Neil Houghton Taylor (Passed away 12 Jul 2016)

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St. Margarets Church St. Margarets Road Olton, Solihull B92 7AP
26th Jul 2016
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In loving memory of Neil Houghton Taylor who sadly passed away on 12th July 2016. We would very much like to welcome anyone who wishes to join us to remember him. As a service of celebration we would appreciate if you would refrain from wearing traditional black but instead choose something befitting a celebration of his life.
We shall be having flowers from family members only, but if anyone felt that they wanted to make a donation we know that Dad was very keen to support both the Queen Elizabeth Liver Foundation UK and Cancer Research UK.
Finally, we would love to see and share any pictures you may have of Dad as you remember him in happier times. Please, upload them so that we can share them with everyone on the day.

Janet and Auntie Peggy Freer donated in memory of Neil

With many happy memories of Neil and his Mum and Dad, Frank and Edith.
Through childhood and teenage years we had great fun together and the knowledge of his death has saddened us very much.
Every good wish to the family now.
Janet, Brian and Auntie Peggy x x

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Darren BARGUSS is attending the funeral and the reception
Darren BARGUSS donated in memory of Neil

For Neil Taylor , a great man. Darren Barguss

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Darren BARGUSS wrote

A great man.

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Darren BARGUSS wrote

I met Neil in my early days at Land Rover. Neil worked in New Model Launch as a project manager when I joined as a young and inexperienced engineer. Soon we struck up a great working relationship , he coached and guided me in the style you would expect from Neil - supporting , understanding and nurchering. For many years we had a great team approach to everything with Neil and it was a pleasure to work with him. We kept in contact when he left with the occasional visit and always a Christmas card. He will be sadly missed.

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Karen Bruton wrote

I met Neil through Sam just after Fraser was born I am Sam's hairdresser I also did Neil's hair for him he was a wonderful kind man a real gentleman he always had a smile and made the best damson gin I have ever tasted.
Neil you will be sadly missed by everyone who knew you I was one of those fortunate ones and lucky ones to have known you rest in peace a true gentleman xxxxxx

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