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September 25, 2018

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February 15, 2018
I always like talking to Jim. He covered my hay for many years and was a good businessman. We had very open conversations about life and the pursuit of happy living. I will miss him and his laugh.
Mike Clark
January 3, 2018
My deepest sympathy to the entire Taylor family. May God be with you during this most difficult time.
January 3, 2018
As the accountant to most of Jim's family, I got to know Jim pretty well and he will be sorely missed.

My sincerest condolences to you Mary, and the rest of the family.

Jim would always walk into my office with a big smile and then keep smiling while we talked about business. He always had a "plan" but also had many good questions.

I am praying for comfort and understanding that only the Lord can give to you. Like the song says "Earth has no sorrow that Heaven can't cure."

Sincerely,
Greg Groen
January 1, 2018
I knew Jim quite well and our friendship grew over the years. Some of the memories were simply on the phone talking business and usually laughing or something like that as we saw the industry change and grow. I have the utmost respect for my friend Jim. He, indeed, will be missed, and I may be a bit lost without his knowledge. We always got along...I am a fortunate man to know him. For the family, we send our prayers and love to help you through some of your hardest days.