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Richard Earl Taylor

Phoenix, Arizona

Dec 10, 1943 – Sep 28, 2018 (Age 74)

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Phoenix- Richard "Dick`" Earl Taylor. Born December 10, 1943 in Phoenix, Arizona to Walter Earl Taylor and Cleo Taylor.Passed away September 28, 2018, in Phoenix, where he was a lifelong resident. As a child, and his sisters spent their summers with their grandparents in southern...

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I am a client of Richard Taylor since 1997 he has taken care of me in court. He was so easy to talk to and would always call me back. I don't know what I'm going to do now. I have been so sad but I'm so happy that he was my Attorney, I will always miss him he was a very good man. RIP Mr. Taylor

Richard and I were good friends in the early sixties and shared a couple of road trip adventures, including one in which his sports car broke down in the Mohave Desert. After being out of touch for five decades, we reconnected (thanks to social media) in November of last year. I learned about Richard's wild road trip rallies around the world and, on some short road trips, I introduced him to the beauty and culture of northern New Mexico, which he had not previously discovered. We celebrated...

I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Taylors passing, I was a client of his for several years and always felt like he heard me. Many times when you're suffering so badly and in pain it seems like you can't see the forest for the trees and I felt like Mr. Taylor was a light in that forest. My heart is broken even though I've never met him he was always like that big brother that Could fight the bully. My heart feels very heavy and sad and I believe the world has lost a very special man. Sincerely...

This picture was one of those moments that he was totally in his element, enjoying life. I will miss him for the rest of my life. He is a one of a kind man and there will never been another like him.

Sending my condolences to Brittany, Richard was a good man and I enjoyed working in his firm for many years. He will be missed by many. I remember him telling the story of when his father passed his dog was outside howling. I am sure that many animals in his life were sad by his own passing. I can't beleive I'll never talk with him again. RIP RET

Condolences to his family and all who knew him... He was a great man, full of love for all, including animals.

It's with great sadness that I learn of Richard's passing. His friendship is one of the genuine treasures of my life. My sincere condolences to Karen and all his family.

I am truly sorry to read of the loss of this great man. May fond memories and the love of family and many friends comfort you during this difficult time.