Celebrating the life of
Rev. Franklin Fields Taylor
A Note From Cindy and Ron Noton
My wife and I would like to thank Marilyn and Zerika for their partnership, hard work and total dedication for this amazing project to come together and making it a reality.
Franklin Taylor was my best and dearest friend. We began our friendship some 35 years ago. We met through a mutual friend and became good friends instantly, since we were both NFL fans, but especially because of our love of pro wrestling.
Wrestling fans have a bond with each other that is unique, since most people don’t get it. We immediately got together every Monday night for Monday Night Raw and watched it continuously for our entire friendship.
Through the years Frank and I saw each other go through the unusual experiences that everyone has; marriage, break-ups and work related incidences. The typical ups and downs of life, always discussing and learning life as we experience it. We talked to each other about things that only we shared.
My dearest friend was my confidant and biggest supporting person. We always gave each other strength and sympathy but mostly a lot of tough love expecting each other to come out stronger.
We also bonded by our belief and faith in God & our Savior Jesus Christ, knowing that He is the only path to the heavenly kingdom.
Frank was also the man that married my wife, Cindy, and I. We had a very small ceremony of five people; Frank and his wife Marilyn and my mother Mary Noton. Cindy and I always wanted Frank to marry us and it finally happened.
Cindy and I are totally grateful that God allowed Frank to cross our path on earth and to join us together in our union.
RIP our beloved brother until we see you again.
– Ron and Cindy Noton
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