Posted by M. G., a resident of another community, on Sep 26, 2011 at 3:25 pm
Keith Taylor often worked 12 hour days, driving to work at 3 a.m. He did not use illegal substances. This is a tragedy. He leaves behind a loving wife, four children and many others who feel his absence.
Posted by Arlene Atherton, a resident of Stanford, on Jun 19, 2012 at 12:53 pm
Keith was a real Silicon Valley Success story. Working from the time he was in high school to get himself through college, dedication, commitment, perseverance were his traits. He gave 100% to his family, his company, and the people around him. A man of faith - he determined to live with his actions encouragement, compassion, and leadership. Keith was never involved in any substance abuse issues. Knowing Keith he was probably helping someone late, and driving home much too tired.
He spent his life encouraging others to be the best they could. As CFO he was a man of integrity with impeccable judgement. He was unfailing in his desire to offer the best to those around him. I am struck by this tragedy. What a severe loss to the communities who knew him.