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Marc Taylor

"Spud"

Marc Taylor

(1976 – 2004)

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Marc Taylor

Marc Taylor
(1976 – 2004)

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Marc Taylor

(1976 – 2004)
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This is an online obituary in memory of Marc Taylor. Corporal Marc Taylor, died in Iraq on 28 September, 2004, aged 27, served with the Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. He was killed in an ambush before his wife gave birth to their second child. The Ministry of Defence described the soldier, who was nicknamed "Spud" as "a calm, confident leader" and a devoted father to his two-year-old daughter Sophia. He served in the Army for 11 years and was leading a team within the Serious Crimes Unit just before he died. His widow Olivia described him as a "hero" who strived to help the people of Iraq and who took pride in his military career. This online memorial is in honour of his life and his achievements.
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This is an online obituary in memory of Marc Taylor. Corporal Marc Taylor, died in Iraq on 28 September, 2004, aged 27, served with the Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. He was killed in an ambush before his wife gave birth to their second child. The Ministry of Defence described the soldier, who was nicknamed "Spud" as "a calm, confident leader" and a devoted father to his two-year-old daughter Sophia. He served in the Army for 11 years and was leading a team within the Serious Crimes Unit just before he died. His widow Olivia described him as a "hero" who strived to help the people of Iraq and who took pride in his military career. This online memorial is in honour of his life and his achievements.

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