Charles "Chuck" J. Taylor III

July 18, 1964January 24, 2021
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Charles J. Taylor III, "Chuck", of Stow, formerly of Sudbury and Newton, died suddenly on January 24, 2021.

Husband of Monika Taylor; loving brother of Suzanne B. Taylor of Stow, Jennifer Chiasson and her husband Michael of Hudson; proud Uncle of Andrew Chiasson of Hudson; predeceased by his parents, Nancy (Blackler) Taylor of Sudbury and Charles J. Taylor Jr. of Meredith, NH. He is also survived by several aunts, uncles, cousins, dear friends and their children who called him “Uncle Chuck”.

Chuck graduated from The Winchendon School after attending Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School. He went on to attend New England College. A natural salesman like his father, he worked at Framingham Ford and then at his family’s business N.B. Taylor & Co., Inc. Realtors in Sudbury for many years. Prior to his recent illness, Chuck loved to be the center of attention and the life of the party. His booming voice and innate ability to tell a story in such detail was astounding. The lifelong friendships he made and maintained are a true testament to his quick wit and good nature. There was no one as close to him as his "baby sister", Suzanne. He was her “big” brother and her best friend.

Chuck enjoyed all the New England sports teams and now Tampa Bay, golfing at Sandy Burr and Captains on the Cape, and watching any documentary on History, Politics or Transportation. He took pride in his appearance and his vehicles; he also loved his workshop where he tinkered. Chuck appreciated nature and all its creatures, especially his “boys”, Kaizer, Buster, Brewster and his "little girl" Samantha Marie.

He left this life too soon, but he is joining many dear friends and loved ones on the other side who are rehashing the hilarious shenanigans they all shared. Chuck was a gentleman, one-of-a-kind proud American and Patriot, and will be sadly missed, but the laughs and legends live on through the many stories shared by all those who loved him such as his many "brothers and sisters".

Visitation will be held Monday, February 8th, from 4:00-6:00 PM at the funeral home.

A funeral Mass will be held at Ascension Parish (Our Lady of Fatima), 160 Concord Road, Sudbury on Tuesday, February 9th, at 10:00 AM, burial will follow at Newton Cemetery. Due to the pandemic, attendance is limited; please feel free to join via livestream at: A celebration of Chuck’s life will be held in the summer.


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Charles "Chuck" J. Taylor III

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William Viano

February 19, 2021

Suzanne and Jennifer I am very sorry to hear of Chuck's passing I knew him many years with Uncle Juby we picked up his trash and all of us talked trash and not the stuff you throw in the truck. He was a great guy me and my family are very sorry may he rest in peace and God Bless Billy Viano Sterling,Ma

Nancy Bellantoni

February 6, 2021

So very sorry to hear about Chucks passing. Thinking of you during this difficult time. The Bellantoni family

Laurel Mackinnon

February 5, 2021

Suzanne and Jennifer,
I was shocked and saddened by the news of Chucks ‘ passing. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. I hope all the cherished memories you have will comfort you in the days ahead. My sincere condolences to you both.
Laurel MacKinnon

Barbara Reid

February 5, 2021

Forever in our hearts ♥️ My deepest condolences to the family and friends.
Chuck I will miss your humor and delightful conversations.
Thank you for making us laugh and being such a good friend.
Love always, See you in heaven.

Wendy Keymont

February 5, 2021

Dear Taylor family,

Please accept my deepest condolences! Chuck was a funny and kind person, way too young to be called home. I’m so sorry ! Love and memories will live on forever! 🕯

Chris Park

February 5, 2021

Dear Taylor family
I am very sorry for the the loss
Of Chuckie T..

I’ll never for get him or the laughs he provided me on many occasion , like how good his golf shot would have been had that tree not been in the way!!!

Heartbroken by this news.
Rip My friend love you always

Jeanie Walton

February 4, 2021

Over the 30+ years that I’ve known Suzanne, I had the pleasure to get to know her big brother Chuck too. He was one of the quickest wits I’ve ever met. He was exceptionally sincere in his beliefs too. “A big, friendly personality” doesn’t begin to describe him adequately. Simply put, he was one of the very best. There is no doubt in my mind that his presence will live on in everyone’s memory that knew him, as he made an indelible impression on all of us. Much love to you both, Suzanne and Jennifer... I am deeply sorry for your loss. ❤️

Leigh Russell

February 4, 2021

Connie and Donna Arpino

February 3, 2021

My dear Suzanne and Jen,

We are truly sorry for your loss and send our deepest sympathies. I know your truly happy family memories will bring comfort to both of you during your sadness and will forever sustain you. We wish you nothing but peace and happiness for the rest of 2021.

Love from Connie and Donna

Mike Monahan

February 2, 2021

Taylor Family,

We are beyond saddened to hear about Chuck's passing. He always had a smile and a good story every single time you saw him... boy he had some great stories. He will be missed by many who knew him from Sudbury and beyond. Prayers for his sisters and may the happy memories comfort you in the coming days, months and years.

Sue and Mike Monahan