Carleton Thomas Taylor

April 17, 2018 9 Condolences Print Obituary

1926 - 2018

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of our father, Dr. Carleton Thomas Taylor

Dr. Taylor is survived by his four children, Mark Taylor, Irene Colwell, Tim Taylor, and Fern Steem. He is also survived by 12 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren.

He was predeceased by his wife of 59 years, Elizabeth Victoria Taylor (nee) Mark, seven years ago.

Our father graduated from the University of Alberta with a degree in Civil Engineering. He later returned to university and attained his medical degree and practiced medicine for almost 50 years.

Celebration of Life
1:00PM Thursday April 26, 2018
Beach Corner Evangelical Free Church
53117 Range Road 14
Parkland County, AB
(10 minutes west of Stony Plain, AB on Range Road 14 [Hubbles Lake Road] between Highways 16 and 16A)

  1. Dr. Carl Taylor. Thousands of people across Western Canada owe their great health to Dr. T. Unselfishly giving of his time and knowledge. Gifted speaker who loved to make people laugh during his talks on health and nutrition. He had a way of communicating and connecting with people. Loved and revered. He was looking forward to his next adventure, in that place where there is no sunrise and no sunset, where he can spend eternity basking in the light and love of his Lord. Thank you Dr. T for your great contribution in the lives of so many. Your memory will last forever.

  2. Wow! So many fond memories come flooding back of bible studies with Carl and Beth, times of great fellowship and sharing at the table, singing around the piano, words of prayer and prophecy, and ministering side-by-side at the at the Assembly of God church building.

    I rejoice greatly at the thought that he is rejoicing around the throne with Beth, Mom, Grandpa Mason, Rose and Eunice… and so many others who have gone on before!

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all!

  3. It is bittersweet to hear about your dad, Rene.
    We all know where he is and he wouldn’t trade places with any of us.
    I was just thinking about my dad this morning and wishing I could talk to him. Sympathies Rene.

  4. Another beautiful butterfly has returned home to His Heavenly
    Father. We have many fond memories of fellowshiping with Dr. Carl , his wife, Beth and the folks of Assembly of God Church. Those are sweet memories! Please know are thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.

  5. Dr. Taylor was a special physician. Many years ago, he was the first one to teach me and many others what health and wellness was all about. He was brave when it came to speaking out about alternative medicine when it was frowned upon. His methods were those of an experienced physician whose knowledge and love for his patients was unparalleled. I believe God has a special place reserved for this great man

  6. Love and prayers for the whole family!! Wish I could be there for the celebration of Uncle Carl’s life!!! My memories of Carl always go to his teachings about the body how the spiritual often is mirrored in the physical! I was in Nursing school when the comparisons caused me to be in awe of the God who created us!!
    Anna Iltis

  7. I have so many wonderful memories of Carl who gave me so much information on nutrition, and helped my healing from cancer 25 years ago. He had a brilliant mind and remembered everything he read it seemed. He had such a marvelous way of sharing his knowledge, and was such a loving man of God. Love and prayers for his family

  8. Dr Carl Taylor was a huge inspiration to me in my pursuits of natural healing. I still have a thick binder of notes I took while listening to his many lectures on health through supplementation and proper nutrition. I was mesmerized by his incredible knowledge and the pragmatic sense he made of very complicated chemical pathways etc. He made it so easy to learn and understand how are bodies function and why we need to supplement and how. He had such an incredible gift and helped so many people who were given up on by allopathic medical practitioners. He was a very rare Doctor. He will forever be on my highest pedestal of admiration as he will for the many friends and family who knew and loved him and the countless patients he unselfishly helped.

  9. All the condolences speak volumes for those who knew the Taylors (Carl and Beth) and much about the lives he touched. We were surprised to hear from so many whose acquaintances came from the engineering consulting he did and the projects he worked on with them. He was as diligent in his attention to details in engineering as he was in his medical research and teaching; diligence like visiting manufacturing companies to see and assess nutritional product production. He shared his findings too!! We had an occasion to call the Mayo Clinic for advise for our son with cancer at age 12. I spoke with 3 different medical persons there – they new Carl or at least of his work and said they could not improve upon his advice to us. What a tribute!
    God Bless this couple who, without each other, their lives and impact would would not have been as complete.
    What a compliment to the purpose of mankind here on earth.

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