Lynnada Taylor

July 10, 1936November 20, 2018

Lynnada Taylor, age 82, died on Tuesday, November 20, 2018, in Pulaski, TN.

She was born in Minor Hill, TN on July 10, 1936, she was a homemaker and attended Fairview Church of Christ. Her parents were the late Erskine and Lucille White Prince, and her husband was the late Eugene “Short” Taylor and son, Larry Taylor.

Visitation will begin on Wednesday, November 21, 2018, from 12 noon until Funeral Services begin at 2:00 p.m. at Carr & Erwin Funeral Home, with burial to follow in Minor Hill Cemetery.

Survivors are: her daughters, Debbie Coffman of Lubbock, TX and Sheila Williams and husband Jerry of Fayetteville, TN, her son, Tim Taylor of Pulaski, TN, her brother, John Prince of Athens, AL, her sister, Betty Hancock of Minor Hill, TN, her 3 grandchildren, and 2 great grandchildren.

Carr & Erwin Funeral Home Pulaski, Tennessee


  • Visitation Wednesday, November 21, 2018
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Lynnada Taylor

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Lee Ann Mize

November 28, 2018

I had the privilege of sharing a room with Mrs. Taylor last year at NHC when I had hip replacement surgery. She was a joy to be around and always fun. Being with her the 10 days I was in NHC was a blessing to me and I only hope I was a blessing to her as well. During that time I was able to visit with Sheila and Tim when they came to visit their Mother. I know from the conversations that they have many beautiful memories of growing up on the farm in Minor Hill. She may be gone to a better place but she will live on in your special memories forever.

Kathy Martin

November 21, 2018

I am so sorry for your loss. My oldest son, Josh, would go fishing in her pond at her home in Minor Hill and I can still see her cleaning that fish. She was a precious lady. I know she will be missed by all. May God give you comfort during this time.

Renee Mitchell

November 21, 2018

Sorry about Mrs. Taylor. She was in the room with Mama last year at Christmas. She was a sweet lady.

Kathy Thomas

November 20, 2018

Lynnada was a beautiful lady.With Deepest Sympathy to the family, Kathy Gatlin Thomas,NHC Pulaski, Tn.

Brenda Johnson

November 20, 2018

I remember staying at my Aunt Nader's in Minor Hill, which was a trip to the country from the big city of Athens, AL. She had an old wringer wash tub on the back porch she used to wash clothes. She tried to show me how to use it. That lasted a few seconds cause I was just a wimpy little girl. But what I remember most about Nader (what we kids called her) was her joy and her laughter. She had this infectious laugh and it was so much fun being around her. Even though her laughter was subdued these last few years, I smile now because I can hear her laughing in Heaven. My love goes out to those whom she left behind and who will miss her so much.