Robert Taylor

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Robert Taylor
1938 - 2016
Robert Taylor died peacefully in his sleep surrounded by his family in his home in Parma, Idaho on February 13, 2016. He was 77.
Robert was born on December 14, 1938 in Alamo, Texas to Elias and San Juana Taylor.
He met and married the love of his life, wife Patricia, on January 25, 1957. They recently celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary. They resided in Parma where they raised all six children. He was a hard-working man and supported his family by working two jobs and instilled a good work ethic for his kids. Robert was also a self-taught mechanic and he shared his wisdom with his friends and family. With the loss of his mother at an early age, and being an only son, he assisted in the patriarchal role of caring and being responsible for nine sisters.
The outdoors was his serenity. He loved camping, hunting, and fishing with his family along the great lakes and mountains of Idaho. This is where his fatherly skills excelled. He loved music, singing, and beautifully expressed his feelings with his quick wit and humor. His life was a testimony of his deep faith in his Creator and God. He will be genuinely missed by all who knew and loved him.
Robert was preceded in death by his parents, Elias and San Juana, and three sisters, Elida, Estella, and Lilly. His legacy will proceed by his wife, Patricia; children, Laura, Annitta, Ramona, Susanne, Bob, and Chris; sisters, Lupe, Ofelia, Mary, Natalia, Adela, Becky, Bertha, and Elizabeth; along with numerous in-laws and grandchildren.
A Celebration of Robert's Life will be held on Saturday, February 20th, from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. at the Senior Citizen Center located at 410 N. 8th St. in Parma, Idaho. Rudy Desaro will be officiating.

Published in Idaho Press Tribune on Feb. 16, 2016