Richard Jimmy Taylor
May 27, 1976 – June 18, 2020
TAYLOR, Richard Jimmy - It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved son. Richard Jimmy Taylor was born in Hearst May 27, 1976.
Richard was the son of Mary Boissoneau (nee Sutherland), step-son to Joe Boissoneau. Step-son to Ada Sutherland. Predeceased by his father Archie Moore Sr., paternal grandparents James Moore and Nancy Moore (nee Betsy), maternal grandparents Bert Sutherland and Jane Sutherland (nee Chookomolin), and uncle Henry Moore.
Richard was a loving father to his son Landen and daughters Ainsley and Laney. Dear brother to Marlene (Rob), Pauline (Ron), Lesley (Winston), Albert, James (Charity), Leona (Ramsey), Archie Jr, Elsa (Steve), Tara (Fredrick). Dayna, Deidra (Sarah), and David. Cherished uncle to Garren, Kiara, Breadan, Danesha, RJ, Trenton, Calvin, Colton, Sethe, Aira, Breseis, Isabelle, Blaine, Dane, Beesym, Hendrix, Halen, Caydann (peanut), Hayden, Renata, Marshall, James Jr, Jesse, Bailey, Marley, Nate, Evanika, Mya-Lee, Drea, Nicholas, Malakai, Madison, Liberty, Sage and Fredrick Jr. Special Great uncle to Delilah Joyce. Richard will be greatly missed by his aunts Marilyn, Edith, Leona, Anita, uncles Bert Jr., Bradford, David, Abraham and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. He will be greatly missed by his best friend/brother Neil. The family would like to acknowledge his extended families. Richard is predeceased by Lyce Taylor and Josephine Taylor (nee Neotapin). Dear brother to Brenda, Audrey and Brian (late Agnes Bunting). He was also cherished uncle and great uncle to many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by James Sutherland and Janet Sutherland (Nee Faries) and uncle Simon Sutherland. Dear nephew to Ricky (Susan), Lizzie, Daniel, and Standsinwater (aka Allen).
He was always silly, and loved to make everyone laugh or smile with his dancing his many expressions and stories. Richard had a huge love and passion for playing guitar and when he had opportunity taught others how to play. Richard was well known for his sense of humour, his kindness and generous heart. He always wanted to give a helping hand without asking for anything in return. He always had a smile on his face and was really friendly with everyone he met. Whenever Richard went home to Constance Lake, he enjoyed being out on the land either hunting, fishing or trapping. Richard will be greatly missed by everyone that had the privilege of knowing his kind and gentle soul.
A private funeral service for immediate family members for Richard Taylor will be held at Daniel Sutherland's Residence in Constance Lake First Nation at 11am on Saturday June 27, 2020. Officiated by Pastor Glen Wesley. Burial service will take place immediately thereafter at Constance Lake Cemetery. Wake Services will be held at Daniel Sutherland's Residence on Friday June 26th, 2020.
9:00 am - 11:00 am- Immediate Family
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm - Friends/Community
6:00pm - 9:00 pm - Immediate Family
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Arrangements entrusted to the Arthur Funeral Home - Barton & Kiteley Chapel (492 Wellington St. East 705-759-2522). Please visit Arthur Funeral Home website obituaries to leave memories and condolences as a keepsake for the family.
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Richard Jimmy Taylor
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June 26, 2020
Cousin from a dozen, Richard, I will cherish the laughs & smiles you always carried & shared where ever you went. You were a loving father & a real family man. May your loving spirit live on in our hearts. Sending prayers to your little ones. Rest peacefully cuz.
June 25, 2020
Richard, was always happy go lucky when I'd see him in the hallways of the apartment building.
I didn't have the pleasure of meeting his son, but his daughters were not usually far behind bouncing along with their Dad.
The girls like Richard; were always smiling and polite.
Richard for sure; must have been and always will be so proud of them.
My deepest condolences to his children, family and close friends.
Rest peacefully now Richard.
(Superintendent Breton Road Apartments)
June 25, 2020
Richard was a good friend. I met him in high school along with his sisters. He was very kind and kept the jokes going. We kept in touch through social media liking each others' words of wisdom, jokes, pictures of family times. We're going to miss you bud.
June 24, 2020
Richard stayed with myself and daughter until he lifted himself up for a better future. He went to school and pick my daughter up to travel back home together. He had a caring heart for the family.
One day he wanted to join a group and travel to Guyana. A Jewish group called Vea'havta. Some weekend's he would be passing out clothes and food for the homeless.
Then the time came to go volunteer out of the country and travel to Guyana. The morning came and decided not to go after all. I was really upset towards him and throw water on his face while he was pretending to sleep. He still went back to bed and his ride to the airport was waiting outside. Driver stated he couldn't wait too long. I then flipped his mattress and he went flying. He got up so fast and grabbed his suitcase and off he went.
Three weeks came and came home. He had smiles and sincerely thank me on how I pushed him to go.
He stated how we where lucky to be living comfortable in a Country like Canada.
Back in Guyana he dug wells and took care of farm animals. He would also helped make gardens for vegatables for the village.
I told him that I was proud and honored he did all that for a Country that didn't have the luxury like we had
He said what should I do next with a smile. I looked at him and said"How about the Army's he walked away and muttered eeeeeee.