Neill Funeral Home

3401 Market Street, Camp Hill, PA


Glenn Robert Taylor Jr.

October 28, 1931May 24, 2020

Glenn R. Taylor, Jr., 88, of Mechanicsburg, passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 24, 2020 at Sarah A. Todd Memorial Home. Glenn was born on Oct. 28, 1931, the son of Glenn and Lillian (Prenatt) Taylor of Oil City. Mr. Taylor was a 1950 graduate of Oil City High School. He served in the U.S. Navy in Guam and Hawaii from 1950 to 1954. He then graduated from Woodbury University in 1957. Glenn married the love of his life, Phyllis M. Uplinger on Dec. 20, 1952 and together they raised two sons. Glenn began his banking career of 31 years at First Seneca Bank and retired as senior vice president in Pittsburgh. Being civic minded, Glenn enjoyed serving the Oil City community as Oil City Chamber president, Oil City Hospital Board of Directors president, and the Oil City Housing Authority. He and his wife, Phyllis served as Chairman of the Oil Heritage Week. He was an active member at Good Hope Lutheran Church serving in many capacities including council president, treasurer, Sunday school teacher, youth leader and choir. Loved ones left to cherish his memory are his wife, Phyllis Taylor of Mechanicsburg; his children, Scott Taylor and his wife, Pamela of Corinth, Texas; Mark Taylor and his wife, Jeannie of Mechanicsburg; six grandchildren and 4 great granddaughters. A private family funeral service will take place at St. Timothy’s Lutheran Church in Camp Hill on Thursday, May 28, 2020 at and an open burial service at Brandon Cemetery on Friday, May 29, 2020 with viewing at 1:00 PM and service at 1:30 PM in the Chapel at Brandon Cemetery. The family suggests memorial donations in lieu of flowers be sent to St. Timothy’s Lutheran Church, 4200 Carlisle Pike, Camp Hill, PA 17011; Alzheimer’s Association: Greater Pennsylvania Chapter, 9378, 2595.


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Tom Mohney

June 4, 2020

Your family is being thought about and wished much comfort in the days and weeks to come. May God ease your sorrow and support you at this difficult time.

Tom Mohney

Jim Melesky

May 31, 2020

Glenn had many skills and talents. Whether a business meeting, fishing trip or round of golf, he had the ability to turn strangers into acquaintances and acquaintances into life long friends. Among his many endearing qualities was his ability to always be kind, generous and never miss a chance for laughter. Anyone who knew Glenn was given a special gift- friendship from a man who never placed himself ahead of others, always remained loyal and made the gospel the center of his life. He was truly a good man who I had the distinct privilege to call my friend.

Nancy Davis (Wagner)

May 30, 2020

I wanted to send my sympathy to you and your family. I have fond memories of your father while we were growing up and going to Good Hope.

Trish Gartzke

May 28, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss . Glenn was a special man . My thoughts and prayers are with you all .

Trish LPN 7-3

Mark Ziegler

May 28, 2020

Our hearts go out to Phyllis, Scott, Mark, and all the Taylor family at Glenn's passing. Glenn was a man that our whole family both admired & respected. In his day, when he was at the top of his game, he was a indomitable spirit with a quick wit, an eagerness to help others, and a loyal friend to all who knew him well.

We wish Glenn God's eternal peace, and His comfort to the family he left behind.

Mark & Donna

Tom Morkin

May 28, 2020

Sincere sympathies to Phyllis and family.
Glenn was an inspiration to me and many others throughout my career in banking and in service to family, community, faith and friends.

David M. Hunter, Jr.

May 27, 2020

Dear Phyllis:
I wish to extend my condolences to you and your family for the .loss of your your beloved
Glenn. His passing may put him out of sight but your wonderful memories will remain with you forever. Our Oil City,Pa. High School Class of 1950 was blessed to have had BOTH you & Glenn as members of our Class & we remain grateful to God for the many
Reunions we all enjoyed in both Oil City & Florida. I know that God will be with you during this time of sorrow. Love, Dave Hunter

Linda Petulla

May 27, 2020

Hello, It is me again. Sorry, I have been thinking of Glenn since I saw this online. I thought I would share another story that Glenn told me.
When Glenn was a young man, he knew my father Anthony Petulla, but he was friends with my uncle Joe Petulla. One day he came down to my fathers and uncle's house on Front Street. The Petulla's had the whole block on Front Street. He came to the house and my Uncle came out to talk to him. Not long, my Grandmother came out and started yelling that Joe had work to do and to get in the house. Glenn said she scared him so bad ( all 90 lbs of her ), that he ran all the way back up to his house. We laughed so hard at that memory because little Italian ladies can really scare you.. Thank you .. I Hope you enjoy this memory as much as I do. Linda Petulla-Collins

Linda Petulla

May 27, 2020

To the Taylor Family, Glenn hired me at First Seneca Bank August 1974. He actually did this for a neighbor of his, Dick Bucholz. That goes to show what kind of Man he was. This was my first job, making $330.00 a month and I had money galore ( LOL ). Anyways, when I saw Glenn's passing, I couldn't pass up the chance to tell you how wonderful he was to me. I couldn't has asked for a better Boss. So kind and caring. I actually left FSB in 1982 to start a family. In 1987 when I was ready to go back into the workforce, this beautiful Person, hired me back. Can you believe it? Words cannot express how I feel about him as a boss. I can just image what a wonderful husband,father,grandfather, he was. Respectfully, Linda Petulla-Collins

Miriam Houtz

May 26, 2020

Dear Phyl -

Please know I'm thinking of you and your family and you are in my prayers. As fellow members of the class of 1950 at Oil City High School, our friendship goes back a long way. We have had lots of wonderful memories over the years. Will be in touch with you soon.

Much love, Miriam Houtz