Anthony Raymond Taylor of Lowell, MA

April 20, 1961 -
April 12, 2024



Saturday April 27, 2024

3:00 pm

Funeral Details


Anthony (Tony) Raymond Taylor, age 62, of Lowell, MA, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, April 12, 2024, at Lowell General Hospital. He was the beloved husband of Brenda Taylor, with whom he shared a loving marriage since 1984.

Born in Cambridge, MA, Anthony was the son of Marjorie Taylor from Lowell, MA, and Raymond Taylor who preceded him in death.  Anthony graduated from Greater Lowell Vocational High School with the Class of 1980 and furthered his education at UMASS Lowell.  Anthony was employed by Amentum of Andover. Prior to that, he worked at Ricoh of Lowell.

Anthony was an amazing husband and father who deeply loved his daughters. His latest joy was enjoying time with his grandson Kyrie. Anthony found enjoyment in a variety of hobbies. He was an avid reader and was passionate about fitness and could often be found working out or tending to his garden. Anthony was also a sports enthusiast, particularly enjoying football and cheering on his favorite teams.

Anthony was a devoted Jehovah’s Witness and an active member of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Lowell. His faith was very important to him. He found immense comfort and community within his congregation.

Anthony leaves behind his beloved wife Brenda Taylor and his cherished daughters, Breanna Green and her husband Jordan of Wallingford, CT and Madison Taylor of Lowell, MA, and his grandson Kyrie Green. He is also survived by his brothers Calvin Taylor of Lowell, MA, Daryl Taylor and his wife Kimberly of Barre, MA; his sisters Janet Taylor of Lowell, MA, Carylon Taylor-Harvey and her husband Marc Harvey of Nashua, NH, and April Taylor of Nashua, NH.   Anthony had two other siblings who preceded him in death, his sister Donna Taylor-Alexander and his brother Michael Taylor. Additionally, he leaves behind numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends who will deeply miss his presence in their lives.

Memorial Services will be held on Saturday, April 27, 2024 at 3:00 pm at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 559 Pine Street, Lowell, MA 01851. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his name to the American Heart Association, PO Box 840692, Dallas, TX 75284-0692.


17 responses to “Anthony Raymond Taylor of Lowell, MA”

  1. Meg Trainor says:

    Sending you all so much love and comfort upon Anthony’s passing. The Taylor’s are a loving, kind family and I will always recall Anthony’s smile and sense of humor❤️

  2. Emmanuel Agyapong says:

    Tony, May your soul rest in perfect peace!
    Brenda and the entire family family sorry for your loss! 😭😭😭

  3. Don & Barbara Culp says:

    The resurrection hope, victory over death. Take comfort Brenda. You know that you will be reunited with him in paradise soon.

  4. Sharon Desrosiers says:

    May your beautiful soul rest in eternal peace. I will always be remember your kind heart and your infectious smile.
    My deepest sympathy to your family.

  5. Cheryl Staid says:

    To the Taylor Family,
    I wish you all Love and Peace in your Hearts at this difficult time. Anthony was such a big part of our family growing up and will forever be missed. We are so thankful to have shared nothing but the Greatest memories with him. 🙏🥰

  6. Rebekah Callahan says:

    Dearest family I love you all so very very sorry for your loss believe me it’s mine too we loved Tony . So grateful for our hope in Jehovah an his dear son so we can see our loved. Ones again!! It won’t be long Bren a family 🥰 I love you dearly!!

  7. Cathy Coutu says:

    My heart is breaking for you Brenda and your entire family.rick and I loved Anthony . Rick always thought of Anthony ( loc) as his best friend . Remembering all the fun times we had together . Vacations in nh and other fun times. I’m praying everyday for Jehovah to comfort you . Love you , Cathy

  8. Jeffrey Summers says:

    I am heartbroken and still in disbelief at the sudden loss of my cousin Anthony. My heart hurts for my cousin Brenda, her daughters Breanna and Madison, my Aunt Marjie and my beloved first cousins Janet, Calvin, Caryolin, April, and Daryl.

    In a world of fake big shots who crave attention, Anthony was ROYALTY within our family, but he never craved or sought attention.

    Anthony was the gentlest giant, whose presence lit up any and every room that he entered. When Anthony spoke everyone listened, because he never wasted words. Being around Anthony always made me feel better about myself.

    I love you Cuz, and I will never forget you or stop missing you!

  9. Terry says:

    Anthony “Tony” Taylor was my colleague at Amentum that I had the privilege of working with. My deepest condolences to the Taylor family. We are so saddened by this tremendous loss. Our Amentum family shares this profound loss. May you find comfort in the beautiful memories left to hold in your hearts for always. Tony will be dearly missed.

  10. John Loiselle says:

    I’m sorry to hear of Tony’s passing. It was my pleasure to have met him during our time at CrossPoint Towers. He was a true gentleman and a good friend. Gone too soon. May He R. I. P.
    John Loiselle

  11. Christine Vaughn says:

    I remember Tonyha done smile gentle way and So sorry hear the sad news. May He Rest in Peace and May His family find solace at this difficult time.

  12. Linda D. Martin says:

    My condolences to his family. Keep all your memories close in this time of loss and forever hold him in your hearts. So sorry for your loss.

  13. ana trindade says:

    Hi sister Brenda
    May Jehovah God mended your heart, your family hearts and the entire Lowell congregation heart’s
    Brother Taylor will be greatly missed
    He was a loving friend and a beautiful espiritual brother.
    We love your family so much
    We will be praying for you your family and friends to recover soon from this darkest moment
    We are all looking forward to the day that we all going to see him again on a restored better Earth ruled by Jesus Christ
    Hopefully will be soon John 5:25
    Let us know if you need anything that we can help with, will be a pleasure to help
    We are far away but closer in the heart
    My house is open for you 😔💔😔

  14. Irene Caira says:

    Sorry for your loss. Anthony will be greatly missed.

    My thoughts and prays are with you.

    Sincerely Irene Caira (Kronos)

  15. Ernie Bencivenga says:

    I am so sorry for the loss to the Taylor family. Tony was one of the nicest people I have ever known. I am grateful for having known him as well as having worked with him. I was absolutely shocked.

    May he rest forever in peace (and he will because of who he was).

  16. Michael Stone says:

    I have traveled to about 30 different locations during my decade long tenure with the company Tony used to work for in Lowell. My position is that I cover people who take time off. Out of all the people I’ve met, Tony was the most genuine, caring, and loving individual. He truly cared about the people he worked with. This was especially evident when he recalled personal stories I told him, which even my girlfriends did not care to remember! I gave him a hard time when I saw him drink nothing but a green goo shake for lunch, and now I do the same thing! He called me and we spoke for 2 hours on his last day working in Lowell, and we stayed in contact after he found another company to work for. I was simply devastated to learn of Tony’s passing. My sincere thoughts and prayers go out to his wonderful family, whom he loved so deeply.

  17. Enidza and Doug says:

    Sending our deepest condolences to the Taylor family. We send you all our love and strength in this difficult time.

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