Stewart Taylor

July 7, 1943December 3, 2020

Taylor, Stewart Manuel, 77 of Centreville passed away peacefully at home Dec 03, 2020. Born in Victoria Beach, he was the late son of Lloyd and Alberta (Weir) Taylor.

He was a clam digger for 20 years and then a fisherman until his retirement. He loved taking his pups for their morning drives daily, gardening and several different collections. He is survived by his wife Lorraine (Gregory ; daughters, May (Marcel) Levesque of Plympton; Darlene (Wade) Taylor of Dartmouth and sons Trevor Scott Taylor of Vancouver, BC; Stewart (Joan) Taylor of Musquash, NB; Luke Taylor of Centreville; siblings Dorothy (David, deceased) Hudson of Port Wade; Marjorie (Milton) Hudson of Port Wade; Mildred (David, deceased) Ring of Victoria Beach; Grace (Davis) Moschuk of Tilsonburg, Ont; John (Betty) Taylor of Victoria Beach; Lloyd (Sue) Taylor of Victoria Beach; several grandchildren and great-grandchldren.

He was predeceased by his great-granddaughter Becca; by siblings Alice Orde and Elsie Stanton. As requested by Stewart in his last wishes there will not be any services or visitation, his wish was to be cremated, brought home to be close to his wife Lorraine and his pup Muffy.


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Christian Orde

December 11, 2020

I never really known you all that great. But what I do know and what I heard from my grandmother Alice is that you were such a wonderful man. Always full of life. Please say hello my grandmother for me in heaven. Heaven has gained another angel. May you rest in peace

Valerie Lawrence

December 11, 2020

Mae I will always remember the drives to Victoria beach on the back of your dads truck. We had a lot of fun

Gordon Kinghorn

December 11, 2020

Stuart was a very good carpenter. He built a house in Victoria Beach practically all by himself. He worked all day long and well into the night pounding nails and sawing boards. Stuart was a very hard worker and a great guy. Rest in Peace.

Sheila Clayton

December 11, 2020

My sincere condolences to Stewart’s family . Although we haven’t been in touch for many years I do have lots of memories of when we lived next door in Victoria Beach many years ago . One memory that I have told many times is when we were hanging out at his house ,his Mum brought us out a nice sandwich . Stewart asked what I thought it was and I said chicken , He informed me it was porcupine,I ran in and asked his mum and yes it was. I just could not imagine ,but Stewart had a great laugh . Rest In Peace Stewart

Phil Carty

December 9, 2020

Stewart was a terrific, soft spoken man. I grew up in centerville and spent summers baiting trawl for him and Lorraine. Rest In Peace Stew

Ashlynn Taylor

December 8, 2020

My last memory with you gramp, was when I was home last year, I took you to your favorite spot to eat, Ed's takeout. Me, you, gram and the boys. I will hold on to this memory and so many more. Rest easy grampy you will be forever missed ❤