Rodney Paul Taylor
1968 - 2020
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It is with great sadness that the family of Rodney Paul Taylor announce his passing of natural causes on June 22, 2020 at the age of 52. He will be sadly missed by his children Megan and Nathan Taylor and Sidney Parks. He is predeceased by his parents Paul and Nicole, his brother Ryan and his cousin Brian Horth. Rodney will be remembered by his passion for music that he passed on to his children, his sense of humour and his loud laughter. Internment will take place on Friday, July 3rd at 3 p.m. at Lundy's Lane Cemetery where he will be put to rest with his family. Due to the current Covid situation, only 10 people will be allowed at a time.

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Published in St. Catharines Standard on Jun. 30, 2020.
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July 1, 2020
Rodneys mom Nicole was my very best friend, growing up on York St. In Welland. The Bourdages family lived directly across the street from our family. We spent all of our free time together. Our family moved to Ross st. when I was 13. We stayed in touch until we each married. Nicole was fun and kind and a very good painter.
May Rodney Rest In Peace.

Sincere condolences
Cathy (nee LaCharite) Kimber
June 30, 2020
I'd like to say Rod always thought of his kids. We reacquainted ourselves the past couple of years, and it was good. His music, and some good memories, but he would always talk about his kids. 'Gonna miss that guy. Always helped if he could. He would probably like something "punk-rock" said..' but he knows. He's with Lemmy Kilmiester now. I'm sure he's laughing now. Condolences to his children. Meg/Nathan...' only met a couple times, but your Dad was a cool guy! Same with your uncle Ryan, who I knew' and knew he loved. They're together again. Remember the good times. All the best in these times.
Jason Hesse
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