Harry Taylor, former chief executive of TATOC, has died
We are sad to report that Harry Taylor, former chief executive of TATOC (the Timeshare Association), died last week, age 77.
Harry was well known to many in the industry, having been involved in TATOC, the timeshare owners’ association, since the late 90s. He was originally appointed as treasurer but after the death of chief executive Fredericka Johns in 2008, took on the role of chief executive, working with a dedicated board to promote timeshare ownership. He was instrumental in establishing a closer relationship with the industry via RDO and took over RDO’s responsibility for its non-member consumer helpline. TATOC went on to provide an enhanced range of service to members. He held this position until TATOC was wound up in 2017.
Passionate about travel and timeshare, Harry loved to holiday around the world, particularly to Australia, where some of his family were based.
RDO sends its sympathy and condolences to his family and friends.