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Eubank Cedar Creek Funeral Home & Memorial Park

601 State Hwy 198 @ Walnut, Mabank, TX

OBITUARY

Mrs. Terrie Clay - Taylor

July 30, 1967September 3, 2019
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Terrie Clay-Taylor was born on July 30, 1967 in Dallas, Texas to parents Roy and Bonnie (McCoy) Clay and entered into eternal rest on September 3, 2019 at the age of 52. Terrie owned and operated her antique shop in Canton, Texas for 7 years. She loved going garage selling and looking for antiques. Terrie was tough, hardworking and outgoing. She enjoyed riding around in her Jeep and doing yardwork. Terrie loved rock and roll, especially AC/DC. She loved going to the Galveston Ocean with her husband, this was one her most favorite things to do. She loved the world, but her true treasures were her children and grandchildren. Terrie was an amazing wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister and friend. She will be missed tremendously by those who knew and loved her. Terrie was preceded in death by her father Roy Clay, mother-in-law Barbara Taylor-Marrs and brother Randy Clay. She is survived by her husband of 30 years Mark Taylor of Mabank, son Shane Owings and wife Laci Baxter of Mabank, son Timmy McKinney of Mabank, son Shawn Taylor of Gun Barrel City, daughter Linsey Taylor of Eustace, grandchildren; Alexis Elliston, Sammantha Taylor, Lanee Taylor, Remi McKinney, Kason Hillger, mother Bonnie Clay of Mabank, sisters; Shannon Steele and husband Allen of Gun Barrel City, Barbara Lathers of Cleburne, Debra Galloway and husband Gordy of Cleburne and Tina Clay of Cleburne brothers; Donnie Clay of Cleburne and Jason Clay of Mabank, her beloved dog “Ziggy”, other loving family members and many more lifelong friends.

  • FAMILY

  • Roy Clay, Father (deceased)
  • Barbara Taylor-Marrs, Mother-in-Law (deceased)
  • Randy Clay, Brother (deceased)
  • Mark Taylor, Husband of 30 years
  • Shane Owings and Laci Baxter, Son and Wife
  • Timmy McKinney, Son
  • Shawn Taylor, Son
  • Alexis Elliston, Sammantha Taylor, Lanee Taylor, Remi McKinney, Kason Hillger, Grandchildren
  • Bonnie Clay, Mother
  • Shannon Steele and Allen, Debra Galloway and Gordy, Sisters and Husbands
  • Barbara Lathers and Tina Clay, Sister
  • Donnie Clay, and Jason Clay, Brothers
  • Terrie also leaves her beloved dog "Ziggy", other loving family members and many more lifelong friends to cherish her memory.

Services

  • Funeral Service Saturday, September 7, 2019

Memories

Mrs. Terrie Clay - Taylor

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Denise O'Kane (Walters)

September 6, 2019

What a wonderful person. My first childhood memories are of the Clay family living in Dallas, on Lawton Rd. We were neighbors and Terri and I were good friends during those times. She was always so sweet and kind (unlike our younger siblings ;)). I'm sure she will be missed tremendously and definitely an angle who received her wings way to soon. Rest in peace my friend.

Amy gregory Casey

September 6, 2019

Fly with the Angels.

Brenda Haney

September 6, 2019

I have so many memories with you. I will always smile when thinking of you. Shared a lot of laughs. You will be missed my friend. Love you always. 💕

Charley Mckinnie

September 5, 2019

When we was little we all hung out my parents and her parents hung out. Terrie was the oldest and I wanted to be like her causes she did know wrong in her daddy’s eyes. growing up Shannon and I we hung out a lot me it was always Shannon Terri watch Charley make sure nothing happens to her . It’s seem like we was sisters but like the wind goes I just don’t remember why they just left. So many years goes by I was a teenager when I found out they just lived about 30 miles from each other. Stared hanging out and I moved off . It’s sad how life just takes you to another part off the world. TERRI YOU. WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN CANT WAIT TO SEE YOU SOON . Go rest high sister your time here is done tell Cowboy I said HI

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