Gary Neal Taylor

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Gary Taylor
1967 - 2018
GARDINER - Mr. Gary Neal Taylor, of Farmingdale, Maine, born on March 16, 1967 in Gardiner, Maine, to Fred Taylor and Shirley Taylor, passed away at age 51 on Aug. 1, 2018 in Gardiner.
Gary attended Hall Dale for high school. Gary proudly served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1985 - 1989. He also served in the Marine Corps Reserve from 1987 - 1993. Gary was the husband of Tammy Taylor.
He was preceded in death by his grandmothers, Helen Marston and Muriel Taylor; and grandfathers, Raymond "Red" Marston and Fred Taylor.
Gary is survived by his stepsons, Anthony and Marcus Guimond; a stepdaughter, whom he loved as his own, McKenzie Pratt; his only brother, Fred Taylor III; sister, Nicole Taylor; sister, Gwendolyn DeRaps and brother-in-law, Gerard DeRaps; many beloved uncles, aunts, nephews and nieces. He also leaves behind his adored cats, Skinny and Fatness.
He had many hobbies including fishing, hunting, and bowling. Friends and family are welcome to attend the memorial service, officiated by Pastor Chris Johnson, on Thursday, Aug. 16 at 12:30 p.m. at Central Church formerly known as Kennebec Community Church, 20 Mission Avenue, Augusta, Maine. Gary will be escorted by his fellow service men, the Patriot Riders of America-Maine Chapter Two, to his final resting place at Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 163 Mount Vernon Road, Augusta, Maine, where he will receive a military honor before being laid to rest among his brothers in service.
Gary's family welcomes everyone to celebrate his life and share your memories at the American Legion Route 17, Augusta, Maine, after the service.

Published in Central Maine on Aug. 12, 2018
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