Robert Taylor

Born in Cedar Rapids, IA
Born on Jul 9, 1922
Departed on Jan 13, 2016

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My sincere condolences to the Taylor Family. I'm just a fan of his son's acting performance and I would like to thank Mr. Robert Taylor for raising such a son and person... Rest in Peace Mr. Robert Taylor...

We were very sorry to learn of Bob's passing. Both of us had been employed by NDP, Jim for a short period of time, and myself for many years. I am truly grateful for the business and personal opportunities that were mine because of Bob's initiative in starting the company. We know he will be greatly missed by family and friends.

My sympathy to the Taylor family. I worked for NDP for many years and was always proud to have worked there. I never got a chance to thank Bob for starting the company and allowing me to work there.

Sending my sympathy to the Taylor family in the loss of your loved one. May he rest in peace until you meet again.

My prayers and most sincere condolences go out to the Family and Friends of Robert Taylor. May God bless you all and grant you His loving strength, peace and mercy at this time of loss. In Robert Taylor's honor and to offer some small solace for his wife, Mary, his children, especially Susan and her husband Tom, and the rest of his Family, I offer the following verse. I hope that it helps even a just little.... <3 THE STRONGEST MAN...(By Michael M. Kelly Sr.) There never was a man so strong, That the earth trembled as he walked about, There never was a man so strong, That the mountains shook when he would shout, There never was a man so strong, That the oceans would overflow if he wept, But there was a man so strong, That all that knew him will not forget. <3

My sincere condolences to the Taylor Family. May stories of the many travel adventures with Bob add to comforting memories in your time of grief. Barbara Ochs (his and Mary's travel consultant for many years)

So sorry to hear this, Liz, Sarah, Dave and Ben, and your Mom, Marion. I loved what he wished to be remembered for - "He wished to be remembered as a thinker, and so he is." Thinking of you with sympathy and fondness. Sue.

I was privileged to be a "member" of the Taylor clan for five years serving as nanny to Robin and Meredith. I was from the first day treated as a member of the family, and welcomed throughout the whole time I served as nanny. Mary and Bob treated me so well and were so loving that I remember those days fondly. Much love, prayers and blessings to you all. Love, Teri

My sincere condolences on the Taylor family's loss. He lived life to the fullest and I'll remember him in my prayers.

To all the Taylor clan of which I am an errant member, how I wish I had known my Cousin Bob better. I am grateful for the email correspondence we conducted between Switzerland and Iowa in which I developed a deep affection and respect for him. May we all enjoy fond memories.

To His Family: My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. He was a wonderful man who raised a terrific family. May you enjoy countless fond memories of him.

To the Taylor Family - I send my warmest and deepest condolences... Robert was a great man on earth, and will be a greater man in heaven. Sending a special prayer- may he rest in peace in God's hands... Crescenzo Notarile (Director of Photography on 'Gotham')

Deb and family: We are so sorry for your loss. Your Dad sounds like a wonderful man and so blessed to have a long life. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Sue Gerth & Lee Miller