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Has anyone heard from Mr. Larimore?

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(sorry if this is posted to the wrong section of BH)

Haven't seen a post from Mr. Taylor Larimore since April. Hope he is on a nice vacation somewhere.

Wishing him well, wherever he is. 🙏
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+1

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Does anyone have any update on how Mr. Larimore is doing? His last BH post was on April 20. His nuggets of wisdom add to any conversation he joins.

Wishing him well wherever he is. 🙏
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I think after reaching 100, there may be a certain denouement aspect and he’s probably taking some time for himself and his many hobbies - sailing, charitable works, etc.

And if he’s not feeling well we certainly send our warmest best wishes for a speedy recovery! He looked very well in those 100th birthday photos!
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He is somewhere collecting his monthly annuity payments.

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I let Taylor know about this thread. Hopefully, he'll show up soon (after his nap :D) and confirm his current status.
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Mel Lindauer wrote: Wed May 08, 2024 8:08 pm I let Taylor know about this thread. Hopefully, he'll show up soon (after his nap :D) and confirm his current status.
Thank you!
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Ode to Mr. Larimore:

Beneath the canopy of financial lore,
Resides a sage of unwavering score,
Taylor Larimore, wise beyond his years,
Guiding through markets, beyond the fears.

In Boston's arms, this legend was born,
Through the icy blasts of life's fierce morn.
A paratrooper in the throes of war,
Battle of the Bulge, his valor soared.

Miami schooled, in business's embrace,
A life insured, a race well paced.
From IRS to seas of sail,
His wisdom grew with each hearty gale.

A sailor true, on liquid plains,
Instructor of the year, his skill remains.
With Pat by side, through sixty-two springs,
Their love and portfolios took wings.

Drawn to Bogle’s simple, potent creed,
In thrifty virtue, he found his lead.
Three funds to bind them, wisdom's core,
His pen and voice, a financial lore.

Champion of small investors, a guiding star,
In Bogleheads' Hall, his fame not far.
A forum sage, from dawn to dusk,
Helping hands, through market's husk.

So here’s to Taylor, the King of the wise,
His legacy in every investor’s eyes.
As markets sway and fortunes spin,
His counsel strong, a sure win-win.

In Miami's heart, a day bears his name,
For youth and sailors, his enduring fame.
Taylor Larimore, a beacon bright,
In the lore of finance, a guiding light.

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ReadyOne wrote: Wed May 08, 2024 9:38 pm Ode to Mr. Larimore:

Beneath the canopy of financial lore,
Resides a sage of unwavering score,
Taylor Larimore, wise beyond his years,
Guiding through markets, beyond the fears.

In Boston's arms, this legend was born,
Through the icy blasts of life's fierce morn.
A paratrooper in the throes of war,
Battle of the Bulge, his valor soared.

Miami schooled, in business's embrace,
A life insured, a race well paced.
From IRS to seas of sail,
His wisdom grew with each hearty gale.

A sailor true, on liquid plains,
Instructor of the year, his skill remains.
With Pat by side, through sixty-two springs,
Their love and portfolios took wings.

Drawn to Bogle’s simple, potent creed,
In thrifty virtue, he found his lead.
Three funds to bind them, wisdom's core,
His pen and voice, a financial lore.

Champion of small investors, a guiding star,
In Bogleheads' Hall, his fame not far.
A forum sage, from dawn to dusk,
Helping hands, through market's husk.

So here’s to Taylor, the King of the wise,
His legacy in every investor’s eyes.
As markets sway and fortunes spin,
His counsel strong, a sure win-win.

In Miami's heart, a day bears his name,
For youth and sailors, his enduring fame.
Taylor Larimore, a beacon bright,
In the lore of finance, a guiding light.

Courtesy of Chatty 4.0 and a little help from me
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AnnetteLouisan wrote: Wed May 08, 2024 6:54 pm I think after reaching 100, there may be a certain denouement aspect and he’s probably taking some time for himself and his many hobbies - sailing, charitable works, etc.

And if he’s not feeling well we certainly send our warmest best wishes for a speedy recovery! He looked very well in those 100th birthday photos!
Thank you for using the beautiful word denouement. I sprinkle it in my conversations and have realized it's usually not understood since for most folks it was buried in a boring class on Language Arts.
I believe it to be a euphonious mellifluous word and a perfect poetic replacement for "glideslope" or any other oft-invoked metaphor for a gracefully executed ending. Thanks be to Taylor for being a lighthouse example of the graceful poetries of patient simplicity within the passage of time.
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I do hope Taylor is doing well, I have to admit that I am concerned. It was an honor to attend his 99th and 100th virtual Birthday party and I got to see other Bogleheads on Zoom, people I had interacted with on the forum but otherwise knew nothing about. I would very much like to attend his 101st virtual Birthday party in January 2025. Keep on trucking, Taylor.
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nedsaid wrote: Thu May 09, 2024 8:26 pm I do hope Taylor is doing well, I have to admit that I am concerned. It was an honor to attend his 99th and 100th virtual Birthday party and I got to see other Bogleheads on Zoom, people I had interacted with on the forum but otherwise knew nothing about. I would very much like to attend his 101st virtual Birthday party in January 2025. Keep on trucking, Taylor.
I talked to Taylor and he's recovering from a short illness. He hopes to be back online soon. Let's hope that his recovery and return is sooner rather than later.

Get well soon, my dear friend.
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Mel Lindauer wrote: Wed May 22, 2024 12:09 am
nedsaid wrote: Thu May 09, 2024 8:26 pm I do hope Taylor is doing well, I have to admit that I am concerned. It was an honor to attend his 99th and 100th virtual Birthday party and I got to see other Bogleheads on Zoom, people I had interacted with on the forum but otherwise knew nothing about. I would very much like to attend his 101st virtual Birthday party in January 2025. Keep on trucking, Taylor.
I talked to Taylor and he's recovering from a short illness. He hopes to be back online soon. Let's hope that his recovery and return is sooner rather than later.

Get well soon, my dear friend.
Excellent news, Mel. Thanks for sharing.
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Mel Lindauer wrote: Wed May 22, 2024 12:09 am
nedsaid wrote: Thu May 09, 2024 8:26 pm I do hope Taylor is doing well, I have to admit that I am concerned. It was an honor to attend his 99th and 100th virtual Birthday party and I got to see other Bogleheads on Zoom, people I had interacted with on the forum but otherwise knew nothing about. I would very much like to attend his 101st virtual Birthday party in January 2025. Keep on trucking, Taylor.
I talked to Taylor and he's recovering from a short illness. He hopes to be back online soon. Let's hope that his recovery and return is sooner rather than later.

Get well soon, my dear friend.
Thank you so much for letting us know. It's been a month since he posted, and it's not quite the same here without him.

Wishing you a speedy recovery, Mr. Larimore!🙏
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Wishing Taylor all the best - get well soon! 🙏
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Missing Taylor……
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My Boglehead friends:

I have not been able to visit the forum for some time and I miss you. I have no specific illness except maybe old age (I turned 100 last January). Unfortunately, it put me in the hospital. I have returned home but require full-time care. This is my first attempt to return to the computer.

My family checks the computer and keep me aware of what is going on with the Bogleheads which has been my primary endeavor for many years.

No one has benefited from this forum more than I have. Thanks to Mr. Bogle, you, and my Three-Fund Portfolio I have no money worries.

I wish you the same.

Taylor
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Taylor Larimore wrote: Fri May 24, 2024 4:35 pm My Boglehead friends:

I have not been able to visit the forum for some time and I miss you. I have no specific illness except maybe old age (I turned 100 last January). Unfortunately, it put me in the hospital. I have returned home but require full-time care. This is my first attempt to return to the computer.

My family checks the computer and keep me aware of what is going on with the Bogleheads which has been my primary endeavor for many years.

No one has benefited from this forum more than I have. Thanks to Mr. Bogle, you, and my Three-Fund Portfolio I have no money worries.

I wish you the same.

Taylor
So very good to hear from you!

I have benefited very much. It has given me peace of mind.

Thank you Taylor!
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Taylor

Great to hear from you!

Wishing you clear sailing ahead!

Take care of yourself

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My day is brighter now…..
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Taylor Larimore wrote: Fri May 24, 2024 4:35 pm My Boglehead friends:

I have not been able to visit the forum for some time and I miss you. I have no specific illness except maybe old age (I turned 100 last January). Unfortunately, it put me in the hospital. I have returned home but require full-time care. This is my first attempt to return to the computer.

My family checks the computer and keep me aware of what is going on with the Bogleheads which has been my primary endeavor for many years.

No one has benefited from this forum more than I have. Thanks to Mr. Bogle, you, and my Three-Fund Portfolio I have no money worries.

I wish you the same.

Taylor

Great to hear from you, Mr. Larimore! Your three fund portfolio has changed our lives. Best wishes.
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Taylor Larimore wrote: Fri May 24, 2024 4:35 pm My Boglehead friends:

I have not been able to visit the forum for some time and I miss you. I have no specific illness except maybe old age (I turned 100 last January). Unfortunately, it put me in the hospital. I have returned home but require full-time care. This is my first attempt to return to the computer.

My family checks the computer and keep me aware of what is going on with the Bogleheads which has been my primary endeavor for many years.

No one has benefited from this forum more than I have. Thanks to Mr. Bogle, you, and my Three-Fund Portfolio I have no money worries.

I wish you the same.

Taylor
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You are a great Arborist Taylor. 🌳
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Taylor Larimore wrote: Fri May 24, 2024 4:35 pm My Boglehead friends …….
You can’t imagine how good it is to hear those three words from you……

Welcome back, Taylor.
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It is going to be a GREAT Memorial Day weekend!

Many thanks for your military service and encouragement of "Staying the Course".
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Mr. Larimore, it is truly wonderful to see your post! And for everyone else, this would be a good time to click on the "Support the Site" link above and make a donation to Bogleheads.org in appreciation of Mr. Larimore's gifts to us.
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You’ve made our day, dear Taylor. Here’s to many, many more. 🥂
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CRC_Volunteer wrote: Fri May 24, 2024 7:01 pm It is going to be a GREAT Memorial Day weekend!

Many thanks for your military service and encouragement of "Staying the Course".
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Taylor Larimore wrote: Fri May 24, 2024 4:35 pm My Boglehead friends:

I have not been able to visit the forum for some time and I miss you. I have no specific illness except maybe old age (I turned 100 last January). Unfortunately, it put me in the hospital. I have returned home but require full-time care. This is my first attempt to return to the computer.

My family checks the computer and keep me aware of what is going on with the Bogleheads which has been my primary endeavor for many years.

No one has benefited from this forum more than I have. Thanks to Mr. Bogle, you, and my Three-Fund Portfolio I have no money worries.

I wish you the same.

Taylor
Mr. Larimore, it's SO GREAT to see your post!

Like so many, I've followed your posts since the days of Morningstar Vanguard Diehards, and you've have a dramatic positive impact on our family's financial well-being. Additionally, you stand as a wonderful example of The Greatest Generation.

THANK YOU for your many years of service, on so many levels.
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I’m a relative newcomer on the forum - about a year - and still so, so grateful for your wisdom and for embodying the best spirit that this community, or any community really, has to offer.

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So good to see that boat on the water, Taylor
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we miss you too Taylor. Good to hear from you and hope you feel better and are in good hands. Take care and have a good memorial day weekend.
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Great to hear from you Taylor. Get well soon
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Happy to hear you're back at home, Taylor. Also Happy Memorial Day and thank you for your service!
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Taylor Larimore wrote: Fri May 24, 2024 4:35 pm My Boglehead friends:

I have not been able to visit the forum for some time and I miss you. I have no specific illness except maybe old age (I turned 100 last January). Unfortunately, it put me in the hospital. I have returned home but require full-time care. This is my first attempt to return to the computer.

My family checks the computer and keep me aware of what is going on with the Bogleheads which has been my primary endeavor for many years.

No one has benefited from this forum more than I have. Thanks to Mr. Bogle, you, and my Three-Fund Portfolio I have no money worries.

I wish you the same.

Taylor
Hi Taylor:

Thank you for checking in. We all missed you, hope you get well real soon.

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Taylor, you are obviously missed by many and we are glad you're back! You have always been an inspiration to me both as an investor and as a person. Your kindness and thoughtfulness are only exceeded by your knowledge and generosity in sharing it. You have improved my life immensely. I for one (and I know I'm just one of a multitude) hope that you are contributing to this community for many more years to come. One of my biggest regrets is not having the opportunity to meet you in person - yet.

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Taylor Larimore wrote: Fri May 24, 2024 4:35 pm My Boglehead friends:

I have not been able to visit the forum for some time and I miss you. I have no specific illness except maybe old age (I turned 100 last January). Unfortunately, it put me in the hospital. I have returned home but require full-time care. This is my first attempt to return to the computer.

My family checks the computer and keep me aware of what is going on with the Bogleheads which has been my primary endeavor for many years.

No one has benefited from this forum more than I have. Thanks to Mr. Bogle, you, and my Three-Fund Portfolio I have no money worries.

I wish you the same.

Taylor
Taylor,

Wonderful to read your post and know you are back home and in good hands - and thankfully reminding us of your Three-Fund portfolio and of Jack's "Simplicity" quote. With your family keeping you up to date on the forum, we can look forward to more of your reminders to Keep it Simple.

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Glad you're OK Taylor. A lot of us were worried about you. You have a lot of followers on here!
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Taylor, we're glad to know you're okay. We've all missed you.
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Taylor,

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Taylor,

Wishing you all the best!
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Taylor Larimore wrote: Fri May 24, 2024 4:35 pm My Boglehead friends:

I have not been able to visit the forum for some time and I miss you. I have no specific illness except maybe old age (I turned 100 last January). Unfortunately, it put me in the hospital. I have returned home but require full-time care. This is my first attempt to return to the computer.

My family checks the computer and keep me aware of what is going on with the Bogleheads which has been my primary endeavor for many years.

No one has benefited from this forum more than I have. Thanks to Mr. Bogle, you, and my Three-Fund Portfolio I have no money worries.

I wish you the same.

Taylor
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I'm just seeing this now. I'm thinking of you, Taylor, and am glad that you have the care that you need and no money worries.
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I am pleased that at least some of my time on this forum has overlapped with yours. Thanks for all you have done to advance the message of low-cost index investing.
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I logged into Bogleheads just to check on Mr. Larimore. Back in the Morningstar Diehard days Taylor spent quite a lot of time helping me sort my portfolio which is essentially unchanged.

Thank you Taylor!
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tbradnc wrote: Fri Jun 07, 2024 4:01 pm I logged into Bogleheads just to check on Mr. Larimore. Back in the Morningstar Diehard days Taylor spent quite a lot of time helping me sort my portfolio which is essentially unchanged.

Thank you Taylor!
Me too tbradnc....my portfolio has been exquisitely 'Taylored' and is serving me very well!
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Same here. Words can't express my gratitude for everything Taylor has done helping not only myself, but the forum and countless others.
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