OBITUARY

Christine Guy Taylor

June 9, 1928September 17, 2013

Christine Guy Taylor, 85, of St. Simons Island, died Tuesday, September 17, 2013 at the hospital in Brunswick. Memorial services were held September 21, 2013 in the chapel of Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home with Father Buzz Yarborough officiating. Inurnment will take place at Arlington Memorial Park in Atlanta at 10:00am October 26, 2013. Born June 9, 1928 in Washington DC, to the late Ernest Carlyn and Jeannette Phoenix Guy, she was a homemaker and had been a resident of St Simons Island, Georgia since 1980. Mrs. Taylor was past president of St Simons Rotary Club Inner Wheel, a member of St Simons Rotary Auxiliary and member of numerous social bridge groups. While living in Atlanta, she worked for many years at Pace Academy. She was preceded in death by her husband Kent C. Taylor and a son Casey Taylor. Survivors include two sons, Andrew Guy Taylor, and Richard Carlyn Taylor and wife Doree Avera all of St. Simons Island, five grandchildren, Shannon Taylor, Gregory Taylor, Brian Taylor, Jack Taylor and Sam Taylor, and three nephews Thomas W. Dew, Joseph W. Dew and John P. Dew. Memorials may be made to The American Cancer Society. www.arlingtonmemorialpark.com

Services

  • Inurnment Saturday, October 26, 2013
  • Memorial Service Saturday, September 21, 2013
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Christine Guy Taylor

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September 24, 2013

So glad I finally got to meet your Mom just before Jack arrived...I see the strongest resemblance between her, Jack, and you, Richard. Enjoyed pictures in the video. Well done, and she was especially beautiful. John joins me in extending our deepest sympathy
Lovingly,
Lola and John Josey

Kathleen Magbee

September 22, 2013

Richard and family, Charlie and Frances are so saddened by your loss. She was a great friend to them and will be missed. Our thoughts and sympathies are with you all.

Jill Mathews McAden

September 21, 2013

Andy and Carlyn, prayers are with you and your families. Your mom was an extraordinary lady, and a very special friend to the Mathews family. I hold memories galore of special times with the Taylor clan. Love, Jill Mathews

Madge DeMay

September 19, 2013

Chris is one of my dearest friends. I shall miss her terribly. Rest well Chris.

Doree Avera

September 19, 2013

We have all been blessed by having you so close in our lives, loving you and having been loved by you. You were truly special to us and we will miss you. We will always remember our special times together...holidays, birthdays, the birth of both our boys, and our special family times having meals together for big breakfast, lunches and dinners. We love you Granny and you will live on in our hearts and memories forever.

Doree, Jack and Sam Taylor

Elaine Taylor

September 19, 2013

Richard,Andy and families: Your Mom was greatly loved and admired. We all have many warm and wonderful memories of times spent together. Know that you are in our hearts and prayers at this time. Ray & Alberta Taylor Elaine Taylor, Steven and Danial Vereb

Dianne Taylor

September 19, 2013

As one of her eldest nieces, I have fond memories of spending time with Aunt Chris and Uncle Kent in Atlanta during summer breaks. I especially cherish the moments when Aunt Chris and I would shop, have lunch at the Swan House, and spend time talking over coffee in her kitchen. She will be remembered with love.
Dianne Taylor

Kathy Smilan

September 19, 2013

Beloved Aunt and our own personal, special Southern Belle: you lived and completed your life on earth on your own terms. Determined, fun, focused, strong: we lost an impressive role model this week. Andy, Richard and families: you have our deepest sympathy. Your Mother and Father continue to watch over you and live forever in your hearts. They were so very proud of their three sons and grandchildren. Our love and prayers are with all of you during this time of sorrow. Kathy Taylor Smilan and Family

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY