George "Brother"-Taylor-Obituary

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George "Brother" William Taylor Jr.

Hanford, California

Apr 26, 1953 – Feb 28, 2013 (Age 59)

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Those were the days my friend
We'd thought they'd never end
We'd sing and dance......
To my high school friend George.....God bless you and your smile that never let me down.....
To George's family..God be with you all.

Thank you, my friend, for being you. You were loved and will be missed by many.

Will miss you George

A new star shines brightly in the infinite skies. I'll look up and know you are "Just Fine". Rest in peace, my long-time friend. Love, Lupe

Rock heaven too brother..........

I met George threw his sister Sharon I heard him sing many times he always had a good sence of humor and the smile just like Sharon he will make everyone happy tell Sharon I miss her may you rest in peace

George I hope you & Melvin get together up there in heaven. Some day when I get there I'd to hear both of you sing together. Always a friend Earl Horn:

I've known George's sister, Annie, since we were kids at Lincoln Elementary and remember George even then. Over the years, I was fortunate to hear George sing at various venues. What a talent and what a great day in Paradise it is now that he's singing for the Lord. To all of the family: "The Lord will never give you more than you can bear". God bless you all.

my condolences to the taylor family I was a classmate of kathy taylor . I remember the band playing at Lincoln elem seeing george taylor playing looking behind me and seeing the psychedlic punch bowl projecting the light on the wall. my first concert! God Bless.


George "Brother"'s Obituaries

George William Taylor, Jr. 59, fondly remembered as "Brother" by his siblings, entered into eternal peace on Thursday, February 28, 2013. He was predeceased by his father George W. Taylor, Sr., his sisters Kathy and Sharon and his beloved infant daughter Jessica. He leaves his loving...

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