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Wade E. Taylor

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“A man after Gods heart. He will be missed May he rest in glory! ”
1 of 13 | Posted by: Joseph Melidona - Apopka, FL

“You were such a blessing and Bible teacher to us. We attended many retreats at Pinecrest Teaining Ctr. Always enjoyed having you visit and minister...Read More »
2 of 13 | Posted by: Garry and Kathy Mackie - NJ

“Thank you Brother Taylor for listening to the Lord so that He could have " that place" where He could be Lord. ”
3 of 13 | Posted by: Nancy Festa - Dolgeville, NY

“Wade, Thank you for your encouragement and support. Your legacy will be remembered by all who knew you. ”
4 of 13 | Posted by: Paul

5 of 13 | Posted by: CAROLYN BROOKS DALY - OCALA, FL

“There just is not enough space to write ALL that Brother Taylor was to me as a Mentor...a father in the Lord....a friend... What was learned and...Read More »
6 of 13 | Posted by: Pastor Julie Grove - Taylor, MI

“I remember when Bro Taylor shared the hidden value of picking up a piece of paper off the floor when nobody was around to see. It's from the heart to...Read More »
7 of 13 | Posted by: John Stiffler - Lindale, TX

“Bro. "T" was adopted by my family as Grandpa and his wife, Mae, is Grandma! We love the Taylor Family dearly for they have given their lives in...Read More »
8 of 13 | Posted by: Tamara Bowles Trach - Easton, PA

“To a "Father" ----we have not many father's like you. You rescued me when I was young, and helped guide me to Love God with all my heart, and to...Read More »
9 of 13 | Posted by: Toni Bogart - Charlotte, NC

“Pastor Wade, is dearly loved and missed by me! He was my precious pastor a true under shepherd of the Lord Jesus to me. Pastor's life and close walk...Read More »
10 of 13 | Posted by: Angelina - Ocala, FL - My pastor

“Occup til I come. Bro. Taylor was a father to many of us who came to Pinecrest as I. He was a leader,encourager and a guide. I will never ever...Read More »
11 of 13 | Posted by: Dottie Williams-Drummond - VA

“you were a spiritual father to me and your revelation of the scriptures will always be a inspiration and life giving ”
12 of 13 | Posted by: Bruce Pettis - browns Mills, NJ

“I will miss Bro Taylor, he was a spiritual father to me as well as others. ”
13 of 13 | Posted by: Joyce Reed - Wrightstown, NJ

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The Lord called Wade Eugene Taylor home to be with HIM at age 87 on Wednesday, February 29, 2012. His unexpected passing was from a massive heart attack. He was pronounced dead at 1:01 p.m. at Prince George's Hospital, Hyattsville, MD. He was born on August 24, 1924 in Carbondale, PA to Wade Eugene Sr. and Mildred Taylor. He married the former Mae Isabel Dassler on May 13, 1944 in an army camp chapel in Florida. Here is a partial list of his accomplishments: Army 1943-1945; Insurance Business in Carbondale PA; Cable TV business in Honesdale, PA; graduated from Eastern Bible Institute, Greenlane, PA in 1956; attended Pinecrest Bible Institute, Salisbury Center, NY; was teacher and business administrator at Elim Bible Institute in Lima NY from 1963 to 1968; pastored a church in Endwell, NY; founded Pinecrest Bible Training Center in 1968; served as Bible School president/teacher, and was editor of the Banner for 28 years; founded a Retreat Center at Setauket, Long Island and a home for the aged in Avoca, NY. During this time he wrote several books, including Secret of the Stairs, and Water Spouts of Glory. He spoke at various churches and conferences. His son Ronald Taylor succeeded him as president of Pinecrest Bible Training Center. He then went to the Washington DC area where he founded Parousia Ministries and Wade Taylor Publications. During this time he wrote a book called Mysteries of the Kingdom and maintained a web site called www.wadetaylor.org while continuing to speak at various churches and conferences. Wade will be remembered most for his prayer life and spiritual revelation and understanding of God's Word, as well as his practice of the presence of the Lord and vision for the preparation of a people for the end time purpose of the Lord. He is predeceased by his parents Wade Eugene Sr. and Mildred Taylor, a sister, Joyce (Taylor) Wasserleben, and eldest son Dr. Ronald L. Taylor. Survivors include his beloved wife of 67 years Mae Isabel (Dassler) Taylor of Harrisburg, PA.; Daughter-in-law, widow of Ronald , Helen Taylor of Lima, NY; Son William F. Taylor and wife June of Punta Gorda, FL; two daughters, Rev. Nancy M. Warner and husband David of Harrisburg, PA; Joanne M. Cunningham and husband Joseph of Greensboro, NC; and nine cherished grandchildren, Robert L. Taylor and wife Linda of Manlius, NY; W. David Taylor of Seattle, WA; Rev. Philip A. Taylor and wife Alexa of Titusville, PA; Mrs. Sharon E. Whitby and husband Michael of Wilkesboro, NC; Anita Joy Taylor of Kissimmee, FL; MAJ USMC Joseph Wade Crandall and wife Jennifer of Havelock, NC; Nathan Steere of Greensboro, NC; William and Jonathan Egnew of Greensboro, NC., as well as nine precious great-grandchildren. Also surviving is one nephew Garrick R. Wasserleben and wife Michelle of Gaithersville, MD; and one grand-nephew Terry C. Wasserleben. Visiting hours will be held at the Money & King Funeral Home, 171 Maple Avenue West, Vienna, VA 22180 on Friday, March 9, 2012 from 5 – 8 p.m. The Memorial service will be held at the Whole Word Fellowship Church, 10922 Vale Road, Oakton, VA 22124 on Saturday, March 10, 2012 at 1 p.m. An additional Memorial service will be held at the Rock Road Chapel, 96 Rock Road, Berne, NY 12012 on Saturday, March 24, 2012 at 12 noon. www.rockroadchapel.org A private family Interment will be held at the Salisbury Rural Cemetery in Salisbury, NY at a later date. MEMORIAL FUND A memorial fund has been established for the ongoing ministry of Parousia (www.wadetaylor.org) and the support of Wade's widow, Mae Taylor. Your tax deductible contributions (designated "Memorial Fund") may be made to: PAROUSIA MINISTRIES, P.O. Box 6235, Harrisburg, PA 17112

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