Karla D. Taylor

Karla Denise Taylor, affectionately known as Kool K or Momma Karla, was born February 3, 1970, and went home to be with the Lord on June 30, 2010. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandmother Anna (Charles) Courtney, paternal grandmother Willa Sterling, paternal grandfather James R. Taylor; brother Gary Lewis Sr.; aunt Lula Heglar, Lucy Lewis, Barbara Jean Taylor; uncles Bobby Horton and Darell Jackson.

She leaves to cherish her memory Mother Lenora Taylor; father Harold (Anita) Taylor; children “The Twins” Amber & Ashley Taylor, Kari Taylor and Davion Broomfield; grandchildren Asiah Miller, Delshawn Woods, Amaré Miller, Amiah Shelton Taylor; brother Dennis Lewis; sisters Alfea (David) Prince, Stacy Truss and Jasmine Lucky; godchildren Brittany, Brooke, Seon and Iyana; aunts Deloris Jackson, Ernestine Horton, Kathy (Paul) Oates, Bonita Nuby and Sylvia Taylor; uncles Jim Jim, Valentine, Hayward, Marvin, Albert and William Taylor; sisters in Christ Patricia Roach, Renee Collins, Dottie Green, Melinda Newman and Jenny Richards Price; special cousins Aja Leepart, Elizabeth Horton, Lolita Taylor (Fav), and Brandy Martin; godmom Jenny Williams; mothers in Christ Betty (Donald) Fullum and Deloris (Nepolian) Hegans; special sons Kurt McGee, Darelle Byrd, Cameron and Corey Brown, Eddie Miller, “Dominic Jones, Antoine Robberts and a whole lot of special daughters and sons.

Karla was a graduate of Marion Franklin High School of Columbus, Ohio. She was a kind and loving woman. She has been a member of First Carmel Baptist Church since 1981. Where she served as president of Pastor’s Aid, a member of the trustee board, and a faithful member of the choir.

Karla’s main objection in life was to encourage the youth. She was very family oriented. She found the craziest ways to put a smile on your face. Upon arrival to Karla’s home, you had no choice but to endure in warm and loving hugs and kisses; and couldn’t leave her presence until you scheduled a follow up visit to see her. Karla was more than a daughter, sister or mother, grandmother and friend. She was a blessing to all of us. She will be forever missed, but never forgotten.

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  1. To my beautiful girls, whom she watched blossom to lovely young women,and to Davion, a handsome young man. Know that she is in a much better place now,to suffer no more. Continue to endure life as graceful and as positive as possible,she wouldn't have it any other way! Keep your heads up and stay strong, if for nothing else,each other & definitely G-Ma! Constantly keeping each and every one of you in my thoughts and prayers.
    "es;The lord has yet called another of his angels to watch us over"es; ! Love You Dearly…..

  2. The greatest lesson learned is how to build, walk ,and talk with fatih in Christ. Trusting to be healed from hurt,and strength to discern the power of God. Even when the rest of the world doesnt understand what your going through,"es; He"es; does and always will. For Gods love is never-ending especially during our weakest walks in life…know that its not your shadow far behind every step you take, but the covering of Christ so that you will never break…God Bless yall. (T.L.P)

  3. karla,it has been a pleasure to know you and to live next to you on mcguffey rd.you are a blessing to your family and all you have touched in life.may god take you in his arms and forever keep you!

  4. Akila Roberts (Alston) :

    GODS speed and hold on family. I did not know you long and your mom shared a criticle time in my life as if she was my actual sister and that touched me. My prayers are with you and I am there for you if there is anything you need.

  5. my heart and prayers go out to the family,she was the one the sweetest people i know ,she had a beutiful heart!

  6. Delshawn woods (grandson) age 12 :

    mawmaw i love you

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