Edward A. "Eddie" Taylor, 50, of Danbury, died March 26 at Yale-New Haven Hospital. He was the husband of Christine "Chrissy" (Holick) Taylor.

Mr. Taylor was born Oct. 5, 1960, in Danbury, son of Joan (Rassmussen) Taylor, of Danbury, and the late Donald Taylor.

He worked as a tractor trailer driver for M&M Precast for more than 20 years.

Most recently, along with his wife, they founded their own trucking company, Sons of Thunder Transportation, LLC.

The Taylors also owned other businesses, including a catering company, The Rack Shack, specializing in BBQ, and Won Nation Under God, selling Christian merchandise.

Mr. Taylor was known as a devoted husband who loved his family and church family.

He and his wife were active members of Faith Church in New Milford, and have volunteered in countless ways to support the church family for the past 11 years.

Mr. Taylor and his wife founded Lost and Found International, Inc. in 2008.

In addition to his wife of 20 years and his mother, Mr. Taylor is survived by two daughters, Nicole and Tiffany Taylor; his "daughters," Tracey Stowe Buckley, Melanie Pagan, Angela Lee, Rosanne Waters, Denise Stack and Marci Beach; grandchildren; a brother, Donald Taylor, and his wife, Gina, of New Milford; two sisters, Wendy Yoder, and her husband, Michael, of New Milford, and Cindy Flanagan, of Danbury; his mother-in-law, Shirley Holick; three brothers-in-law, Mark Holick, and his wife, Allison, Kevin Holick, and wife, Jackie, and Steven Holick and his wife, Kathy; and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his father-in-law, George Holick, who died in January, to whom he was close.

The Cornell Memorial Home of Danbury was in charge of arrangements.