September 3rd, 1990 - November 4th, 2019
LINDSAY GAIL MAE TAYLOR aka "Lou Lou" & "Peanut"
Lindsay departed our world on November 4, 2019 to be with her savior. Lindsay’s greatest accomplishments were her two babies, Levi Edward Miller, Rhemy Lexi Mae Miller and her boyfriend, Rodney Miller.
She is survived by her loving devoted Mother Lisa and stepfather Tim Moore; her Father Todd and Renee Taylor, she enjoyed being "pain in their asses" and always mocking her Dad. I know they will miss that.; her loving stepbrother Zach Moore; Adored by her Grandma’s Pamela Grooms and Linda Moore;Caring Great Aunts Ruby Johnson and Judith Dunham; Devoted Loving Aunts Sheila Grooms, Pam Pence, Sandra Morgan, Donna Eten; Loved by Uncle Boy, Hot Rod, David Moore, Matt Moore; Special cousins Justin Meek and family; Tiffany Hamblin and family; Dusty Bowman; Tammy Brown; Bryan Callahan; Shanda and Ryan Jones; Susan Taylor.
She attended New Miami High School, throughout her life Lindsay excelled in sports. Her all-time greatest baseball coaches were Brian & Teresa Lynch. In basketball, Lindsay was good at stealing, scoring, and rebounding the ball. Volleyball was her most passionate game, she was an outstanding offensive, defensive and a team player. "Put me in Coach, I’m ready to play" were constantly repeated by Lou.
Lindsay loved a variety music, from Colorado Kool-Aid (Johnny Paycheck) to Strawberry Wine (Deanna Carter) to Brooks & Dunn with Reba "If you see her" to Thunder Rolls (Garth Brooks) to Nelly "Batter Up" to Whiz Khalifa & Charlie Puth "See you again" and most favorite song by Luke Combs "Beautiful Crazy"
Lindsay will reunite in heaven with, her "Hero" Papaw James Grooms, Aunt Kim Grooms, Uncle James Michael Frederick Grooms; Great Grandmother Mildred Johnson, Great Grandfather Fred Johnson, Great Uncles: Bernard Johnson; Tom Dunham; Tommy Taylor; and Great Aunt Kaye Taylor.
Her family, relatives and numerous lifetime friends will truly miss her.
Lou’s laugh and sense of humor will forever live on in our memories. She was "one of a kind", intelligent, witty, very outgoing and caring. Lou’s personality was carefree, and she never met a stranger, she was always friendly to everyone. Her family will miss her hugs and kisses with "I love you" every time she would leave.
Last call… Lindsay Gail Mae Taylor
Visitation will be held at Brown Dawson Flick Funeral Home, 330 Pershing Avenue, on Friday, November 8, 2019 from 1PM until time of service at 2PM with Pastor Dennis Fields officiating. Burial will follow at Rose Hill Burial Park.
|I'm so sorry for your loss. She was a sweet girl and I'm sure she'll be greatly missed. My cousin Sunshine had met her briefly and is currently in a treatment center in Dayton fighting her demons.|
|U will be missed|
|Taylor, gurl I love u.u r not hurting anymore.heaven gained a beautiful angel. U was amazing. U used to call me strinezee!I love u and will miss u gurl.prayers go out to ur babies and family|
|My prayers for you all. I am so sorry.|
|I send my prayers and condolences to the family.|