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In Loving Memory


John "Jack" William Taylor

Born in Brigden, Ontario

April 13, 1935

Died in Sarnia, Ontario

December 9, 2018

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Obituary Announcement

Taylor, John William


Peacefully on Sunday December 9, 2018 at Twin Lakes Terrace Nursing Home in Sarnia, at the age of 83. Survived by his children Beverly Smith (Peter), Debra Scott (Mark), Lori Taylor (Art Bianchini), and John Taylor (Kelly).  Remembered by his grandchildren Jennifer, Jaime, Ryan, Kyle, Michelle, Jeffrey, Madeline, and Carter.  Remembered by great-grandchildren Collin, Troy, Brooke, Lucas, Kaitlyn, Syrus, Edyn, Trinity, Austin, Lylah, Paisley, Kylie, Axel, Cedrin, and Anna Mae. Predeceased by his partner Lorraine Avison. The family wish to express their gratitude to Dr Kim of Bluewater Health Palliative Care for his care and handling of dad at Twin Lakes Nursing Home in his final days. Remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family online in “Jack’s Guestbook” at If desired, donations to St Joseph’s Hospice, Palliative Care Clinic would be appreciated.


Memorial Visitation

Private Family Services.

Memorial Gathering

Private Family Services.



Lakeview Crematorium.


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RIP Dad.

John Taylor

Jack was a fine man, I worked with him in the 80's at Lambton Ford, we had many a drink together. Jack you are on a new journey know.Terry Davidson

Terry Davidson

Dear Beverly, Debra, Lori & John, So sorry for the loss of your dad. We have fond memories of Jack -- especially those of afternoons spent boating with runs to the Zebra Bar for the best hamburgers ever. He will be remembered as an avid salesman & outdoorsman, mentor & friend. Our thoughts are with the family @ this difficult time.

John & Val Shrumm

So sad to hear of dads passing, i have a lot of cherished memories of him when he came to the boat races with us, and my days of working at the car lot, he always was good to me and made me laugh with his humour. I know he will be missed .

jerry helwig

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