ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Douglas Taylor, 69 years old, born on June 27, 1951, and passed away on February 25, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Pam Benedict on March 7, 2021
I am saddened to hear of Doug’s passing! We grew up next door to each other and enjoyed the years of our youth. One of my favorite memories is going to Sadie Hawkins our senior year as devils. Doug had a foil pitch fork and went around poking everyone. What a hoot! My prayers for Doug’s family, may they have peace and comfort from the Lord. I will cherish our memories.
Posted by Carrie Morgan on March 7, 2021
As the pictures show, Doug was a great fisherman. I enjoyed him taking me bass fishing on Newman Lake and his patience teaching me to fish, also allowing us the one-to-one opportunity to get to know each other better. Besides fishing, he loved music and was an avid (high-end) audiophile expert. Though are politics were not aligned, we both agreed Fleetwood Mac Rocks! He loved a good whisky and conversation. Holly and her boys were so good to Doug and I am thankful he had them in his life! 

Doug - you will be missed but memories not forgotten. 
Posted by Sue Joy on March 3, 2021
Will miss talking Gonzaga, huckleberry picking and political stuff with you.  I will always value the 17 years of friendship we had.  Catch lots of walleye and enjoy your chicken breast subway sandwiches in heaven . 

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Posted by Pam Benedict on March 7, 2021
I am saddened to hear of Doug’s passing! We grew up next door to each other and enjoyed the years of our youth. One of my favorite memories is going to Sadie Hawkins our senior year as devils. Doug had a foil pitch fork and went around poking everyone. What a hoot! My prayers for Doug’s family, may they have peace and comfort from the Lord. I will cherish our memories.
Posted by Carrie Morgan on March 7, 2021
As the pictures show, Doug was a great fisherman. I enjoyed him taking me bass fishing on Newman Lake and his patience teaching me to fish, also allowing us the one-to-one opportunity to get to know each other better. Besides fishing, he loved music and was an avid (high-end) audiophile expert. Though are politics were not aligned, we both agreed Fleetwood Mac Rocks! He loved a good whisky and conversation. Holly and her boys were so good to Doug and I am thankful he had them in his life! 

Doug - you will be missed but memories not forgotten. 
Posted by Sue Joy on March 3, 2021
Will miss talking Gonzaga, huckleberry picking and political stuff with you.  I will always value the 17 years of friendship we had.  Catch lots of walleye and enjoy your chicken breast subway sandwiches in heaven . 
his Life
Doug fought brain cancer in every way he could over the last year.  He passed in his sleep with no pain.  Doug is survived by his two brothers Tim Taylor and Mark Taylor and Holly Morgan his life partner of 25 years.
He worked in the sprinkler design industry for more than 30 years and was very close to many of his co-workers and customers.  Fishing was his passion when he was not working and Doug and Holly spent most of their time-off on the waters throughout washington.
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Shared by Brian Humphrey on March 5, 2021
I have many many memories with Doug as he was my best friend he was kind, supportive and well thought of in his industry. We spent many hours talking about the political side of America and we spent many many lunches together talking about guns and family.Teresa also enjoyed her time with Doug picking huckleberry’s in the mountains in North East Washington. I will miss him every day and I have been blessed by the time I spent with him love you buddy !!!