OBITUARY

Ernestine Taylor

May 29, 1932June 17, 2018
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Mrs. Ernestine Taylor, age 86, of Murfreesboro, passed away on Sunday afternoon, June 17, 2018 at Alive Hospice, here in Murfreesboro. Mrs. Taylor was the daughter of the late Robert B. and Cleo Burgess Hayes and she was preceded in death by her husband of over 63 years, Charles L. Taylor, who passed away in 2015. Mrs. Taylor is survived by her two daughters, Sandra King and her husband Roger of Bell Buckle and Margaret Taylor of Murfreesboro; grandchildren, Alice King Dumm and her husband David of Lexington, SC, Roger Lynn King, Jr. of Bell Buckle and Ruth Anne King Estes and her husband, David of Murfreesboro; great grandchildren, Storm Estes, Raine Estes, Emily Dumm and Taylor Dumm; sisters, Eleanor Farrer of Murfreesboro and Eva Warden and her husband, Jim of Murfreesboro; and brother, Robert B. Hayes, Jr. and his wife, Amelia of Nolensville. Services to celebrate Mrs. Taylor will be at Three O’clock the afternoon of Thursday, June 21, 2018 at Roselawn Funeral Home with Ron Harper and Roger King officiating. Active pallbearers will be Lynn King, Timmy Hayes, Jim Ed Warden, David Dumm, David Estes and Storm Estes. Honorary pallbearers will be Ralph Farrer, Stephen Farrer and Robert Hayes. Mrs. Taylor was a 1950 graduate of Murfreesboro Central High School and 1979 graduate of the LPN Program at the Tennessee Vocational School in Shelbyville. For 27 years, she was the office nurse for Dr. John Dixon. She was a charter member of Minerva Drive Church of Christ and current member of Salem Creek Church of Christ. She was renowned for her abilities as a seamstress and a wonderful cook. To leave thoughts or memories, visit www.roselawnfh.com. In lieu of customary floral tributes, memorials may be made to the Stones River Manor Building Fund or Alive Hospice Residence in Murfreesboro. Friends are cordially invited to visitation from Twelve O’clock noon till the service begins at Three O’clock at Roselawn Funeral Home, 5350 NW Broad Street, Murfreesboro, TN 37129, 615-893-2742.

  • DONATIONS

  • Stones River Manor Building Fund
  • Alive Hospice Murfreesboro

Services

  • Gathering of Family and Friends Thursday, June 21, 2018
  • Service to Celebrate Thursday, June 21, 2018
REMEMBERING

Ernestine Taylor

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GEORGE .HUDGIN .HUDGIN

June 21, 2018

i LIVED JUST DOWN THE STREET FROM ERNESTINE,on E.BURTON ST.Quite a few mornings we would walk to school to geather,she always had a smile for every one.We were class mates from first grade till we got out of school.I was very sorry to read in the paper to night of her passing,I am sure that there are going to be a lot of hearts with sorry in them,but I know that she is in a very good place now.

Leah Bryan-Wilson

June 18, 2018

I knew Ms. Ernestine as my childhood nurse at Dr. Dixon’s office. She was always kind to me, and despite not seeing her face for 25+ years, I immediately smiled at her photograph. She was kindness to a small girl suffering through asthma attacks, and she would tell me to be brave, but she would also stay with me while I did a breathing treatment or took my shots.
I’m sorry to hear of your passing, Ms. Ernestine, but it is my hope you woke on the other side to a joy and peace that is more than you could have ever hoped for.

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Biography

Mrs. Ernestine Taylor, age 86, of Murfreesboro, passed away on Sunday afternoon, June 17, 2018 at Alive Hospice, here in Murfreesboro.
Mrs. Taylor was the daughter of the late Robert B. and Cleo Burgess Hayes and she was preceded in death by her husband of over 63 years, Charles L. Taylor, who passed away in 2015.
Mrs. Taylor is survived by her two daughters, Sandra King and her husband Roger of Bell Buckle and Margaret Taylor of Murfreesboro; grandchildren, Alice King Dumm and her husband David of Lexington, SC, Roger Lynn King, Jr. of Bell Buckle and Ruth Anne King Estes and her husband, David of Murfreesboro; great grandchildren, Storm Estes, Raine Estes, Emily Dumm and Taylor Dumm; sisters, Eleanor Farrer of Murfreesboro and Eva Warden and her husband, Jim of Murfreesboro; and brother, Robert B. Hayes, Jr. and his wife, Amelia of Nolensville.
Services to celebrate Mrs. Taylor will be at Three O’clock the afternoon of Thursday, June 21, 2018 at Roselawn Funeral Home with Ron Harper and Roger King officiating.
Active pallbearers will be Lynn King, Timmy Hayes, Jim Ed Warden, David Dumm, David Estes and Storm Estes. Honorary pallbearers will be Ralph Farrer, Stephen Farrer and Robert Hayes.
Mrs. Taylor was a 1950 graduate of Murfreesboro Central High School and 1979 graduate of the LPN Program at the Tennessee Vocational School in Shelbyville. For 27 years, she was the office nurse for Dr. John Dixon. She was a charter member of Minerva Drive Church of Christ and current member of Salem Creek Church of Christ. She was renowned for her abilities as a seamstress and a wonderful cook.
To leave thoughts or memories, visit www.roselawnfh.com.
In lieu of customary floral tributes, memorials may be made to the Stones River Manor Building Fund or Alive Hospice Residence in Murfreesboro.
Friends are cordially invited to visitation from Twelve O’clock noon till the service begins at Three O’clock at Roselawn Funeral Home, 5350 NW Broad Street, Murfreesboro, TN 37129, 615-893-2742.