Paul Taylor

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Paul Benjamin Taylor          Married: Glenda Faye Brannen
P. O. Box 185                   Children: Cynthia Paulette, 4
Yulee, Florida                   Occupation: State Trooper
Since “CHS”: Served in U.S. Army; employed by S.R.D. after service. Married in 1963, worked at V.A. Hospital. Employed by F.H.P. Attended Patrol Academy, Tallahassee, and stationed at Yulee, Florida
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NAME: Paul B. Taylor                    OCCUPATION: Fla. Highway Patrol (Captain)
SPOUSE: Glenda Brannen Taylor     OCCUPATION: Dental Assistant
ADDRESS E. PHONE: 1011 W. Baffin Drive, Venice, FL 33595 PH 813/493-9141
NAMES & AGES OF CHILDREN: Cynthia – 20, Paul, Jr. – 5
EDUCATION: Fla. Highway Patrol Training Academy; Law enforcement courses & certification
JOBS HELD SINCE GRADUATION: Surveyor and state trooper
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR ACTIVITIES SINCE GRADUATION:  U.S. Army, married 6/63 employed as surveyor, joined FLA Hwy Patrol 10/66, stationed in Fernandina Bch Jax, Ft. Myers, Venice, Tallahassee General Headquarters, Presently Troop Commander of Troop F, Bradenton

Paul Benjamin Taylor
6 Sep 1942 – 27 Feb 2007
Buried: Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens

 

 

 

 

 

Paul B. Taylor Sr.
Lieutenant Colonel Paul B. Taylor, Sr., 64, of Tallahassee, FL died Tuesday February 27, 2007 in Lake City. He was born in Lake City to the late Benjamin Tillman and Dollie Mae Jordan Taylor and moved to Tallahassee in 1983 prior to living in Venice for several years. Mr. Taylor retired from the Florida Highway Patrol as a Lieutenant Colonel after thirty eight years of service. In his spare time he enjoyed fishing and traveling. He was of the Baptist faith and was preceded in death by his loving wife of forty two years Glenda Faye Taylor in 2005.

Mr. Taylor is survived by his son, Paul Taylor, Jr. (Laura Bradley), Tallahassee; Daughter and son-in-law, Cindy and Steve Noland, Waynesville, NC; three brothers, Floyd Taylor (Lee), James Taylor (Betsy Dyals), all of Lake City; and Bennie Taylor (Joan), Live Oak; three sisters, Esta Mae Bedenbaugh (Roy), Doris Stalvey, and Frances Ash, all of Lake City. Two grandchildren, Caitlin and Travis Noland, Waynesville, NC; his mother in law, Fayree Brannen of Lake City; and many nieces and nephews also survive.

Interment on Friday, March 2, 2007 at Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens Cemetery.

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