To All Who Followed OOV

It is with a heavy heart that I write to you the passing of One Old Vet, Allen Taylor. OOV passed on Tuesday morning August 23rd, 2016.

OOV spent the last 10+ years sharing his beliefs and knowledge with the OOV community. He lived, he loved, and breathed defending the Constitution of the United States. He was passionate about justice and believed in fighting for what was right for his country. He loved God, Family, and Country above all.

One Old Vet’s final resting place will be at Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN, in “Field of Valor”

I thank each one of you for the support and friendship you have shown OOV, it meant the world to him.

Best regards to all.

-Mrs. OOV
Judy Taylor

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27 thoughts on “To All Who Followed OOV

  1. Judy,

    I am in shock and tears. So sad to lose a wonderful friend. OOV is a great loss to America and all the good things this nation was founded upon, stood for, and upheld. I always knew when I logged into OOV I was in touch with a friend.

    Allen lived up to his motto: “Stand Next To Me And You’ll Never Stand Alone.

    Husband, Father, Soldier, Patriot, and Friend…RIP One Old Vet

    Blessings to you and the family,
    Kay Bentley

  2. Heartfelt condolences to you, Mrs. OOV, and your family on the passing of One Old Vet. He was special. I wish there were more people like him in the world today; it would be a much better place. He will be sorely missed!

  3. America has lost a genuine patriot and hero who always came down on the side of common sense and reason. He clearly loved America and was adamant in his defense of her virtue.

    He will be missed and always remembered.

    God bless and keep Mrs. OOV!

  4. Sorry to hear of your loss, Mrs. Taylor. Mr. Taylor was a true patriot and hero to

    Americans everywhere. He fought the good fight.

    Gary Jones

  5. My deepest condolences to his family and friends. He lived an honorable life of service and I’m sure he has already heard the words, “Well done, thou good and faithful servant.”

  6. I’m proud to have met him, he raised a great man I’m proud to have married my baby sister. Very good service today. I’m sorry for your loss, he was an amazing man.

  7. Very saddened to hear of Mr. Taylor’s passing, whose unfaltering and great work I followed via

    Condolences to his loved ones.

    1. Patrick thank you for your wonderful, precious words for OOV, left me breathless, we are so so proud of Allen. This means so much to me

      Judy Taylor

  8. Dear Mrs. Taylor,
    Please let me tell you how sorry I am for you and your family from the loss of Mr. Taylor. Mr. Taylor was a patriot. It is because of people like him more and more people are waking up every day. Most of us are afraid to speak out or stand up or fight. Mr. Taylor died standing up. He died fighting.
    Thanks for fighting.
    Delmar Jackson

  9. I am sorry for your loss, Mrs. Taylor. I followed OOV’s inspiring work through It was obvious he devoted countless hours to the cause of immigration reform, and through the very darkest time just a few years ago, when it seemed no one was listening.

    Well no one now would say no one is listening and that is directly through the incredible dedication of a few individuals like OOV. You must have been an incredible support to him. Thank you.

  10. My condolences, Mrs. Taylor, and thank you for sharing him. OOV, a great American, will be missed by many activists in the immigration-enforcement movement. He encouraged us with his tireless work. Blessings.

  11. I am truly sorry to learn of OOV ‘s passing. He was always a hero and I marveled at the amount of time he obviously dedicated to his ever so enlightening blog. Sincere condolences to the family. We are worse off because of his absence. RIP.

  12. I am deeply saddened by Allen’s loss. I think of him as my friend and commend him for the countless hours he spent trying to bring sanity to our fight for sensible immigration policies.

    Deep condolences to Allen’s wife Judy who stood by his side.

  13. My condolences Mrs. Taylor. Your husband’s service to our country, be it in Vietnam or in tireless efforts to get the word out about nation-wrecking immigration bills, is immensely appreciated.

  14. Heartfelt condolences. And not just for Mrs Taylor – America herself has suffered the grievous loss of one of her staunchest defenders.

    If you’re looking down on us, OOV, you can rest easy – we will prevail. It’s gonna take a lot more than an army of knock-kneed campus Communists and media parasites to lay to rest what the Founders brought into being.

  15. Judy,
    Woke up this morning thinking about you and Allen. Still praying for you and your family. I am missing him so much. Heaven’s bright shore got a little brighter when OOV crossed into gloryland. Love you and your family very much.

  16. Mrs. Taylor I’m so sorry for your loss. I knew Al back in the 80’s and 90’s skydiving at Frankfort. I will always remember his humorous antics. The world lost a good man.

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