Dear Jan, we were so surprised to learn of the passing of Judge Taylor. I had tried to call several times but had no success. I will miss the jokes Judge Taylor and my dad, Frederick Gray always told. Jan, if you listen I'll bet you can hear those two (2) rascals laughing.Thanks Judge for all you did for the people of Prince George's and the Counties beyond. Harriet, Helen, Gail and family
Dad, we all miss you. On this 87th anniversary of your birth day, the first time I have been without you on this day, we have reached out to each other in rememberence of you. You are in my mind, in my memories and in my heart. I hear you and Mother Maggie saying "where are you? I thought so."
Love to you in this new time.
Without a doubt one of the nicest people I've ever met and a shining example of what the rest of us should strive for. A great man and a great friend who will be sorely missed....
God blessed this family with a wonderful giving person, your legacy will forever be remembered by your family and many friends in the state of Maryland
God blessed our family with you. Your extended family has always been very proud of your achievements. Your work now is over. Let us pick up the torch and live honorabley in your name. Audrey Owens Fernandez cousin Philadelphia
May god bless the Taylor family. James Taylor did his job by making this world a better place to live in rest my cousin in peace.
May god bless your soul and let you dwell with him forever.I'am very proud to have a cousin that helped make the world a better place to live. Yul Owens Sr of Philadelphia,pa.
OUR DAD considered it his obligation, and his privilege, to provide opportunities for those who followed. In keeping with his wishes, in lieu of flowers, we ask for your support of the JUDGE JAMES H. TAYLOR SCHOLARSHIP at Prince George's Community College. Prince Georges Community College Foundation, Inc., 301 Largo Road, A312, Largo, MD 20774.
We miss him every day.
Rebecca J Moore , friend with Perry Gaidurgus, he said you helped him, Thank you for that. It was worth it, he beat the odds. Bless you, in heaven as on earth. RIP
Sorry for your loss James Taylor family. Honorable Judge James Taylor on August 17, 1976 saved my life. He sentenced me to 8 years to the Maryland Department of Corrections for an $8 dollar armed robbery. August 17 created an amazing new beginning, because serving those 3 years in Maryland prisons and the Prince George's jail saved this 18 year old's life. I will always be graceful for Judge Taylor doing his work and serving his community. I ran into Judge Taylor in the early 1990s in the courthouse hallway and thank him in person for his valuable role leading me to 12 step recovery. Presently 34 years sober and giving back and servicing (paying it forward) to family, friends and community, Judge Taylor will always had a special place in my heart. I never hesitate to say prison saved my life.
I just happen to google Judge Taylor's name today, as he had been on my mind lately. It is sad to discover of his passing. I can read he was beloved and will be sorely missed. Blessings and Grace to all the Taylor family and their friends. A honorable man has passed, Yet his love and service lives on with folks like me and I suspect many others.
Rest in peace dear cousin. Fond memories of you will always remain in my heart. May God comfort your loving family in their time of sorrow.
So sorry for your loss Jan! May you be comforted by the memories! Keeping you and your family in my prayers!
I am so sorry for your loss. Godspeed Judge Taylor. Sending my thoughts and prayers
To the Family: Marion Whitlock Jones and daughter Cliftine send our deepest sympathies to the Taylor Family. The King Family and the Whitlock Family were almost "one family" as they grew up in Sewickley and both familes remained close through the years. May God be with you and comfort you at this time of sorrow.
Love, Marion and Cliftine
Sorry to hear of your loss. It was always good to see one of his smiles in the driveway when I lived back in Marlton. Hope you all find peace soon.
The world will be a different place without you. You have been a very important part of my life. I think of all te memories I have to keep me going. I see your overhalls hanging by a thumbtack on the back of the farm door in Marshall, or tou riding the tractor and plowing us a garden. I was always very proud to tell friens that my "Uncle Jim" had broken down many barriers and made the world a better place for all of us to live in. I know where you are and who you are with and I take peace and comfort in that. God Bless or Family as we come to terms with you not being here with us in body, but with us always in spirit.
Love Your Neice Karen or as you always called me "Piccalo"
Judge Taylor will always hold a special place in our hearts for his kindness and for always retaining his humility regardless of his status
Dear Jan and family,
Jim's memory will live on through family, friends and his years of service to his community. Sending sincere sympathy at this time.
Teresa and Manouch Sadeghin
My dear friend Jim, I will miss you so much. For nearly 30 years you have been my friend, my advisor and at times, my neighbor. Thank you for everything you have taught me; for everything you provided guidance through; and for sharing your rich and generous view of the world.
Michael and I love you, and we thank you.
To the family: Thank you for sharing Jim with us, both in Maryland and later in Florida. You are blessed to have had such a wonderful life steward.
Sheila Borzomati (nee Cook)
Dearest Jan & family,
We're thinking of you during your time of sorrow. Please find comfort in knowing that Judge Taylor is now in the presence of the Lord and remember that joy will come in the morning...
It was such a blessing to have known Judge Taylor, to receive his guidance and support, and to have been allowed to be in the presence of such a wise, kind and "historic" individual. His influence on so many is beyond measure. To his family, thank you for sharing Judge Taylor with our community. To friends and acquaintances, I share your tears.
May God receive you with loving arms, Judge Taylor.