Chris Robert Talor
Chris Robert Taylor, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on July 19, 2023, in a Boston, MA hospital, at the age of 51. He was born on June 2, 1972, in Woonsocket, RI. Chris was a beloved son, brother, father, and uncle.
Chris had a vibrant personality and a quick wit. He was known for his sarcasm, jokes, and top-notch banter. Despite his cheeky nature, Chris was also warm, kind, and selfless. He had a genuine love for his family and was extremely proud of his amazing children, Keely and Alexander.
In his professional life, Chris made a difference in the lives of others. He worked at Northern Light Acadia on the pediatric floor, where he found joy in helping children. Additionally, Chris took pride in his work as a 911 Dispatcher at Penobscot County in the early 2000s.
Outside of work, Chris had a variety of hobbies that brought him joy. He loved spending time in nature, whether it was going on rides, fishing, or foraging mushrooms. Chris was also an avid reader and writer, even publishing a poetry book titled “Darkness and Love.” His talent as a writer was recognized when one of his pieces was featured in the book “Fatal Distractions.”
Sports played a significant role in Chris’s life. He was a diehard Boston Bruins fan and always ready to watch, go, or talk about any hockey game. If it wasn’t hockey, Chris proudly cheered on the Toronto Blue Jays in baseball. He also enjoyed cooking and exploring new delicious foods. The little travel that he did always put a smile on his face and full belly trying new things.
Chris is survived by his loving children, Keely and Alexander, his mother Suzanne L. Taylor, his sister Karen Soule and her husband Daniel, his nephews Daniel and Matthew Soule and their respective partners, Sarah Albert and Stephanie Soule. He will be fondly remembered by his great-nephews Jordan and John Soule and great-niece Sydney Soule. He was predeceased by his father Larry P. Taylor (Poppy), his grandparents Larry Taylor and Hilda Genereux, and Oneil Genereux.
Chris Taylor will be remembered for his wit, kindness, and love for his family. He will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him.
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