In Loving Memory of

Nestor "Big Daddy" Lowell Taylor

April 13th 1973
February 20th 2021

It was a sun shinny beautiful day in Nassau, when Irvin and Margaret Taylor were blessed with their shining star baby boy who was born on the 13th April, 1973. He was so cute and adorable he was given the name Nestor Lowell. He was charming, quiet and calm. Nestor was a lovable child and loved by everyone, he truly was one of a kind.

Nestor obtained his education at Mable Walker Primary School he then journeyed on and completed his education at H O Nash Senior High School.

On Nestor’s journey of life, his first place of employment was at Lyford Cay Club, later on he was employed at Sheraton Grand Hotel, and finally to Atlantis in the Laundry Department as a truck driver where he later met his lobster Rochelle Black. Nestor was so ambitious he later took on other jobs such as a Taxi driver, Grill-man (He won the award as the #1 Grill man in the Atlantis Grill tournament) and Cooking & Catering Services.

Nestor was a happy, proud, father extraordinaire who worked hard to take care of his children, nothing was too good for them. He loved them dearly especially his baby girl “Teah-Teah”, who was his princess.

While working in the Atlantis Laundry, Nestor met his “Lobster”, Rochelle their relationship bloomed and they later got married in 2012.  He was Rochelle’s “Babe” as she affectionately called him. He was a very loving, caring, dependable, and overprotective of his Lobster, Nestor loved to cook, clean and wash. He always expressed his love in a tangible way, that left a lasting impression on his wife. Nothing was too good for his wife as he always spoiledher. He was an exemplary life partner indeed.

Nestor was experiencing health issues from2019 but continued to go about his daily life touching the hearts of all he met. On 29th January, this year, he was admitted to PMH where he spent a week in hospital and was later discharged.

Nestor who was always happy and smiling was not his same jovial self-afterwards, although he tried to masked what he was going through. However; he was surrounded by his family in Big Pond daily, where he was showered with much love and affection. Uncle Nestor made a mark in the life of his niece Christina and her children, especially Zaria who called him her “Pappy” even in the midst of his sickness he always came bearing treats for her whatever she asked for.  Uncle Nestor was “the bomb!”

On Saturday 20th February while at his home with his wife, Nestor became worst and took his heavenly flight to paradise.

Nestor character shown bright, he was loving affectionate and kind-hearted he was the life of the party always and never hesitated to put his hands in his pocket to be a blessing even if it meant giving his last. He made his entranced known wherever he went. He would say, “Big Daddy reach!”

Nestor left an indelible mark in the lives of all hose he came in contact with, He will forever be in our hearts.

 Left to cherish his fond memories is his fine Lobster, Wife: Rochelle Taylor; 2 Sons: Shaquan Nestor & Nestor Keyshone Taylor; 1 Daughter: Nesthea Taylor; Parents: Irwin & Margret Taylor; 3 Grandchildren: Keyshone Jr., Serenity and Shaquan Jr. Taylor; 1 Brother: Allen (Charlene) Taylor; 5 Sisters: Valentina (Lloyd) Nairn, Chrystall (Dario) Hanna, Roselda Davis, Quincy & Evelyn Taylor; Parents-in-law: Roscoe(Teresa) Black and Debroah (David) McClean; Brothers-in-law: VinsonDavis, Tracy Smith, Ervin (Latoya) Smith, Keiran (Adra) Smith and Joshua Black, Tory (Darzel) Gilbert; Sisters-in-law: Tiffany (Anthony) Moss, Brittney(Jahven) Bethel and Terrell Black; Aunts: Eldora, Florida & Ena Rolle, Lucine Sears, Sharon and Villiemae Black, Idena Bain, Niler Cox, Zell Curtis and Dedrigh Thompson; Uncles: Bursil & Ernest Rolle Chestine and Vemal Black; Nephews: Darius, Allen Jr. Andre, Ayden Timothy, Randol Jr. & Ramon Taylor Devon (Tia) Miller, Kermit Jr, Kevin, Kenny & Kenrad Moss, Lloyd Nairn Jr., Vinson Davis Jr., Emmerson Henchell, Dario Jr. & Darion Hanna, Angelo, Marcus & Deanza Moss and Tre Smith; Nieces: Shewrea (Kristofa) Heastie, Christina (Lorenzo) Ambrister, Lloyricka & Loreal Nairn, Vashley Davis, Danielle Smith, Darielle Hanna, Sharhan, Ashanti Alexia, Arden Taylor and Tania Smith; Grandnieces & Nephews: Johnathan & Arianna Heastie, Kermit III & K’Mari Moss, Ishamel Pratt, Lorenzo Jr, & Lazaria Ambrister, Latrinity Forbes, Latrell Gordon & Lael Nairn, Devon & Drelynn Miller, Keyshon, Serenity & Avery Taylor & Sanai Marshall; Cousins: Phyllis & Adrian Rolle, Trudymae Smith, Tanya Rolle, Mildred Henfield, Maxcine Knowles, Wendy & Angela Rolle, Anishka Grant,Shenika Smith, Lionel Harris, Lermon, Kenny, Garvin & Steven, Lawerence(Theresa), Dennis, (Keisha) Lockhart, Marvin, Byron and Norman Smith, Petra(Gregory) Cooper, Manix & Tiffany Barton, Sean (Kendra) & Shamal(Nicole) Henfield Sheanda and Jacintha, Devon (Desry) Saunders, Devaughn (Sequitta) Black Diana Campbell and Dion Bethel; Other relatives and friends including: Shelia Burrows & Family, Ron Bethel & Family, Retired-INSP Sidney McPhee and The McPhee Clan, Ferguson Family, Arnold Jackson & Family, Harry Cay Bullard Family, Shemeka Marshall, Ericka Duncombe, “Nestor Clan”– Rabbit & Cam, Shawn, Trevor Gaitor, Phil & Rose (Smoker’s Haven), Ken, Xavier, Andy, Jackson, Darren, Sidney, Dario, Charlie,“Uncle”, Anna, Riley, Stone Cold, Shanda, John, Sean, Patchy, Pat (BPL), The Bowes family,  David Strachan Family, The entire Big Pond Family & Officers and members of the Taxi-cab Union, Melinda Sweeting, Atlantis Laundry Dept., Apostle Valentino & Pastor Cleopatra Williams & the entire Life Changers Family, Reign’s Ministry Int’l.

It is not the intention of the family to leave anyone out but in the event we did, we do humbly apologize.


Service Date
Friday 19th March 2021
Life Changers Ministries International, Bacardi Road
Service Location
Popular Choice
10:00 a.m.
Service Start
Interment Service
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road
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