OBITUARY

Lisa Ann Taylor Herrington

January 11, 1965June 5, 2019
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Lisa Ann Taylor Herrington, 54, passed away on June 5, 2019. She was born January 11, 1965 in Baytown, Texas. She was a resident of Baytown for approximately 40 years and most recently resided in Beach City, Texas. Lisa was a loving wife, daughter, sister and friend with a heart of gold and words could never describe the qualities of her heart. She was saved February 21, 1979, was baptized at the Cedar Bayou Baptist Church and most recently was a member of Rollingbrook Fellowship Baptist Church. Lisa was preceded in death by her father, Roy Milton Taylor; paternal grandparents, Clarence and Georgia Taylor of Tenaha, Texas; maternal grandparents, Omer and Elsie McCarty of Lumberport, WV, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, and one cousin. Lisa is survived by her husband, Willie E. Herrington of Beach City, Texas; mother and stepfather, Steve and Deloris Bucsanyi of Beach City, Texas; brothers, Randy Clark Taylor and Jerry Lynn Taylor of Baytown, Texas; step-sisters, Cheryl Bucsanyi of San Leon, Texas and Beth Hartman of Palacios, Texas; special nephew and wife, Brandon and Rachel Taylor and son, Aidan Taylor, of Houston, Texas. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to your local Humane Society No Kill Shelter. Pallbearers are: Randy Taylor, Jerry Taylor, Brandon Taylor, Daniel Taylor, H.C. Riley, Ted McCall Honorary Pallbearer, Steve Bucsanyi The family will receive friends on Monday, June 10, 2019 from 10:00am until 12:00pm in the Chapel of Earthman Baytown Funeral Home, 3919 Garth Road, Baytown, Texas 77521. A funeral service will follow at 12:00pm with Chaplain Jim Mayer officiating. Interment will follow at Earthman Memory Gardens Cemetery, 8624 Garth Road, Baytown, Texas 77521.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Randy Taylor, Active Pallbearer
  • Jerry Taylor, Active Pallbearer
  • Brandon Taylor, Active Pallbearer
  • Daniel Taylor, Active Pallbearer
  • H.C. Riley, Active Pallbearer
  • Ted McCall, Active Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation Monday, June 10, 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, June 10, 2019
  • Burial Monday, June 10, 2019

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Rachel Taylor

June 12, 2019

Lisa was a woman of faith, beauty, strength, compassion, selflessness and kindness. She welcomed me to the family with her arms open and her beautiful smile wide, and treated me as a daughter. In Lisa, I had a buddy to roll my eyes and shake my head with when Brandon would say something so off the wall, we didn’t know whether to laugh or blush or smack him. I had a friend to share in the joys of my marriage, pregnancy and the hopes for my little son. I had a prayer warrior who lifted up my health and worries and concerns with such faithfulness. I had a chicken wing eating professional who could polish off a carton of wings, then push back from the table with a contented sigh and request that her overfull belly be rubbed. I had a fellow doggy lover who cared about our pups with such tenderness, and who hosted countless fun play dates full of pond swimming and ball chasing. I had a cooking partner who praised my often sad attempts at meals and encouraged me to keep trying. I had a woman with a mother’s heart who poured that heart and soul into Brandon, and helped shape him, through love and constant prayer, into the amazing husband and father he is today. Lisa was a gentle soul, but an incredibly strong one. She fought hard each day for her family and to stay here for us. Her determination over the years I knew her to never give up or despair was truly remarkable, and I think a beautiful testament to her faith and hope in Christ. You will be sorely missed, Lisa, but always remembered and treasured by your loving family, and the many your life impacted. I rejoice that you are free of pain and at peace, and look forward to our grand reunion in Heaven together someday – however it is that Heaven works, I am hopeful it will include some of Willie’s amazing chicken n’ dumplings and Gram’s delicious cobbler, and us sipping coffee and laughing and gabbing and teasing like our fun days! XOXO

Loretta Crow

June 11, 2019

I am so sorry for the loss of Lisa, she was my boss for a short period of time. She took a chance on me and hired me even though I didn't know what I was doing and very patient with me. I will forever miss our "Dr. Phil Moments" when we could discuss life without any judgment. I remember one time she had me leave work to go rescue some little dog she saw on her way to work. May God wrap her in His arms.

Until I see you again...…..
“He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away.”

[ESV, Revelation 21:4]

Paula Clowers

June 10, 2019

I met Lisa only for a short time at the wedding of Brandon and Rachel, my niece. Lisa's warmth and kindheartedness were obvious from the moment she greeted me. I know she will be missed so much by so many.

May the Lord embrace the broken-hearted and give them comfort as He now holds Lisa in His loving embrace.

Paula Clowers

Jeannie Hollenbacher

June 10, 2019

Every night her thoughts weighed heavily on her soul but every morning she would get up to fight another day. Every night she survived.

R.I.P. Lisa May
We love you very much and will miss you greatly!

All our love,
Barbara, Jeannie, & Joyce

Sheryl Bucsanyi

June 9, 2019

Sheryl Bucsanyi

June 9, 2019

Sheryl Bucsanyi

June 9, 2019

Sheryl Bucsanyi

June 9, 2019

Lisa, my step sister, a gentle spirit who always had the biggest heart and wanted to help and love everybody. She also always had a great sense of humor. In fact, she was making jokes on the Sunday before she passed. Faithful. She never stopped believing that she was going to be healed. Every time I was around her, she would say, "When I get better, I'm going to..." She would tell me how she wish she could help me with this or that. She also told me how she couldn't wait to be able to hold Aidan, her nephew's baby. Losing someone who doesn't deserve to die is so hard. Lisa never did anything wrong her entire life. This is so hard to accept, but we all know she is in heaven now and no longer in pain. Please pray for her family--she was their rock.

Kay Hamilton

June 8, 2019

Lisa was such a sweet person I enjoyed our talks when she came and got her hair cut. Her and Willy seemed like newlyweds all the time. RIP Lisa !

Mark Herrington

June 7, 2019

The day after we met in August 1984, you became my sister and one of the sweetest people I have ever known. You extended your open arms to me so many times, offering your home, your food, your kindness and more. I enjoyed all the times we were able to spend together and I admired how much you loved your family and the many pets you raised and cared for over the years. It brings me great pain to know you are gone much too soon from my family's life but we will always have the memories and will look back with fondness on the times we shared with you in this life. I know God now has a new angel in the Heavens and all pain is gone from your body. May you rest in peace now, my dear sister. My deepest condolences to your entire family, especially your husband and best friend of the past 35 years, Willie. May all of you find God's comfort in this very difficult time.

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