A MESSAGE FROM THE FAMILY

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OBITUARY

Taylor Katherine Stoddart

October 31, 2001June 28, 2018
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Taylor Katherine Stoddart, our bright ray of sunshine, was brought into our life on October 31, 2001, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. A few months later, Taylor and family moved back to Oklahoma, which she would call home for the next 16 years.

Taylor’s smile and absolute joy of life was infectious and as she grew, that ray of sunshine began to glow even brighter. She was as comfortable in her own skin as anyone we knew, a definition of a true free spirit. She had such a great love for animals that she followed a vegan lifestyle, for which she was very proud. Taylor loved Thrift Store shopping and was so joyful of the eclectic treasures she found. Taylor played soccer for many years and cherished her teammates and coaches. Her greatest passion was spending time with her family and friends. Taylor we know that your spirit will always be with us.

On June 28, 2018, our bright ray of sunshine was called to heaven. She is loved and missed by all that knew her.

Taylor was preceded in death by her grandmother, Tachiyo Clark, and is survived by her parents, John and Jina Stoddart; sisters, Madison and Kennedy; brother, Harrison; grandparents, Jim Clark, Sue Stoneman, and Bill and Martha Stoddart; aunts and uncles, David and Shannon Stoddart and Tom and Beth Ward; cousins, Nick, Alex, William, Dylan, and Kaitlyn.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Friday, July 6, 2018
REMEMBERING

Taylor Katherine Stoddart

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Sonja Forth

July 5, 2018

Oh Jina I am so very heartbroken to hear this news. Please know our family is praying for yours as well as Alyssa’s. I wish there were words that good take away your hurt but hope that knowing where she is now brings you peace and comfort for the days ahead.

Sonja Forth and family
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