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Will T Taylor (79) passed away peacefully on 3/16/20.

Will was born on 7/19/1940 in Oak Park, Illinois.
He served in the army from 1957-1960.

In 1983, he met and married the love of his life his “baby-doll” Lauri. For 36 years they navigated the waters of business, life, and love.
His greatest joy and pride was his son, Lance. He treasured their time together.
Will mastered the upholstery trade from his father.
In 1999, Will & Lauri opened Taylor Upholstering in Savannah, GA. Will took great pride in their shop, in particular, engaging with clients over the last 20 years, whom often became close friends.
He loved to be out on the water in his boats and driving his pristine 1999 Mercedes.
If you knew Will, you knew he could be a little rough around the edges, but, at the same time, had a wonderful sense of humor and a heart of gold.

Will is survived by his wife Lauri; son Lance; his upholstery son, Chad; and his beloved Jack Russell, Skipper.

A private service has been held by the family.

Please consider making donations in Will’s memory to any of the following charities:
The Humane Society of Savannah, St Jude’s Children’s Hospital, or COPD Foundation.



Online Condolences

  1. Jules Kerness says:

    Dear Laurie: Phoebe and I send our sincerest condolences to you and yours. May God give you strength at this difficult time, Jules Kerness

  2. Burch & Marie Bryant says:

    Saddened to read of Will’s death. Deepest sympathy to the family.

  3. Tasha Baird says:

    My dear friend, Lauri, sharing in your loss as you remember Will. He will be dearly missed. Will was your biggest cheerleader and always believed in you. He loved you more than you could every know. Will was such a good man and had a big caring heart. Will revealed to me while he took me in during my difficult time so many years ago. May God bless you during this trying time. Love, Tasha

  4. Paul Bratz says:

    Lauri & Lance;
    Please accept my condolences for your loss of Will. He became a friend of mine like you & Lance after several visits to the shop. You & Will always treated us like family over the last 20 years of our relationship.
    His quality of workmanship was second to none. One time he made us a window seat with the dimensions I gave him but the fit was a bit sloppy.I called Will who came out, looked @ the fit & said, we’ll fix that in a jiffy.
    Believe it or not I was thinking about you good folks the other day wondering if Lance has taken an active part in the business.
    We will be thinking of you during this difficult time.
    May God bless you & Lance.
    Paul & Betsy Bratz

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