We're so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. We really enjoyed having your family as neighbors when you lived in Milo. Wayne was a great help when Kevin was building his garage. May peace be with your family during this difficult time.
Debbie and Kevin Nichols
“I worked with Wayne many years ago. Very sorry to hear about this. my condolences to his family.
“My deepest condolences go to the Taylor family. Wayne was my best friend for allot of years and even though we hadn't stayed in contact he will not be forgotten. We had allot of great times growing up.
Mike Hamel - Cheyenne, Wyoming
“Babe I miss you so dam much,im hurting every day,but I do no im very happy you aren't in pain or suffering,....you went so peacefully,that's how I wanted it.its hard to believe your gone,but never ever in my life time forgotten...love you so much,til we meet again babe,....
“Babe its been only 5 days and I think its been the wosre days of my life, I miss you so much,im trying not to think of you being gone,I do know im so glad you aren't suffering,and went peacefully in your sleep,you fought that disease for 3 years and you did dam well....I love you so much..til we meet again my love....forever...
“Thanks for the kindness you gave to my children, parents, and myself during a period of my life when I needed kindness the most! You will be greatly missed and my prayers and love go out to you Tracy.
“Tracy, I am so sorry to hear about Wayne. Know that I am thinking of you.
“Tracy I am so sorry for your loss!! Love you
“so sorry to hear of your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you...
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WASHINGTON - Wayne A. Taylor, 58, died Nov. 29, 2012, at MaineGeneral Medical Center, Augusta. He was born Sept. 9, 1954, in Milo. Wayne graduated in 1973 from Old Town High School and then went on to Northern Maine Vocational Technical Institute where he studied masonry, which is what he spent...Read More