William Eugene “Bill” Taylor Unknown Paper Unknown Date Submitted by: Brenda Franklin
William Eugene “Bill” Taylor
William Eugene Taylor was born January 21, 1952 in Oklahoma City to Lester and Bertha Marie (Hagler) Taylor. His family moved to the Chelsea area where he attended Bushyhead Grade School and Foyil High School. He was known by his friends and family as Bill. He married Rose Mary Ragsdale on March 1, 1990 in Miami, Oklahoma. They made there home in Chelsea after there marriage.
He went to be with the Lord Monday evening July 10th at his home near Chelsea.
His Mother Bertha Taylor, Grandparents Lester & Elva Taylor, Sister Elizabeth Hall & Clarence Hagler preceded him in death.
He is survived by: His Wife, Rose Mary of the Home Father, Lester Taylor of Chelsea, Oklahoma Two Sons, William Eugene Taylor Jr. of Texas Kris Aaron Taylor of Tulsa, Oklahoma Step-Son, Michael Everett & wife Shelly of Chelsea, Oklahoma Step-Daughter, Christina Kay Mason of Springfield, Missouri Brother, Clarence Taylor & wife Sonnie of Chelsea, Oklahoma Sisters, Grace Marie Taylor and Phyllis Edwards both of Chelsea, Oklahoma Ada Alien Borden of Del City, Oklahoma and Joyce Parker of Catoosa, Oklahoma Eight Grandchildren, And a host of other relatives and friends
Please view the online Obituary & sign the Condolence Book at: www.seaman-blanke.com
Graveside Funeral Service: 10:30 Thursday, July 13th at Wards Grove Cemetery in Foyil, Oklahoma. Services are under the direction of - Seaman - Blanke Funeral Service of Chelsea, Oklahoma
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