Hello; This is rather late but I can tell you a bit more about Robert (Bob)Young. I am currently writing a biography about Mr. George M. Taggart. Bob Young and Taggart were close friends. Taggart was US Navy
during WWII. He spent much time on Saipan working to restore the local skipjack/bonito tuna fishing
fleet. He was assisted by Bob Young (USN), and others, including my father, Robert B. Sheeks (USMCR). I have built websites for both Taggart and my father. Bob Young went on to work for Wilbur-Ellis after the war. Taggart went on to work for the TTPI. Taggart retired in 1966 and moved to St. Croix, where he passed away from stomach cancer in 1967. Bob had learned of Taggart's illness and offered to send his private plane to airlift Taggart to the Mayo Clinic in the States for treatment, but his condition had spread so far, it was hopeless. Bob was a great admirer of Taggart, tried to save his life, but time had run out.