Robert E. KAYLOR
KAYLOR - Robert E. Age 76 of Gowanda October 2, 2016. Husband of Mary "Cathy" Kaylor; father of James Kaylor and Michele Kernen and the late Robert L. Kaylor; grandfather of Celina and Jacob Kernen, also survived by nieces and nephews; brother of the late David Kaylor and Ruth Brown. Friends may call at the SCHINDLER FUNERAL HOME, 44 Center St. Gowanda, from 2-5PM on Sunday where funeral services will be held Monday October 10, 2016 at 11AM. Interment in Markhams Cemetery at a later date. Memorials to Roswell, PO Box 631, Buffalo, NY 14240 or to the Collins Public Library PO Box 470 Collins, NY 14034

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Published by Buffalo News on Oct. 7, 2016.
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I too was a BOCES student (80-82), though I didn't become an Electrician, I have been in the electrical sales business for 30 years, and used many of the skills I learned from Mr Kaylor. I too have made a good living with those skills. My condolences to the family.
Mark Dickey
October 18, 2016
My sincerest sympathy I send to the Kaylor family. I enjoyed having the boys and Michelle in my classes at Pine Valley Central School. Sorry for the loss, best wishes, Mrs. Patricia Brown
October 12, 2016
Deepest sympathy to Cathy and family, Bob will be very missed. Prayers for peace. Golden memories will forever be with you. Love, Rob and Anne
Anne Roberts
October 9, 2016
Mr. Kaylor was one of the best teachers I ever had. He taught me a 1st class trade that helped me make a great living over the years. I hated the music he played on Fridays during class. It was boys Choir all during testing. Had a great time in your class Bob. I remember it like yesterday.
Gerald Smagacz
October 9, 2016
In life I think everyone has a teacher or two that make a positive difference in your life, Mr. Kaylor (I could never call him Bob or Robert) was one for me. Although I never became a electrician a lot of the things he taught me were used later on and still used today. I think of him often and can still hear him use his booming and colorful voice of his. I'm sorry to hear of his passing and give my condolences to his wife and family.
Tim, Class of 1977
Tim Donovan
October 8, 2016