About Roy Taylor
So much to say here, but needing to say so little publicly on the Internet. If you know me from a past life or whatever, please by all means drop me a line at my e-mail address shown below and I'd be happy to correspond with you.
I have a lot of great photos of my wonderful family online, but I don't want to link to my private images for the world to see anymore. If you know me, please drop me a line and I'd be happy to share that link with you.
I'd love it if you'd like to buy a copy of my book, Chicago Bears History, which you can do by clicking that link. It was published in 2004 and was the first full history of the Chicago Bears written since Dick Wittingham's in 1979.
Of course, please check out my Chicago Bears History website, which I've continually expanded since 2000.
I've had the good fortune to do a few television spots and had some great articles written on me and the site. I don't want to have to repost them here, so please take a look at them on the Chicago Bears History Media Page. With the way the Bears are playing in 2007, I'll probably never do a TV spot again.
I do not have a personal/family blog, because I don't think anyone would care to waste their time hearing about our latest trip to the grocery store. But I do post my thoughts most every day on the Chicago Bears on my Chicago Bears Blog. Please check it out.
Please check out my profile on LinkedIn, and if we have worked together or just have a previous connection, send me a request to link with me there. Maintaining every professional connection I have had is important to me.
At the left, you'll find a link to my Grandfather LeRoy P. Taylor's journal from 1936, recounting the first 40 years of his life and his experiences in World War One. Took me a long time to type that up from his notepad; I hope you'll enjoy reading it.
My e-mail address is below.