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Metal Finisher Richard Taylor Passes at 100


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Bob Mueller expresses his best wishes to Dick Taylor on Tuesday during his 100th birthday celebration at Taylor Metal Products. Photo by Jason J. Molye of the Mansfield News Journal and used with permission.

 

 

Richard "Dick" Taylor, the 100-year-old president of Taylor Metal Products in Mansfield, Ohio died Jan. 4 at his home.

 

Products Finishing wrote about Taylor in 2016, as he was still working at his shop now run by his children.

 

Read more from our article HERE.

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