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Roland H. Taylor

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Roland H. Taylor passed away suddenly on September 9, 2013. We lost our father, grandfather, great grandfather, partner and best friend. Rolly was born in Natick, MA in 1932. He graduated from Natick High School where he played on the championship football team. He served 2 years in the US Army, attended Stonier Graduate School of Banking and graduated from Williams College Graduate School of Banking. Roland started his career at the Framingham National Bank. During his 37 years, he worked his way up, retiring as president of Merchant's National Bank in Dover, NH. He was community-minded and especially enjoyed his service to the Rotary Club. He particularly enjoyed their spirited competitions with members of the Lion's Club as well. Rolly was a hard working family man who enjoyed every minute of his life. He always had several projects going (when he wasn't golfing). One of his best friends said that he never knew a day when Rolly wasn't happy. He was predeceased by Mary, his wife on 56 years; his sister, Grace; his brother "Buddy"; and his grandson, Timothy. He is survived by his son, Roland (Gus) H. Taylor Jr. and his wife, Patricia, of Kalamazoo, Mich.; his three daughters, Nadine Moran and her husband, Timothy, of Colchester, Vt., Susan Sanborn and her husband, William, of Newport, and Laura Trow and her husband, Jeffrey, of Sunapee; his foster son, William MacKenzie and his wife, Debra, of Swansea, Mass.; his 12 grandchildren, Jennifer, Molly, Roland III, Joseph, Jessica, William Jr., Matthew, Benjamin, Jeremy, Joshua, Tonya and Mark; and twelve great-grandchildren, Tyler, Cooper, Maya, Owen, Benjamin, Jasmine, Brayden, Xavier, Brayden, Cameron, Arabelle and Lilyanne; his companion, Betty Lombardo and her children, Peter, Linda and Chelsea. Relatives and friends may call on the family at the Newton-Bartlett Funeral, 42 Main Street in Newport on Friday September 13, 2013 from 7-9 pm. A graveside service will take place at 10am on Saturday September 14, 2013 at the East Croydon Cemetery on Cash Street in Croydon. Memorial contributions may be sent to: The Flying Yankee Restoration Group, Inc. at PO Box 145 N. Woodstock, NH 03262 www.flyingyankee.com or the . To view the guestbook or leave an online condolence, please visit www.newtonbartlett.com.



Funeral Home

Newton-Bartlett Funeral Home
42 Main Street Newport, NH 03216
(603) 863-2113

Published in Daytona Beach News-Journal on Sept. 17, 2013
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