Mr. Jeremy Brandon Taylor, age 29, Jonesborough, passed away unexpectedly Monday October 5, 2015.
He was a Washington County native and the son of David Taylor and the late Jeannee Dyson Taylor.
Brandon proudly served his country and was a retired Cavalry Scout in the United States Army. He also worked as a crew superintendent in construction.
Brandon graduated from David Crockett High School in 2004.
Survivors including his father are his step-mother Debra Taylor, sister, Amanda Taylor; uncle, Charles Taylor and wife Teresa, aunts, Patty Stamper and husband Mike, Jill Dyson and Jimmy Ward; cousins, Jessica Stamper, Missy Armstrong, Michele Willis, and Ethan Ward. Special friends, Robin and Sherry Carden, T.J. Pate, and Bruce Piercy.
Graveside services will be Friday October 9, 2015 10:45 at Mountain Home National Cemetery with Military Honors, everyone is ask to meet at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home at 10:00 AM. Pallbearers will be Ethan Ward, Josh Mango, Brian Newton, Bruce Piercy, Jimmy Ward, and James Powell.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
||MOM & pop dugger
|BIRD YOU KNOW YOU ARE LIKE ONE OF OUR KIDS AND WHEN YOU HURT WE HURT. WE LOVE YOU AND DO KNOW HOW HARD THIS IS.|
|Amanda and family, sending prayers to you all. I am
sorry for your loss. Brandon was a great guy. |
||Debbie & Joe Higgins
|Dear Bird & Debbie, Our hearts are heavy with
sorrow for the loss of brandon.He was always
such a sweet guy, just like you bird.Our
thoughts and prayers are with you during this
very very difficult time. We were remembering
throwing horse shoes with brandon along side
one of his many friends.He always seemed to
have a smile on his face.Bird we love you and
Debbie with all of our hearts.|
||Debbie & Joe Higgins
|May God Be with your entire family during this
difficult time.We love you all with all our
hearts.And we are so very sorry for your loss
of your wonderful son Brandon.If we can do
anything to help you in any way please let us
know.Sincerely From Joe & Debbie Higgins|
|I will miss his great smile! Brandon was a great young man and he will be missed. Prayers to David, Debbie and Amanda. To all his friends, Bruce Piercy - take comfort in knowing God knows all and sees all. God is good all the time and all the time God is good.|
|The Lord thy God is kind and full of mercy. He does not abandon his servants, but fills his life with honor without glory.
Let the Lord thy God be with you, wherever you go.
|Jeremy Brandon Taylor, was a great friend. He would help
anyone that needed help. He was always happy to go to work
and especially on Fridays when he got payed. He would
always call me tell me to come over to go out and do stuff,ride
around or do whatever he wanted. He will will be missed by his
family and friends. I'll miss all the things we use to do together.
R.I.P Brandon you will always be thought of
Family hang in there take it one day at a time my prayers an
thoughts are with you all to
| Some things are hard to understand. God Bless each
of you in this time of sorrow. Brandon was such a
sweet & handsome young man. May the love that
surrounds you be a source of comfort at this time.|
|Rest peacefully, Brandon. Lots of love to Amanda,
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, and the whole family during
this trying time.|
Dillow-Taylor is a third generation
family-owned business...established in 1929
Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home and Cremation Services
P.O. Box 98, Highway 11-E, Jonesborough, Tennessee 37659
Office: 423.753.3821 Fax: 423.753.7409
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday: 8am - 5pm
Sunday: 12pm - 4pm