Paul Kenneth Taylor


1959 – 2015


Paul TaylorPaul passed away unexpectedly on Monday, August 10, 2015 at his home in Renton.  He was born in Covina, California on April 21, 1959 to Robert and Bonnie Taylor.


Paul grew up in the south Puget Sound area, graduating from Thomas Paul_Dec_1960Jefferson High School in Federal Way in 1977.  Paul worked for Keller Supply and Metro Trucking, before his career at The Boeing Company in Renton.


Paul_1961Paul leaves behind daughter Samantha, father Robert, sisters Molly (Steve), Paige (Spencer), Kris Paul_1972(Chuck), brother’s Keith (Keni) and Keith (Danielle), and several nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his mother, Bonnie.  Special thanks to his friends Renee and Reed who treated him as a member of their family.


Paul also leaves behind a large community of friends and co-workers in the Renton area who will miss his generosity, singing, storytelling, and jovial spirit.  Friends are planning to honor Paul’s memory at Uncle Mo’s in Renton on Sunday, September 13th at 4:00 pm.  Family burial plans will be announced at a later date.Paul_1965Paul_1975


The family suggests memorial donations to a charity of your choice.Paul_2000

10 Responses to “Paul Kenneth Taylor”

  • Brent Malgarin says:

    I can not say how sorry I am to hear of Paul’s passing.

    We grew up living next door to each other, over the years we had a lot of great times.

    Paul was one of the funniest people I have ever known. A great joke and story teller, always finding a way to make you laugh, and a great person.

    He will be missed.

  • Jim & Ruth Irish says:

    Sorry for the loss, We remember all the time he spent at our house and at the cabin. He will be missed.

  • Judy Noa says:

    We are so very sorry for this loss…may your family be blessed with comfort during this very difficult time. Our prayers and aloha for all…with love from the Moa family.

  • Dave Gasca says:

    I am very sad not only for the Taylor’s but for all who knew Paul. Although I have not seen Paul in years I still feel the brotherly bond.
    You will be missed Paul. Good luck and take care . . . .

  • Patty Miller says:

    RIP….my friend! You will truly be missed by many!

  • Karen Acker says:

    Paul your smile was so sincere and I will miss that. And miss you when I am in Renton cause I did see you.
    I am very sad because you still at 56 were very young. God Blessed you. My Friend.

  • Bonnie Fitzgerald says:

    Oh Paul the funniest person for sure. I will miss you and your smile and all the laughs you gave everyone, playing the wash board with Dale, hanging out at the Cedar River boys club, long hours at your table at Uncle Mo’s laughing so hard we would cry. Paul was always willing to help with whatever was going on at the time. Until we meet again my friend Much Luv to you. To Paul’s family I am so sorry for your loss.
    Bonnie Fitzgerald

  • Kris Taylor says:

    Paul I hope that you have found peace where ever you are, and that you are with family and loved ones already lost, you will be missed by all. Love you and we will see each other again. Your little Sis.

  • Rachel Lloyd says:

    I’ll never forget you Pauly! You have enriched so many lives in so many ways. ALWAYS helping someone in need. Laughing, dancing, singing…
    “Goodnight, and may the good Lord take a liking to ya…cause Mama Jean won’t”!
    I’ll love you forever my friend!!

  • Vikki Pavone Mascho says:

    Paul was love and will be missed by our whole family! He worked with my Pops John ( Ivan ) Pavone at Jay Fields place, came into our lives as peddling Paul in the early ’80’s. I cut his hair for years, he ate at Armondo’s Resturante’ and harassed/Partied with our Mom, Ronna. So many smiles and just plain joy!!

    Renton lost a true treasure, RIP Paul.

    Our condolences to the family and may the memories of his laughter comfort you and bring you peace.

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