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January 30, 1969 ~ July 25, 2022 (age 53) 53 Years Old
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Andrew Taylor was born on January 30, 1969, to Harris and Artie Taylor of Winston County, Louisville, Mississippi. He accepted Christ at an early age and joined Union Chapel Missionary Baptist Church. Later in life, he joined Greensboro CME Church here in Louisville, MS. He completed Louisville High School and attended East Community College in Scooba, MS, and obtained a Mortuary Science degree.
He worked in the family’s Taylor’s Funeral Home business all his life. He left this life on July 23, 2022. Andrew loved to spoil his nieces and nephews with a good time while they were in town visiting him, he loved a great deal at the store, he loved being a funeral director, he loved joking around, and he loved life.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Harris Taylor and Artie Taylor.
Andrew Taylor leaves to cherish in memories his siblings, Lee Mark (Maxine) Taylor; Lillie Shinner; Frank (Rheta) Taylor; Minnie (Albert) Savior, and Harris (Diane) Taylor Jr, three aunts, Daisy (Johnnie) Herrod, Jennie Austin, and Ella Rae Austin, and uncle, Dee Dotson, nieces: Tiffany Smith, Samantha Matlock, T’arie Todman, Dede Haynes and nephews, Jason Love, Sr., Robert Skinner, Jacob Savior, Derek Taylor great nieces and nephews: Kaylen Todman, Marion Todman, Malachi Todman, Jason Love Jr., Jaunna Love, Jaylen Love, Tarralyn Matlock, Terrence Matlock Jr., great-great nephew Jace Todman, and a host of relatives and friends relatives. He will be missed.