Beverly Ann Taylor

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Beverly Ann Taylor, age 74. Sunrise November 21, 1941 and Sunset January 31, 2016. Beverly was predeceased by her parents, Theodore Sr. and Joyce Jackson; siblings, Paul Jackson and Catherine Jackson-Lee. Left to cherish her memory, daughter, Deborah (Mitchell) Norah; sister, Judith Jackson-Bethel; brother, Theodore Jr. (Regina) Jackson; 4 grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren, and a host of other relatives and friends. Visitation 11 a.m. and Funeral 12 p.m. Friday, February 5, 2016 at MARLAN GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Condolence Messages

  1. Wow, I remember Ms. Beverly as a sweet, quiet personality. She will be missed!

  2. Marty Phillips Nowell

    Dear Judy And Teddy,
    Didn’t find out till now and just want you to know you and your
    family are in our thoughts and prayers over the loss of precious Beverly.
    Take all the time you need to grieve. Soon may you smile again
    remembering the fun and treasured times together.
    God’s Blessings & Love,

  3. Deborah Taylor-Norah

    Thank you to who remembered my Dear Mother (Beverly)..Ms. Bev, I miss her soo much,it was just us 2 Always when my Mom passed she was up against a fight for her life, I will never say she lost ,all I can say is that MA,you Won, she was a fighter countless times n the hospital, nd she always came home, even as she was transitioning ,she came back home 1 more time with me, to take care of her like my Mother took care of me,she had a beautiful soul, we went through life’s ups nd downs just like any other mother nd daughter,she never kept grudges. Stay mad I always try to be positive and looked on the bright side of situations, my Mom Loved God so much nd I know that God loved her, she went to catholic school all her life. She graduated at the age of 15 got a first job at 16 working for Dr. Weddington from then on she stayed in a hospital is working as a medical transcriptionist. my mom also went to Franklin University getting her degree how smart she was. This was before she got married and had me at 22. She did everything right she respected her parents. How smart, my mother was and how proud I am of her, Beverly Ann Jackson Taylor, you rest my Mother you deserve it, I shed a tear or smile when I think of you, MA you will never be forgotten, you’re with me every day nd you always called me, before we went to bed saying: Good Night to me, I miss that, thatnk you Ma for being my Mother

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