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ALBERT JOHANN TAYLOR MILO – Albert Johann Taylor, 58, passed away peacefully Oct. 3, 2010, at his home. He was born March 6, 1952, in Neuhausen-Schlierse, Germany, the son of Dorough and Agnes Weidinger Taylor. At age 9, Albert moved to the U.S. with his family. Al was happily married to the love of his life, Adriene Havens Taylor for seven years. Together they loved riding his motorcycle throughout the state enjoying nature and attending many functions, including the Toy Run for children. He received a special plaque for being the disc jockey at the Downeast Tattoo Show for several years. He loved fishing, camping and just spending time in the Maine outdoors. Pictures throughout his home show of his love for his family through his photography. Al was self-employed for a few years as a fisherman on several boats from Beals and Jonesport. He fished on a vessel, which capsized and he unselfishly dove to recover his captain. He was also employed at Moosehead Furniture, Monson. Al was a member of United Biker’s of Maine, in which he held the offices of president, vice president and secretary. He received many patches for these honors as well as county director, assistant county director and area representative. In the 1970s Al enjoyed being with his friends in the A.J. Wheeler Rock and Roll band as its drummer. He is survived by his loving and devoted wife, Adriene of Milo; two sons, Corey Taylor of Auburn and Robert “Robbie” Taylor and his wife, Mistie, of Lewiston; two stepsons, Raymond Ferris and his wife, Alicia, of Milo and Jeremy Ferris and his companion, Megan Wright, of Bangor; four grandchildren, Nicolas and Makayla Ferris of Milo, Hannah Taylor of Bangor and Cody Healey of Dover; his mother, Agnes Weidinger Taylor of Beals; three sisters, Elizabeth Faraci and her husband, William, of Addison, Patricia Alley and her companion, John Parker, of Jonesport and Mary Bunker and her husband, Delbert, of Swansville; two brothers, Dorough “Bushy” Taylor and his wife, Pamela, of Beals and Arthur “Bully” Taylor and his wife, Mona, of Columbia Falls; a special niece, Erica Havens of Dover; a special mother-in-law, Joyce Havens of Milo; many nieces and nephews. Al was predeceased by his dad, Dorough Taylor, in 1987. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Mrs. Albert Taylor, 27 High St., Milo ME 04463.

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