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George Allen Taliaferro

Hartford and Bloomfield, Connecticut

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TALIAFERRO, George Allen George Allen Taliaferro, 92, beloved husband of the late Grace (Graham) Taliaferro, departed this life peacefully on Tuesday, (January 27, 2004) at the Hebrew Home and Hospital. Born in Georgetown, TN, son of the late John and Hannah Taliaferro, he lived in...

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On this special day as we celebrate the birth of our Savior, I have mixed emotions because I feel the great loss of not having my Dad with me. Words cannot express these feelings. I do thank God for the time He gave us with him. It was a beautiful life. Fond memories will always remain as long as I live.

This time of year is when I really miss my Dad. We have enjoyed the holidays together for so long that I feel his spirit and remember the fun. During this season, I wish for everyone the best of life and that they would remember that Jesus' birth is what we are celebrating. My Dad would have been giving God all the glory and praise for all the good things He does for us, so I will continue to do the same as I know it would make him happy. My Dad and Mom are at home with Jesus, which makes...

My dad was a daddy indeed. I thank my Abba Father for giving us so many pleasurable years with him. Lovingly, Hazel

I can't help but remember all the wonderful years God allowed me to have with my Dad as well as my Mom. I want everyone to know how important family is. Material possessions are fine. But they mean absolutely nothing in the final stages of life. The love and the surrounding of family and friends are the last joys of life. So I'm glad God showed His mercy to me and my family and did for us what we could not do for ourselves. This was my first Fathers Day without Mr. T, but my God has proven to...

"My honey" is how a referred to him,with the greatest of respect and affection. His good humor and unimposing way is what i will miss most. He was handsome and debonair at all times,with a matching smile.This Father's Day I am sure he was sorely missed by me and many others. I love you "honey". God has blessed you mightily.Heaven has received a wonderful "farmer".

There are so many things to say. What a wonderful life to have touched us all. Grandaddy seemed to love everything about life. He made you feel different about nature, people and what you can get out of them that's nothing but good. One of the best party's I have ever been to in my life was grandaddy's about 2 years ago I think. He was laughing, singing and telling short stories or jokes (smiles) to everybody. His friends were all there, and my word, nobody under the age of 80! How...

When I think of my grandfather, I think of a man who left a lasting impression on me. I think of all the times that we spent together, the conversations we had, and remember how much I always admired him. How I admired his strength and virtue. When we were together, he would tell me stories of when he was young or when was growing up. The difference in the times always astounded me. As he walked me through the story of his life, I hoped that my memory would one day be as strong as his so I...