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Robert R. Taylor

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Dear Mary Kay,
Oh how I miss the fun times we had when you all lived in Frenchman's Creek. What a beautiful, intelligent and fun couple you two were! Bob was an amazing man and you two were a great team! My heart goes out to you and all of your friends and family...

I feel so fortunate to have had Bob as a friend over the past 20 years. I always felt honored and special to be in his company. I always kidded him, he was my Clint Eastwood of the business world___that fearless hero we all love. I will miss my visits with him, sharing his love of golf and the beauty of the courses at Vintage. He was a special human being.
My love to Mary Kay.

Mary Kay & Family:
I had the opportunity to work with Mr. Taylor on several facilities for Minnetonka Inc., Graham Webb and LaCosta in Carlsbad, CA. He provided employees opportunities for advancement and appreciated the efforts of those who worked with him. You have our sympathy,
Marlys Enger, Prior Lake, MN

Mary Kay and family, I just heard the sad news of Bob's passing. He was a great friend and co-worker of Bob Hebeisen. Two years ago his visit to MN. was very greatly appreciated. My most sincere sympathy and love, Sally

Karen & Lori, you have our deepest sympathy. So sorry for you loss.

Karen and Lori: So sorry for your loss. Our deepest sympathy. The Lerohl Family(Howard, Kris, Kathy, Kim and Mark). Old neighbors from Excelsior.

Mrs. Taylor and Family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My dad had so much respect and admiration for Mr. Taylor and we were all blessed to have known him. Thoughts and prayers are with you.

Sweet Mary Kay, Karen, Lori and family, I am so, so sorry to hear of your loss. As you know, I worked for your husband, father, grandfather for over 20 years and had a great respect and love for him . . . and for you, too, Mary Kay. You were an amazing blessing to me and to my kids. We were family, and I thank God for all of you.
I pray you are surrounded by the peace and love of Jesus and feel His comforting touch during this difficult time. Jesus is our only hope. I will continue...

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LOS ANGELES - With one stroke, entrepreneur Robert R. Taylor made a fortune, changed the way America washed up and doomed the bathroom soap dish to virtual obsolescence. It was Taylor who turned hand soap from a slippery lump to a dab from a pump. Taylor, who created Softsoap, the first...

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