OBITUARY

Steven "Kent" Taylor

October 5, 1966February 16, 2021
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Steven “Kent” Taylor went to rest in the arms of his Lord and Savior on Tuesday, February 16, 2021. Kent was born in Oklahoma City, OK on October 5, 1966 to his adoring mother, Nancy Roberts Taylor.

A longtime resident of the McCall’s Chapel School in Ada, OK, Kent was active and led a rich life that was full of love, activity, fun, family and friends (both known and yet-to-be-known). No matter the person, they were always considered “dear” to him.

Kent is preceded in death by his father, Steven Rayburn Taylor, aunt Patricia Croft Fuller (Roberts), cousin Robert Croft, and grandparents Bob and Kathryn Roberts. He is survived by his mother, Nancy Roberts Taylor, sisters Mary Helen and Kathleen Kaye Taylor, nephew Wesley Taylor-Lekites, niece Lisa Jones and cousin Charles Croft. A celebration of Kent’s life will be at 1:00 PM Wednesday, February 24, 2020 at Primrose Funeral Home in Norman with internment to follow at Memorial Park Cemetery in Edmond.

Memorial donations may be made to the McCall’s Chapel School of Ada, OK.

Services

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, February 24, 2021

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Jeannie Ruston

February 24, 2021

Kent was a truly amazing man. He remembered everyone he met names, and always greeted you with a smile. Life will truly not be as bright without Kent!

Hollie Marion

February 24, 2021

To know Kent was to absolutely adore him! Never has there been a kinder more gentle person on Earth! While working at McCalls, Kent would greet me daily with, “Good morning Hollie..Do you understand it Hollie..and I love you Hollie!” Kent will be greatly missed! Prayers for the family and all the residents and staff of McCalls.

Maelisa Lott

February 24, 2021

That SMILE! No one can match the Kent Taylor smile... I had the privilege to take Kent on activities at McCall’s. He was always a joy and made any trip EXTRA fun!
To say we will miss him is an understated fact!
Kent is very very loved his memory will forever be with us.

John Long

February 24, 2021

"Death ends a life; it does not end a relationship." -- Morrie Schwartz from "Tuesdays with Morrie"

Kent's legacy will continue at McCall's Chapel School. He always had a smile and friendly word to all our residents and staff. We are better for having known him and had him as part of our family.

Keri Hampton

February 23, 2021

I had the honor of getting to take care of Kent before and after his surgery. He was an absolute angel, he made my heart so happy everyday that I got to see him. We all (very quickly) got attached to him and he made every person that walked in his room smile and laugh. My heart was broken the day he passed away but I have no doubt that heaven gained the most amazing angel that day.

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