Floyd F. Taylor

Born: Sat., Jan. 24, 1920
Died: Wed., Jan. 14, 2009

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Floyd F. Taylor, 88, of 49044 Sunfish Creek Rd., Clarington, Ohio 43915 died Wednesday, January 14, 2009 at the Monroe County Care Center, Woodsfield, Ohio.


He was born in Moss Run, Ohio on January 24, 1920 a son of the late Thurman and Edna May Kidd Taylor.


Floyd was a retired timber cutter; a U.S. Army veteran of W.W.II.; a member of the Woodsfield Church of Nazarene, Woodsfield, Ohio; was a lifetime member of the V.F.W. Post 5565, Powhatan Point, Ohio and enjoyed fishing.


In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one sister, Ethel Taylor; four brothers, Clarence Taylor, Elmer Taylor, Irvin Taylor and Orrie Taylor.


Surviving are his wife, Esther Eileen Humphrey Taylor whom he married January 12, 1946; two daughters: Carol Joan (Roger) Knuchel of Thornville, Ohio and Esther Ellen (Jack) Riley of Beallsville, Ohio; three sons: Gary Wayne (Marie) Taylor of Friendly, West Virginia, Thomas Floyd (Donna) Taylor of Woodsfield, Ohio and Stephen Douglas (Christina) Taylor of Clarington, Ohio; two sisters: Thelma Humphrey of Shelby, Ohio and Wilma Johnson of Collegedale, Tennessee; one brother: Eric Taylor of Marietta, Ohio; 16 grandchildren; several great grandchildren.


Friends will be received at the Watters Funeral Home, 37501 State Route 78 West, Woodsfield, Ohio from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Sunday, January 18, 2009 where funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Monday, January 19, 2009 with Pastor Mark Deneen and Pastor Rodney West officiating. Burial will follow in the Oaklawn Cemetery, Woodsfield, Ohio with military graveside services by the Powhatan Veterans Honor Guard.

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John and Joan Roe
   Posted Thu January 15, 2009
Our deepest sympathy is with the family.

Barbara Reischman
   Posted Thu January 15, 2009
Joan and Family,
Please know that you have our deepest sympathies at this terrible time. You all will remain in our thoughts and prayers.
The Raymond Reischman Family

Mike, Julie and Corey Jones
   Posted Thu January 15, 2009
Our sincere sympathy to Mr.Taylor's Family.
Mike, Julie(Parks) Corey Jones &
Mary M. Parks

Dan and Sue Fussell
   Posted Fri January 16, 2009
We would like to express our condolences to the Taylor family on the passing of Mr. Taylor. I remember going to the Free Methodist church as a kid, being friends with Ellen, and going home with her occasionally and what a loving, Christian family you all were. May God be with you at this difficult time.
Dan and Sue(Leasure) Fussell

kay hupp
   Posted Fri January 16, 2009

Jan Grose
   Posted Fri January 16, 2009
Gary, So sorry about your Dad, we are all thinking about you..

Alonzo Wilson
   Posted Fri January 16, 2009
We express our deepest symphony,to the Taylor family. Alonzo & Sherry Wilson

kay hupp
   Posted Fri January 16, 2009

Amy Zehnder
   Posted Sat January 17, 2009
Dear Eileen & family,
Our heart goes out to you and your entire family. Floyd will be dearly missed. He was always a spiritual giant in our book, as well as a dear friend. He was always so faithful to pray for our sons -- he took a special interest in them. We're also very grateful that he corresponded with our son, Aaron, while in Iraq-- it meant a lot to him -- and to us. His passing has left a large hole in our life as I'm sure it has in yours. We'll be looking forward to seeing him in heaven!

Sincerely,
David, Amy, & Katie Zehnder

kenny hupp
   Posted Sun January 18, 2009

Sandy (Leasure) Griffin
   Posted Sun January 18, 2009
Dear Eileen and Family,
I am truly and deeply saddened at the loss of your beloved husband and father. I will never forget the kindness and love you all gave me when I was a child and attended the Free Methodist Church. You made me feel welcome as though I were a member of your family. I still think very fondly of you all. Words are so inadequate at this time but my hope is you find some comfort in knowing how much he was loved.

Vickie Kindle & Steve Baker
   Posted Sun January 18, 2009
We are sorry to hear of Floyd passing. Your family has our sympathy during this difficult time..

RUTH YOHO
   Posted Sun January 18, 2009
TO THE BELOVED FAMILY OF FLOYD ,I REMEMBER ALL THE GOOD TIMES WE HAVE HAD WITH FLOYD AND EILEEN,THEIR FRIENDSHIP HAS BEEN SPECIAL.I KNOW THE ANGLES ARE REJOICING TONIGHT ,BUT MAY GOD EASE YOUR PAIN.NEED ANYTHING JUST CALL.LOVE ALL OF YOU.

Matthew Zehnder
   Posted Mon January 19, 2009
I wish that I could be there in person, but you are in my prayers today.

Rev.Mark Hutchinson
   Posted Sun January 25, 2009
I'm sorry to loose a friend someone who I met when I go to church with him. Floyd always has friends because the way he would treat them or even talk to them. There was no stranger to him unless he just has not met them. When I first started going to the same church where I met Floyd in Woodsfield He was the nicest man you could ever know. You had a problem he would lissen, talk to you about it, he was the best friend anyone could ask for. I could see how his family could say he was the best Dad ever because you had to know him, Floyd I know where you are, your home now,no more pain, all happiness because you are with the Lord Jesus we will see you soon my friend Rev.Mark Hutchinson

Maxine Rogalski
   Posted Sat May 16, 2009
If Floyd had a password it would be "JESUS LOVES YOU!" He was a really super guy and I know he'll be greatly missed; but what joy to know we'll meet him again some day. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I love you - (and so does Jesus!) Maxine

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