On a cold October day, we got what is every parent nightmare, a call saying our son was in a car accident and did not make it. That was the worst day of our lives. Shock went through our small community. Phone call, visitors, classmates came to express their condolences-what can a parent do when their world is ripped apart. Taylor was a very special young man. Wherever he went, he always had a group of people around him. Taylor was the organizer. Whenever something was going on, you can bet Taylor had something to do with it: picnics, basketball games, swimming, riding snowmobiles. They always had good clean fun. Taylor loved to play basketball and golf. He was the type of guy who did not play to win when he was with his friends-he just wanted to have fun playing whatever. Taylor was currently attending college in the neighboring town. He was studying to be a Powerhouse Tech. Taylor leaves behind his heartbroken parents, 2 sisters, brother-in-laws, 1 niece, 4 nephews and a community of beloved aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Taylor will forever be remembered for his softheartedness, his ability to make everyone laugh and feel special. He will live on in his nephews in which 1 was named after him..