In Loving Memory of
Kerry Myron Taylor (Mr. K.T.)
On July 28, 1961, Margaret Carldean Taylor and the late Clark Benjamin Thompson welcomed with open arms another son into their life and named him Kerry Myron Taylor. Kerry entered into eternal rest paying the debt all men shall pay and slept into the bosom of God at 11:00 a.m.
Kerry Myron Taylor, "KT or Kay" as he was informally known by the many lives he touched in his forms of cooking, cleaning and around the home handyman work was formally educated and was graduated from Brookland Cayce High School. Kerry also was affectionately known for being well dressed and his quiet disposition.
At a very young age he was baptized by the Reverend James B. Adams and joined St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church. He loved St. Paul with all his heart. Demonstrating that dedication by being a faithful usher to the St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church Usher Board and Choir. As well he enjoyed serving as bus driver for the various programs and services he was needed to be of assistance. Truly living by the motto of "If i can help somebody as a travel along then my living shall not be in vain…"
Kerry was preceded in death by his maternal and paternal grandparents to include The Late Hazel Elizabeth Strother - Taylor, His father Clark Benjamin Thompson and his eldest brother Nicholas Jacques Taylor.
He leaves to live in the precious hearts of many to include but not limited to his loving and devoted wife Robin C. Jones (Lexington, South Carolina) a mother he affectionately called “Mama Cook” Margaret Carldean Taylor – Faulks (Late Bennie), and his baby sister Marguerite Regina Faulks – Murray, Lexington, South Carolina. He also leaves behind to cherish his memory Three children, Lataya Moneak Davis, (Columbia, South Carolina), Broderick York Taylor (Tarene) (Lexington, South Carolina), and Spencer Myron Taylor (Lexington). His legacy continues to live on as he has Seven Grandsons and Six Grand Daughters. He was blessed by his father to have 7 other siblings Quiana Hampton, Lexington, South Carolina, Anthony Bethea of West Columbia, Benjamin (Marilyn) and Daryll Thompson of Batesburg – Leesville, Tonya (Barry) Gallman of Little Mountain, Tikethia “Chee Chee” Thompson, of Columbia, South Carolina, Wendy (Kevin) Bates and the Late Makey (Chris) of Irmo, South Carolina and Clarsha (Fredrick) of Fayettville, North Carolina, One Living Aunt Thelma Powell Strother. He also leaves to precious memory a host of Nieces, Nephews, Cousins and treasured friends.
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