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FOCAS Founder Dick Taylor's Home-going

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FOCAS Founder Dick Taylor

Our good friend, brother in the Lord, and founder of FOCAS, was called home by God on Jan. 2. Read his obituary here: http://bit.ly/DickTaylor.

The funeral service will be 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 10, at Montgomery Assembly of God Church in Blue Ash. Viewing is from 4-6.p.m. It is our hope and prayer that you will be able to come to celebrate Dick’s home-going. Please forward this to others as appropriate.

Please, pray for the family as they mourn their loss.

We would also appreciate hearing from you if you'd like to share any found memories of Dick. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Here are a few tributes:

"Dick was a remarkable man of God. I worked with Anne years back in Over-the-Rhine at the Lord's Pantry. Both Dick and Anne and their ministry lives made a lasting impression on me and all those God touches through me now." - Amy Colleen Kapp 

"Dick Taylor was always a source of encouragement to us both personally and in ministry. I don't remember a conversation with him that he didn't smile or offer a word of encouragement." - The Hembree Crew

"Dick and Anne Taylor are beloved friends and ministers of the Derstines and the Christian Retreat church family. They had a mobile home here on campus (in Florida) for years as 'winter residents.' Their love for God and people was undeniable and they were always a pleasure to be around. I was blessed to accompany Dick to Haiti on a crusade and also ministered at the gym in Cincinnati a few times. Thanks Dick for your generous support of Christian Retreat and our international mission outreaches. You will never be forgotten and we will catch up with you in heaven. -  Pastor Phil Derstine

"We loved Dick and Anne so much and so valued their amazing example and ministry to the body of Christ. I remember hearing testimonies of the ministry in Haiti, serving sandwiches with the Lord's Pantry, doing open-air ministry-services in the old Washington Park and Christmas caroling in the bars in Over-the Rhine in '89 and '90. When we walked through the doors, jukeboxes and TVs were turned off, and respect and attention was shown to Dick and Anne. They earned the respect of everyone they met!! So happy they've been reunited in glory with their Savior." - Jamie Cook

 

 

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