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Deed books dedicated in honor of history buff

Denise Taylor donated money toward the Adopt-A-Book program in honor of her husband Davis H. Taylor


Bucks County Recorder of Deeds Robin Robinson dedicated two deed books in honor of Davis H. Taylor, after his wife, Denise Taylor, donated money toward the Adopt-A-Book program in his name.

Early in 2020, Robinson was approached by Denise about donating toward the office’s Adopt-A-Book program. She had an idea to donate money toward the preservation of the books in honor of her husband, a huge history buff.

It’s the 20th anniversary of Davis’ business, and his wife thought this was a great way to celebrate this milestone.

The business, TAI Inc., provides its clients with training on Values-Based Leadership, which empowers employers to create a trust culture to improve employee performance.

Davis and Denise are managing members of TAI, employing senior associates across the globe, from the United States to Singapore to France. Their son Gaines is the TAI team coach. He runs the operations, working with students and young adults. Gaines also handles the company’s communications, writing publications and running social media, and is its Zoom producer.

Davis said, “With thanks to Robin, Nicole and the team for the opportunity to participate in the restoration project, for me it’s an honor to be remembered in a way that helps preserve the rich heritage and history of Bucks County. A transplant to the state 25 years ago, I appreciate the privilege of making a permanent connection with this community.”

To contact the Bucks County Recorder of Deeds office, call 215-348-6209 or visit buckscounty.org/government/RowOfficers/RecorderofDeeds

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