Yahzdi Taillon 1946 2018

Obituary of Yahzdi Taillon Yahzdi Taillon was born Robert Rolland Taillon on March 20, 1946 to Gaston and Jeanette Taillon in Bristol, Connecticut. He left us on Wednesday, July 25, 2018. He was 72 years old. He graduated from High School in Burbank, California, had some Community College training down there, and taught nuclear weapons handling in his time in the Airforce during the Viet Nam War. He worked for IBM for many years as a Project Manager for Systems Setup and travelled all over the United States and Canada with them. He became a proud and productive member of the Bahai Faith many years ago, after which time he had his name legally changed to “Yahzdi”, which he said meant “The man from Yahzd.” He dearly loved the Faith and was an avid teacher –spending many years in the San Francisco area and the past several years in Northwest Washington and British Columbia. He was a humble, interesting, and intelligent man who was loved and respected wherever he went. His passions included food and cooking, studying people and life, woodworking, fishing, and boats. He is survived by one brother, Rick; 2 sisters, Sylvia & Lydia, two nieces, 4 nephews, and many extended family members and friends. He is now in a much better place and will be sorely missed by those of us remaining here.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Yahzdi Taillon 1946 2018.

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