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Miss Ski Tatianna Taylor - Union Springs Herald: Obituaries

Miss Ski Tatianna Taylor

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Posted: Wednesday, May 1, 2013 4:25 pm | Updated: 4:28 pm, Wed May 1, 2013.

Taylor, Miss Ski Tatianna, 12, fell asleep in death on Friday, April 19, 2013. Ski was the oldest child born to Garry and Sarina Taylor on December 1, 2000.

Funeral services were held Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. at Elizabeth Baptist Church, Rev. Demond Jones, Pastor and Min. Joe F. Holcomb, Jr., officiating. Interment followed immediately afterwards in the churchyard cemetery.

Ski had love and a passion for animals. Her latest pets were two gerbils by the name of Diamond and Goldie. Needless to say, we can’t leave out Bandit the precious family dog in which she loved and cared for dearly. Ski was educated in the Montgomery County School System. She was a fifth grader at Wares Ferry Elementary School, in Mrs. Holly class. Ski always made sure that her brother, Jayden was taken care of.

Ski leaves to honor and cherish her precious memories: father and mother, Garry and Sarina Taylor; two brothers, Jayden Jammal Taylor, Montgomery, AL and LeGerrien Osborne, Prattville, AL; two sisters, Alexis Taylor and Ashley Taylor, both of Montgomery, AL; three grandparents, Betty Taylor, Hayneville, AL, Frankie and Jimmie Maddox, Union Springs, AL; one great-grandparent, Minnie Maddox, Union Springs, AL; three aunts, Rosie Ann (Stanley) Smith, Hayneville, AL, Deshowne (Thomas) Pringle and Shalena (David) Taylor, both of Montgomery, AL; one uncle, Kendarius (Wakeisha) Gardner, Montgomery, AL; a devoted great-uncle and aunt, Alvin and Pamela Maddox, Montgomery, AL; a devoted grandmother, Elisha Maddox, god-sister, Zoe Howard; along with a host of other aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

The staff of Carter Funeral Home is honored to have served the family of the late Miss Ski Tatianna Taylor and join the family in an extreme expression of gratitude for the care and support extended to them during the demise of their precious loved one.