Terry L. Taylor passed away Thursday, December 27, surrounded by family at the Johnson City Medical Center.
After serving honorably in the Marine Corps, Terry worked in various construction jobs, eventually retiring from ETSU’s VA campus. However, preaching at Limestone Church of Christ was Terry’s primary occupation and labor in this life. His service and devotion to the work of the Lord can scarcely be matched.
Terry is survived by his wife Judy; sons Jonathon and Joseph; brothers Sam, Mike, and Jeff; sisters Betty Price and Sue West; a large and loving extended family; and Sweetpea—his granddaughter Beth.
Preceding Terry in death were siblings Donny, Danny, Raymond, Peggy Hoss, Barbara Payne, and Rosalee (Bootsie) Sparks.
Funeral services will be conducted 8:00 pm Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home with Minister Tom Lilly and Minister Henry Payne officiating. The family will receive friends from 5:00-8:00 pm Tuesday prior to the service.
Interment services will be conducted 10:45 am Wednesday, January 2, 2019 at Mountain Home National Cemetery.
Pallbearers include nephews Brian Taylor, Adam Breeden, and Ryan Dougherty, and friends Tony Stayer, Eddie Fish, and Roy Crane. Honorable pallbearers are nephews Tony Hoss, Jack Hoss, and Kenny Taylor, and friend James Turner.
The family wishes to thank the nurses and technicians on 2400 and 2500 at JCMC, Dr. Krishnan and his office, and Dr. Mehta and the doctors at Pulmonary Associates for their excellent care. Terry was a lifelong resident of the Jonesborough area and he will be sorely missed by family, friends, and his brothers and sisters in Christ.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
|Uncle Terry was one of a kind. He will be missed by
many. To Judy, Joe, and Jonathan Gods guiding hand
will help you thru this. I love you all and sending
||Hugh & Karen Sparks
|Judy Jonathan &Joe,
I’m sorry about the journey you are traveling! Uncle
Terry was a good man and he touched a lot of people but his
work here is done and God called him home! With Christ
leading you,everything will b all right ! I pray that you all will get
the strength and comfort to lead you through this dark valley ! I
love you all very much!!|
|Terry and I spend a lot of time together as children. We loved
going to the old Capitol Theater in Jonesborough, watching
movies. Terry was always a positive influence on me and
others around him. He will be greatly missed.
Mike Hoss, the brother of Hubert Hoss.|
||Harry & Nancy Gibson
|Dear Jeff,Dianne,and Family, We were so sorry to hear of your Great loss!!!! You all are in our thoughts and prayers through this. We know God is with you at this time and always. We all know how much better your brother is in heaven. We will keep you in our prayers. Much Love, Nancy & Harry Gibson|
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
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