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Green River Alliance Church
Saturday February 29th, 2020

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Alan J. Taylor

Alan J. Taylor Alan J. Taylor, 58, of Rock Springs passed away February 20, 2020 at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County after a sudden illness. He was born January 16, 1962 in Syracuse, New York, the son of Alfred H. “Skip” and Carol Stoddard Taylor. He attended schools in Green River. Alan worked as a truck driver for NPT for over 30 years before retiring. He also worked for John Bunning Transfer in Rock Springs. He enjoyed camping, fishing, motorcycles, vehicles, boating, and spending time in the outdoors. He loved animals including his dogs Mercedes, Skipper, and Lady. He was big fan of Nascar and loved his family, nephews and nieces. He was generous and had a great sense of humor. Survivors include his siblings, Lynn Dean and husband Dave of Rock Springs, Mark Taylor of Rock Springs, Sandra Page of Green River, Lori Koloff and husband Randy of Green River, numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents Alfred and Carol Taylor, sister Nancy Hymas and her husband Corey. A Memorial Service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, February 29, 2020 at the Alliance Church, 2190 W Teton Blvd, Green River, WY. Inurnment will take place in the Riverview Cemetery, Green River, Condolences for family can be left at www.foxfh.com

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I have very fond memories with my uncle. When I was young in grade school one day after a snow storm my uncle picked me up from school on a atv vehicle, also while I was still young he would take me out on his dirt bike and we would go driving around green river Wyoming and Scotts bottom nature area. Also remember staying the night at my grandparents house were he stayed and we played super Mario on the original Nintendo. He was a great man some times miss understood but a unique sense of humor

Dylan Dean Feb 26 2020 10:58 PM