Henry Vint Taylor Jr.
Date of Death: June 1, 2010
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Henry Vinton “Vint” Taylor Jr., 47, of Lafayette, died at 3:24 p.m. Tuesday, June 1, 2010, at St. Elizabeth East. Born Sept. 13, 1962, in Lafayette, he was the son of Clara Lou Taylor and the late Henry Vinton Taylor Sr. He graduated from Jefferson High School and studied photography at the Art Institute of…

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Bonnie Howe left a message on June 5, 2010:
Tracy,

So sorry to hear that you are going thur this sad time, keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. Love ...Bonnie and Jennifer
Jeanette Haines left a message on June 5, 2010:
Hey Im thinking of you guys. If you guys need anything just call or come over. Love you guys. Just remeber gods in control. Love Jeanette
Robert John Naville left a message on June 4, 2010:

I am so sad to hear of Vint&s passing! Celebrate his life, he had a lot of good times.
From his days as an LVB driver to his stay at the lake to seeing him in the
north end, I used to see him often and enjoyed his company! I used to meet with him in Northern Indiana when he was on the road, just a nice guy. Having suffered several family deaths recently, I tend to believe that a slow death is easier for the survivors to prepare for and thus deal with. On the other hand an unexpected passing is much harder to cope with by it&s very nature. Try to think of it from the perspective of Vint himself. It is not easy but he truly believes he&s in a better place and that is what I will concentrate on, as well as the good times! Bob
Mike & MaryJane Pluimer left a message on June 4, 2010:
Lou, Mike & I are so sorry to hear about Vint. We wonder sometimes how you are doing. It has been almost 20 years since we had a ""hand shake"" agreement on your farmstead, not very many people had that without a contract & big lawyers. Time sure goes by fast. We&ll be thinking of you & your family. Love, Mike & MaryJane
P. J. Di Fabio left a message on June 3, 2010:
I worked with Henry for a short time and found him to be a nice guy. He worked hard. I hope he is at peace because he deserves it. My thoughts and prayers are with his family during this difficult time. God bless him.




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Tom & Shonda McIntyre left a message on June 3, 2010:
Brothers forever, Tracy & The Taylor children we are so sorry, Vint was a very good man, and a very good friend to us. Life is short ,stay strong and remember all the good times that you had. Vint will always be with you. The McIntyers
Carla (Button) Ellis left a message on June 3, 2010:
Lou, it&s been many years since my grandmother, Agnes Button, used to care for Vint. I remember coming to your houses on Central St. with her and always enjoyed your son. I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are certainly with you.
Roland Darrall left a message on June 3, 2010:
I&m very sorry about yor loss Tracy and family. Vent u will be sadly missed and u will b in my memories for ever , from the partys and the wedding and seeing u here at work . You are a awesome guy
Bobbi Snyder Holmes left a message on June 3, 2010:
My thoughts and prayers are with Vint&s family during this time.
May GOD lift you and comfort you.
~Bobbi
Scherri O'Connor left a message on June 3, 2010:
Vint was one of my closest friends when I still lived in Indiana. He was always there for his friends in their time of need...he was a valued friend and I will miss him. Please accept my condolences on you lost. Vint will be missed by all
Scherri O&Connor
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