It was a shock to hear of Bud's passing. Bob just received his PC alumni magazine and call to tell us his brother had passed away in April. We are all so very sorry for your loss, Bunny, Lori, Tim and Christin and families. I am sure that God has him in the palm of his hand. God Bless you all.
I am truly saddened to hear of Bud's passing. Over the years when seeing Bud and Bunny and family at weddings etc., I always appreciated the big smiles and being greeted by my name. Bud was very much like his Dad and uncles Tom and Mike Taylor, classy, gracious and confident at the same time. My sincere condolences to the Taylor family.
We are still shocked and in some degree of denial at Uncle Bud's sudden passing. He was always someone we loved seeing, along with all of you. His ready smile & loving demeanor will sorely be missed. We have such love & respect for him. Our hearts and prayers go out to you, our distant but beloved family. God bless and comfort you and know that our love is with you.
We are friends of Lori and send heartfelt condolences.
We only met Jim and "bunny" on a cruise from Lisbon. We had hoped to join them again, however, that will not happen and for that I am truly sorry. Jim and I found that we had a number of interests in common. He was a real gentleman and I felt that we enjoyed each others opinions. We continued our association thru the internet. Our prayers go out to his family and friends.
I have known Jim for the past 15 years or so, when I was first starting my career in the pharmaceutical industry. Jim was a great mentor to me as I began my work in Regulatory Affairs, and I attribute much of what I have learned in this business to him. I started out knowing him as a colleague, but quickly came to know him as a friend. I will cherish the time that I spent with him, and be forever grateful for the wisdom and compassion he passed along to me. In our last email exchange, Jim's last sentence was "life is good". A simple statement, but one that defines how he lived his life. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. I know he loved his family dearly, and my thoughts are with you all during this very difficult time.
It was with much sadness that we heard of Jim's passing and our thoughts are with his family and friends at this time. Jim worked with our New Zealand based small biotech company during the early and mid 2000's and was a valued and much respected member of our team. He provided strong and steady counsel when we needed it and was an absolute pleasure to interact with. We will miss him.
Dear Bunny and family,
Jim was my guide, my mentor and my dear and trusted friend. There is a hole in my heart where he lived and I will miss him for a very long time. My prayers and thoughts are with you all and know that everyone he touched was a better person for it.
Dear Bunny and Family,
I was saddened by the news of Jim's passing. I will remember the times Jim and I shared opinions and tastes of wine. He was a true gentleman. He will be missed.
Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.
I had the pleasure to work with Jim on many pharmaceutical projects. He was extremely knowledgeable in his field and great company socially. I recommended him to many others.
I wish Jim's family my heartfelt condolences.
Victoria, BC, Canada
Jim helped us file our first IND and was a rock that we could all count on over the subsequent years. He was a pleasure to work with, extremely competent, and always got the job done for us. He was fearless in his can-do attitude and will be greatly missed.
Dear Bunny and family,
You know how saddened we are to know of Bud's passing. We have been friends for over 51 years and we will miss him terribly. We have all of you in our prayers. Love, Denise and Herb
Jim was a personal friend, a mentor and a colleague. He was someone that I counted on for solid advice. He was easy to respect and will be sorely missed. My deepest condolences to Bunny and family on your loss.
We love you and miss you, Sharon & Pete Orr
Jim was great person with kindest communication, professional and friendship skills and relationships.
Very sad and will remember
Dear Taylor Family,
I have know Jim over 20 years first meeting him when we hired him to help us file our first IND for a biotech in Tucson, AZ. I was just starting my career and Jim was a mentor and a friend. In 1998 I began consulting and worked with Jim on countless projects I would often call Jim to discuss an idea or have him test my conclusions or thoughts on a problem. Every call started with talk of our families, he always asked about my children. Every call ended with me feeling better about what I was doing. I know he loved is family, and in recent years he loved talking about his grandchildren. He was a trusted advisor and friend.
I am deeply saddened to hear of his passing, and will miss him dearly. He was a good man and touched many people in a positive way.
Jim was one of my favorite consultants. He worked with integrity and got right down to the real issues. He will be greatly missed. He always had a great story about the grand kids or wrestling or both... He will be greatly missed.