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Rolling Oaks Funeral Home

400 Freeport Pkwy, Coppell, TX

OBITUARY

Morgan Ashley Taylor

December 14, 1988February 12, 2020
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Morgan Ashley Taylor, age 31, left us and has reunited with her 5-year-old son, Mason, who passed away in March 2019. Morgan became ill and unexpectedly passed away in her sleep that evening in Plano, TX.

She is preceded in death by her son, Mason and her grandparents, Milton & Gertie Machost, and her Uncle Chris. Anyone who knew Morgan, knew she was a fighter. She had struggles throughout her adult life but found a new start with her partner, David Herrick and his two sons, Dylan & Adam. Even though she was still mourning her son, Mason, she found happiness there.

She leaves behind her grandmother, Linda Shockley (Gilbert, AZ); her parents, Mark & Nancy (Coppell, TX); her sisters, Hillary (Carrollton, TX) and Lindsay (Denver, CO); her nephew, Emry (Carrollton, TX), and her special dog companion, Kiser.

Morgan was continuing her real estate career, studying for her Texas real estate license.

Morgan was an awesome golfer with a natural born talent and loved playing golf with her Dad! She had an artistic side that showed in her drawings and paintings. She also enjoyed playing Texas Hold 'Em and had an awesome "poker" face. She enjoyed playing chess, sewing and refurbishing old furniture, working puzzles and most of all…binge watching Investigation Discovery Channel!

Morgan has gone before us to a better place and is already missed! Those that know the Lord, Jesus Christ, will see her again!

We will ALWAYS love you Morgan! Mom, Dad, Hillary & Lindsay

Services

  • Visitation Monday, February 17, 2020
  • Celebration of Life Monday, February 17, 2020
  • Committal Service Monday, February 17, 2020
  • Reception Monday, February 17, 2020

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Heather Pace

February 17, 2020

To the Taylor family-

We are sending prayers and condolences during this difficult time. We are are so incredibly sorry for your loss. I didn't know Morgan personally, but I did have some classes with her sister Hillary. I do remember seeing Morgan at school from time to time. Always beautiful and laughing! May she rest in eternal peace.

Love, Heather and Ethan Pace
Hebron High School- 08'

Nancy Allen

February 17, 2020

My deepest condolences for Hillary, my co worker and friend, and the entire Taylor family and friends . I’m so sorry .

Nuuvo Health

February 17, 2020

To Hillary and the Taylor Family,

Sending our prayers and deepest condolences.

Sincerely,

Your Family at Nuuvo Health

Jennifer Waida

February 16, 2020

Morgan introduced me to Fritos and bean dip from a can, on the bus in 8th grade, going to the 8th grade class party lol. This memory stuck out the most, mainly because of how she treated me. I was not a fan of middle school; girls were mean and adolescence was a rough phase. In a time I wasn't so confident, she was. She sat with me, sang silly songs, conversed about weird/fun topics. She was kind, enthusiastic, inclusive, so fun, and gorgeous! Her energy and kindness went a long way, especially for me in middle school.
Morgan was a golfer in highschool, she was so talented and I thought it was cool she was one of the few female golfers at Hebron. Rest in peace Morgan, I hope your snuggling your baby boy up in Heaven. Praying for your family during this difficult time.
Jennifer Waida

Juliane McMurray

February 16, 2020

I remember Morgan being spunky and sweet! And oh my, what a great Momma!!! Everyone at our office (Chinowth & Cohen) loved having Mason come in and put a smile on our faces. I can’t imagine what her family must be going through and for that I am so sorry. But my heart is full knowing she is holding her baby again and will be forever happy! RIP sweet Morgan!!!

Sandra Hogue

February 16, 2020

We remember Morgan leading the girls in the neighborhood playing 4 square in front of our houses, trick or treating, playing in the pools, riding bikes, playing all sorts of games outside with the kids. We know God has called her Home and received her in his arms. Knowing she is with her son. Keep her memories alive and most of all keep the Faith.

Many Blessings,
Sandra and Scotty Hogue

Mannie Gottas

February 15, 2020

I’m really sad to hear of Morgan’s passing. We were roommates when I left UNT and we worked together at Red Lobster for a time. She had the funniest laugh (and snort) and I regret losing touch with her after she moved out. She had such a bright smile. Truly heart breaking. She will be greatly missed by those that loved her.

Max Rezadad

February 15, 2020

To The Taylor Family,
On behalf of my family I would like to send you our condolences in the loss of your daughter Morgan. We watched Morgan growing up from being a sweet little girl to becoming a beautiful young lady. She will live in our hearts forever. There is nothing I could say to take away the pain other than offering your family our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Respectfully,
Max Rezadad

Arlene Harrison

February 15, 2020

My sincerest condolences to Morgan’s family. I met Morgan at a poker game in Plano and though it was a brief encounter it was a connection neither of us could deny being God sent. Her love for her son was beyond this life. She spoke beautiful things of her family. Morgan understood how to love in a deeper way than most humans. I was inspired by her and I will never forget her. May God bring you all peace in this time of grief.

Susie McGowan

February 15, 2020

Morgan was one of the most caring women I've ever known. I met her back in 2011 and we even were roommates for a short period in Austin before she moved to Tulsa. She was one of the few friends I had that I could really relate to as a mother. Her son had special needs, much like Jae. She dealt with some of the same struggles as a mother that I went through. Just earlier this week we had made plans to meet next time we visited Ft Worth, so she could meet Mike and Jaenelle. We hadn't seen each other since 2012. Her smile could light up a room. My only consolation is that she is now forever with her baby boy in Heaven, and I know she missed him every minute of every day. Love you always girl, rest in peace.

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