Ohana Tayon Obituary, Death – We regret to inform you that a member of our paddling family has passed away, and we do so with a heavy heart. We feel obligated to share this news with you. It was Steve Tayon who was the one who carried it out. We are keeping his family and the people who are important to him in our thoughts and prayers as they go through this difficult time.
There were many different motivations for Steve to make the trip all the way from Florida to paddle with us at Hoboken Cove on the numerous occasions that he did so. These motivations include, but are not limited to, the opportunity to participate in the Hudson River Cup and to be a member of our crew at the Cayuga Cup this year. In addition, Steve participated in a number of other competitions at Hoboken Cove alongside our team.
His stories of daring adventure were motivating, and the upbeat attitude that he exuded was contagious to those who were in his immediate vicinity. Everyone will express their sorrow over his passing in their own particular way.
There are many of us who struggle with a variety of difficulties throughout our lives, and there are times when the pressures of everything appear to be too much for us to bear.
There are times when we feel as though we are going to burst. It is of the utmost importance to be aware of the fact that no one deserves to be forced to fight by themselves, and this fact should be kept in mind at all times. When you are in the utmost need of assistance, there are a lot of people who are willing to give it to you when you ask for it. All you have to do is make the request. If you are in urgent need of assistance, do not be afraid to get in touch with us or call us at 9-8-8; we are here to assist you. Please do not be afraid to do either of these things.