Bert J. Taylor, 47, passed away on July 1, 2018 at his home. He was born in New London on January 16, 1971, son of Burton and Bertie Pattillo Taylor. Bert is survived by his daughter Makayla Taylor; and his girlfriend Sherrie Chambers and her children Tiffany and Dwain Thibodeau. Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Bert's family on Friday, July 13, 2018 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM at Beecher & Bennett-Flatow Funeral Home, 48 Cook Ave., Meriden.

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  1. Awww Burt …I will miss seeing you almost daily waving and smiling . Godspeed brother . See if ya can find the guy in the blue coat huh…Love KathyKathy

  2. Bert was my neighbor in meriden on Crown street In 1999. He was just a super nice guy. MaKayla was my sons age and Paula and I were neighbors but much more than that! One time in a domestic violence situation, I had no one to call, so i called Paula and Bert and they came running to east haven to pick me up. Just genuinely good hearted nice caring people. Rest In Peace Bert and many prayers for strength for his daughter, Sherrie and dwain and Tiffany -Tami Thibodeau

  3. Bert you hold a special place in our hearts. Wharton Brook will never be the same. Rest Easy love always Mayliine, Anthony and Naz

  4. Bert, you were an awesome man and father to Makayla, The world lost one of the good ones out there. May you watch over your daughter and be proud, I know how proud she has made you already.

  5. Bert…It was a pleasure knowing you and no matter what happened, you always showed kindness to others that needed help. Makayla , you are a strong, beautiful woman and you will make your Dad very proud. He will always be with you…You will carry him always.And Bert….you are probably fixing things for everyone in Heaven. Thank you for being my Neighbor.
    Denise Gomez

  6. I walk my dogs around Wharton brook and in that area and whenever Bert saw us walking he would wave or stop and say HI.. be at peace Bert you will be missed by many.

  7. My condolences to the Taylor family. I remember Mr. Taylor coming into Dag middle school when Makayla was a student here. He was the nicest, friendliest person. He always had a smile on his face.
    Makayla my deepest sympathy to you.

    Jackie Roudie

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