OBITUARY

Mark James Taylor

November 23, 1970November 4, 2018
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Mark J. Taylor, age 47, passed away November 4, 2018. Beloved husband of Amy for 20 years; loving father of Patrick and Brenna; dear brother of Sean (Carmen), Marie (the late Ron) Cauchi and Catherine; he is predeceased by parents Malachy and Margaret and brother Paul. Mark was a 1988 graduate from Stevenson High School. He proudly worked for Chrysler for 22 years. When he wasn’t working he enjoyed spending time with his wife and kids in Caseville, MI. Mark had a deep love for the Great Lakes, fishing and a passion for cars, especially Chrysler muscle cars.

Please wear your MOST comfortable clothes, as we all know Mark hated to dress up.

Visitation Friday, November 9, 2018 3:00pm to 9:00pm. Resurrection Funeral Home. Funeral Service Saturday, November 10, 2018 10:00am. Resurrection Funeral Home. 40800 Hayes Rd., Clinton Twp., MI.

  • FAMILY

  • Amy Taylor, Wife
  • Loving father of Patrick and Brenna; dear brother of Sean (Carmen), Marie (the late Ron) Cauchi and Catherine; he is predeceased by parents Malachy and Margaret and brother Paul.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, November 9, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, November 10, 2018
REMEMBERING

Mark James Taylor

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Mopar Mongo

November 13, 2018

Mark, you are surely missed. You were a great man, always had a joke, made the hours go by quick at work, how fragile life is, how unpredictable it can be. Until we meet again, RIP my friend!

Marcy Turner

November 8, 2018

Our hearts were broken when we heard the news. I met my husband 27 years ago with Mark. That's where my stories start. Mark was always the guy that could make everyone laugh. He really was the life of the party. God took you to soon my friend. We didn't even get to say goodbye. Until we meet again.

Cindy Caperton

November 8, 2018

Mark was a loving and caring nephew to Rich and myself. He was so helpful to Amy's Grandparents and always willing to help all that new him. We have so many memories with him and Amy and Patrick and Brenna. Going to Corktown,the DIA. and to the haunted evening walk at Fort Wayne in Detroit ,playing cards at our house until dawn, and holidays and birthdays spent together. He had us always laughing. Mark will be missed and forever in our hearts. Love you always.

Patrick Turner

November 7, 2018

Mark and I grew up together directly across the street from one another. I had no brothers by blood but he was my brother regardless. We spend every day together for years as kids even worked together as teenagers at numerous jobs. He served as my best man in my wedding. As we grew older and life takes over and you only talk to each other once in a great while, when we did get together it was as if we were never apart, still finishing each other sentences, laughing and joking etc. He will always have a place in my heart. Memories I have together with him will keep me looking up and smiling every time a thought crosses my mind. RIP Mark you are in Gods hands now, love you and miss you brother.

Alexis (Sue) Bushay (Ratliff)

November 7, 2018

I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. I grew up with Mark as my neighbor, down the street. I have many fond memories of Mark from going camping, to Cedar Point, racing mopeds, and just hanging out in the neighborhood. Mark was like a brother to me as we were growing up, and he will be missed dearly. May you find comfort in knowing that he is in heaven now watching over you and will be with you no matter where you are. Rest in Peace, Mark.

Karin Evola Leggio

November 7, 2018

Heartbreaking to learn of Mark's passing. Went to school with Mark and was lucky to have met his lovely wife Amy and their children when they were babies. I have fond memories of Geoff & Mark in school and one of my most favorite was "Talkin turds with Taylor" and to this day it makes me laugh.
Life is a mystery, never know what is coming our way. I've learned in loss to love our people every single day, if a dreadful day like this should arrive we have no regrets. Sending prayers to the family. RIP Mark you will be missed.

Barbara Virgilio

November 7, 2018

On Sunday afternoon a void was felt on Medville Drive. A very visible, helpful and loving neighbor left us. Always there to help pull the cord on a lawn mower to get it started...To loosen a bolt too tight to unscrew…An extra set of hands to move and wrap a swing for winter. The sounds of a conversation with Larry that usually took place with an entire yard between them…A Chrysler companion who, at times, agreed that we could run the company better than those in charge…A number in my phone that I could rely on should I encounter any trouble. It is with a heavy heart I write this but I also know that I am thankful to live across the street from the family he leaves behind.

Katherine Dunlap

November 6, 2018

You were taken way too young precious SON-in-law of mine. I loved you like my very own SON, if I ever would have had one. You were kind and loving and always respectful to me and I will miss you greatly. So many precious memories of good family times, especially Taco Nights. Rest in Peace dear one. "Mom"

Uncle Gary & Aunt Debbie Dunlap

November 6, 2018

Mark driving the Pontoon on Saginaw Bay and most of it was under water. Mark was a wonderful person. Always someone you could count on. Will truly be missed!

Kathy Dunlap

November 6, 2018

We can all agree Mark was a great addition to the Dunlap Family. He was a great guy who always made us laugh and never hesitated to help any of us. The Xmas parties and the apple pie moonshine is a great memory that brings a smile to all of us.

Biography

Mark J. Taylor, age 47, passed away November 4, 2018. Beloved husband of Amy for 20 years; loving father of Patrick and Brenna; dear brother of Sean (Carmen), Marie (the late Ron) Cauchi and Catherine; he is predeceased by parents Malachy and Margaret and brother Paul. Mark was a 1988 graduate from Stevenson High School. He proudly worked for Chrysler for 22 years. When he wasn’t working he enjoyed spending time with his wife and kids in Caseville, MI. Mark had a deep love for the Great Lakes, fishing and a passion for cars, especially Chrysler muscle cars.

Please wear your MOST comfortable clothes, as we all know Mark hated to dress up.

Visitation Friday, November 9, 2018 3:00pm to 9:00pm. Resurrection Funeral Home. Funeral Service Saturday, November 10, 2018 10:00am. Resurrection Funeral Home. 40800 Hayes Rd., Clinton Twp., MI.