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Tama Gail Taylor

May 21, 1962 June 28, 2018
Tama Gail Taylor
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Tama Gail “Tammy” Taylor received her wings Thursday, June 28th, 2018. Tammy was born May 21, 1962 to Effie A Taylor-Bradley.

Tammy attended the Duncan Schools and received her GED later in life. She moved to Killeen, Texas and met Dexter Anderson and worked for a home health company. Tammy enjoyed spending time with her family, shopping and cleaning.

When she moved back to Duncan she joined Bethany Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Douglas Brown.

Cherishing her memory are her longtime companion Dexter Anderson; two sons Korpez L. Taylor and Cole D Taylor; three brothers and sisters Gerry Dale Taylor (Alma) , Rosai Williams (Kenneth) and Muriel Milton (James); 7 grandchildren Isaiah Barnes, Jamilia Ferdinand, Koriah Ayala, Anaiah Cook, Korpez Taylor and Gianna Hodge; 9 nieces Kenisha Turner (Pooh Baby), Aliecia Milton (Nannies Baby), AVazsha Walton (Pooh Pooh), Jamesia Milton (Meda Momma), Khalia Milton (Khalina), TaMuriel Milton (Mirrie), Rosaria Milton (Roochie), Jasmine Dool and Sasha Shelton; 3 nephews Tory Taylor (Nanchie), Michael Garrett (Doon Buggy) and James Holland-Taylor. 6 great nephews Myles Turner (Mealy Myles), Jeremiah Turner (Peade Gonzalez), Christian Turner, Ashton Turner (Tech), Noah Williams, Soloman Williams (Chocolate Chip) and a host of cousins and friends.

She is preceded in death by her mother Effie A Taylor Bradley and two brothers Kevin A Taylor (Bo) and John D. Bradley (J.D.)

Services will be 1:00 PM Thursday in the Antioch Baptist Church. Interment will follow in the Henderson Harris Cemetery.

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