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David Mark Taylor

January 14, 1957 — November 5, 2023

David Mark Taylor, known affectionately by friends and family as Mark, passed away peacefully at his home on November 5, 2023. Born on January 14, 1957, in Greenville, SC, Mark was a loving, faith-filled, and passionate man who left an indelible mark on everyone he encountered.

Mark was the beloved son of the late David Beverly Taylor and Ayenda Bagwell. He was a cherished nephew to his Aunt Christa Taylor, who played a significant role in his upbringing. Mark was a devoted husband to his wife, Sandra Taylor, with whom he shared many beautiful years of marriage. Their love story was one of mutual respect, shared dreams, and endless love.

Mark was a proud stepfather to Ryan Bazinet and Calli Bazinet, and a doting father-in-law to Lacy Bazinet. His love for his family extended to his grandchildren, Parker Bazinet and Athyn Vandertoorn, and his stepdaughter, Lyndsay Vandertoorn. Mark's family was his pride and joy, and he often said that his greatest accomplishment was being a part of their lives.

Mark attended college and used his education to build a successful career as a Document Controller for Renfro. His dedication to his work was evident in his meticulous attention to detail and his unwavering commitment to his colleagues and the company. Mark's professional life was marked by integrity, diligence, and a strong work ethic, traits that earned him the respect and admiration of his peers.

Art and family were Mark's greatest passions. He had a keen eye for beauty and could often be found sketching or painting in his free time. Mark believed that art was a reflection of the soul, and his works were a testament to his vibrant spirit and love for life. His love for his family was equally profound, and he cherished every moment spent with them.

Mark was a man of deep faith, and his belief in God was a guiding force throughout his life. He was a beacon of love and kindness, always ready to lend a helping hand to those in need. His faith-filled life was an inspiration to all who knew him, and his legacy of love and compassion will live on in the hearts of his loved ones.

In the words of those who knew him best, Mark was a loving, faith-filled, and passionate man. His life was a testament to these qualities, and he will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him. As we mourn the loss of Mark, we also celebrate his life, remembering the love, joy, and inspiration he brought into our lives.

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