for the loss of Roger, he was the gentlest of souls. He always had a smile and eager to assist and help. I remember running into him in the halls at VA and sharing work and family activities and enjoying his feedback. He was truly a good-hearted man.
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