AVIS DE DÉCÈS

Ronald Duane Taylor a.k.a. Aztec

25 novembre 195918 septembre 2020
Visionner la présentation hommage

Ronald Duane Taylor unexpectedly passed away on Friday, September 18th 2020. He was born in Houston Texas, and attended Klein Forest High. He was predeceased by his grandfather Roy Canales and his grandmother Amelia Canales. Ronnie was a devoted and loving son survived by his mother Velia (Vee) Nugent and stepfather Rayford Nugent of Naples FL. As Aztec, he is survived by his wife and soulmate of 25 years, Suzanne (Shine) Taylor of Pompano Beach FL. As Dado, he was a strong and caring father to his 2 children, his son Joshua Taylor and his daughter Amanda Taylor of Austin TX. As Pa, he beamed in pride at his two wonderful grandchildren, Jordan Robuccio and Angelina Robuccio of Fitchburg MA, for becoming the adults they grew to be.

Ronnie lovingly embraced his role as stepfather and friend to both Anthony Robuccio and Matthew Robuccio of Fitchburg, MA. He adored his niece Nikki Cimas of Houston, TX. As Vice president of WOMMC Deerfield, FL, Ronnie enjoyed riding motorcycles with his brothers. His other favorite hobbies included boating and fishing. Ronald had his own Auto Repair Shop in Austin Tx before moving to Massachusetts where he became a jewelry department manager. After moving to Fort Lauderdale, FL in 2001 he maintained that role until he transitioned into a construction supervisor in 2016.

His funeral will be held at Kraeer Funeral Home located at 1199 NE 36th St Pompano Beach, FL 33064

In lieu of flowers the family requests donations in Ronnie’s name to any of the organizations below:

Wounded Warriors

https://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/

Homes for Veterans

https://www.hfotusa.org/

Mental Health Awareness

https://www.nami.org/Home

ASPCA

https://www.aspca.org/

  • FAMILLE

  • Suzanne Taylor, Wife
  • Joshua Taylor, Son
  • Amanda Taylor, Daughter
  • Anthony Robuccio, Step Son
  • Matthew Robuccio, Step Son
  • Velia Nugent, Mother
  • Rayford Nugent, Step Father
Envoyer des fleurs ENVOYEZ VOS
CONDOLÉANCES
recevoir
des avis

Services

recevoir
des avis
Démontrer
votre soutien

Souvenirs

Ronald Duane Taylor a.k.a. Aztec

VOUS AVEZ UN SOUVENIR OU DES CONDOLÉANCES À AJOUTER?

ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
Tina Jardim

26 septembre , 2020

John (Pipe) Klein

26 septembre , 2020

My brother you were always there when ever we needed you. The last time I saw you I never thought it would be the last time I would be able to give you a hug. I love you brother ride on and ill see you on the other side. FTW WFO!

Laura Howard

25 septembre , 2020

One of my favorite pictures of you! So many great times that will always be treasured memories. Aztec, Shine, Howie and Laura -- camping buddies, great friends, and yes, family. Remember when you helped move my mom into her assisted living apartment, remember when we went to the keys, remember when we camped those years and shared an RV, remember all the laughter and great times together. Remember birthday parties -- we are twins with different mothers! I'll always remember you with love Ron. I am truly blessed to have known you and call you my friend.

Karen Rademacher

25 septembre , 2020

I had no idea that morning would be the last time we would talk. You were so excited about Pipe (Jonathan). You were such a great person and you will be missed dearly. Anytime you would see me you would always ask me how many cigarettes I had and that was our joke. Sleep with the angels my friend and brother. Shine I am always here for you sister. Love Rob and Karen

Tina Jardim

25 septembre , 2020

RIP BROTHER

Tina Jardim

25 septembre , 2020

Tina Jardim

25 septembre , 2020

Tina Jardim

25 septembre , 2020

We will always ❤ you brother

Tina Jardim

25 septembre , 2020

Tina Jardim

25 septembre , 2020

We will always ❤ you Aztec

DE LA FAMILLE
DE LA FAMILLE
DE LA FAMILLE
DE LA FAMILLE
DE LA FAMILLE
DE LA FAMILLE
DE LA FAMILLE
DE LA FAMILLE

Reel Serenity

DE LA FAMILLE

Great catch

DE LA FAMILLE