Effie A. Haynes Taylor © Cheyenne Star Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Effie A. Haynes Taylor, 79 year old housewife, died Wednesday, January 19, 1994 in Plano, Texas.
Funeral services were scheduled for 4:00 p.m. at Frank W. Wilson Funeral Directors Chapel with the Rev. David Weyatt offifciating.
Arrangements by Frank W. Wilson Funeral Directors.
Mrs. Taylor was born April 16, 1914, in Leedey, Oklahoma and had lived in Odessa most of her life.
She was a Methodist.
On August 6, 1937, she married John Wesley Taylor in Eastland County.
She was a member of the Lady's VFW Auxiliary No. 4372 for twenty years.
Mrs. Taylor is survived her husband, John Wesley Taylor of Odessa; two sons and daughters-in-law, Kenneth Wesley and Shirley Taylor of Plano, Texas; and Randy Roy and Mary Kay Taylor of Odessa; brother, Kenneth Haynes of Nashville, Tennessee; sisters, Eva Yarbrough and Hazel Harrison, both of Amarillo; four grandchildren, Bret Taylor of Plano; Nathalie Taylor of Austin, Texas; Tracey Hall of Midway, Georgia; and Timothy Taylor of Odessa; three great grandchildren, Landon a. Hall and Brittany N. Hall of Midway, Georgia; and Logan Taylor of Odessa.
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