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Douglas Glenn Taylor

January 20, 1952November 19, 2020

Douglas Glenn Taylor, 68, of Crystal Springs, passed away on Thursday, November 19, 2020.

A memorial service will be held at 1:00pm on Wednesday, November 25, 2020 at Bethesda Baptist Church Cemetery in Terry.

He was born January 20, 1952 in Jackson, Mississippi to the late Francis Stanley Taylor, Sr. and Alice Loraine Cooper. He attended Forest Hill High School and Hinds County Community College. Glenn was a member of Bethesda Baptist Church in Terry. He worked in the hardware business for 45 years. Glenn was also an ordained deacon in the Baptist Church and 32nd degree Mason. He was active in the Mississippi Sons of Confederate Veterans and was a member of the Crystal Springs Southern Rights Camp.

He is survived by his wife of 39 years, Karen Taylor; siblings, Francis Stanley Taylor, Jr. (Connie) of Golden, Colorado, Sherry Landrum (Jerry) of Clinton, and Dennis Wesley Taylor (Celia) of Brandon; and his beloved pups, Haven and Little Bit.

Mr. Taylor will be deeply missed.

  • FAMILY

  • Karen Taylor, Wife of 39 years
  • Francis Stanley Taylor, Jr. (Connie), Brother
  • Sherry Landrum (Jerry), Sister
  • Dennis Wesley Taylor (Celia), Brother
  • Haven, Beloved pup
  • Little Bit, Beloved pup

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Barbara Mitchell Speir

November 24, 2020

It was always a joy to see Glenn and for him to assist you in Revel Ace hardware and in the hardware store in Richland, Ms. We shared memories of Forest Hill and his brother, Stanley, who was my classmate. You will be missed friend, not by just me but lots of folks you encountered throughout the years. Rest in peace,

Barbara Mitchell Speir

Cindy Wade Ammons

November 22, 2020

Prayers of peace and comfort to the Taylor Family. From the Wade Family from David Drive 🙏🏼.

Sherry Landrum

November 21, 2020

My brother Glenn was as special to me as my other brothers...I knew I could always count on them to protect me (being I was the only girl) in the family. Glenn was the Santa from the South and I will always remember him being Santa and how much joy he got from the children’s faces filled with joy and wonderment as they told him what they wanted for Christmas . I will miss you much🙏 Give mom and dad (and Jeff) a hug for Jason, Nathan and me❤️

Johnathan Taylor

November 20, 2020

Uncle Glenn was a hard worker, spending many years in the hardware business. He loved spending time doing his Civil War re-enactments and his time as a Mason/Shriner. Now he is in Heaven with Memaw and Papaw along with other family members. He is no longer hurting but rejoicing!!

Stanley Taylor

November 20, 2020

Glenn and I were best friends growing up, My brother Wesley said it best. Glenn loved his family and would do anything he could for anyone. Living in Louisiana and in Colorado, we still talked, but I didn't get to see him as much as I should have. He's now with our mom and dad and not having to deal with the earthly problems that are facing us now, give mom and dad a hug for me. You will be missed. JR.

BEVERLY RODRIGUEZ

November 20, 2020

Glenn will be missed at the Bridgers Family gatherings, especially at Christmas.
Love,
Bev
Beverly Bridgers Rodriguez

Donna Smith Martin

November 20, 2020

Glenn was the kindest, sweetest guy. Growing up next door I got to see him all the time. So sad to hear of his passing. I know he will be greatly missed.

Wesley Taylor

November 20, 2020

Glenn has fought the hard fight. Suffered tremendously but Loved his family. We will miss him dearly.

Love ya Bro

Karen Taylor

November 20, 2020

Glenn was the love of my life. He was my anchor and my strength and I'll love him forever!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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