Funeral for Ms. Jasamine Virginia Taylor 22 of St. Lucie, FL and formerly of Moulton, Alabama will be 1:00 p.m. Friday at Byler Road Church of Christ with Bro. Stanley Boyd officiating. The body will lie in repose one hour prior to service. Inurnment will be at a later date in Moulton Memory Gardens. There will be limited seating and Covid guidelines will be followed. Public viewing will be from 3:30-7:00 Thursday at Reynolds Funeral Home.
Jasmine Virginia Taylor “Miss Kitty” as we all knew and loved her, was the loving, caring, silly, compassionate daughter of Jennifer Boyd Taylor and Frank Taylor (Ann). Kitty was born to Beatrice Cartee and the late Jimmy Pless on October 21, 1998 and went home to be with the Lord on February 5, 2021 at the tender age of 22 in Port St. Lucie, FL.
She confessed her hope in Christ at a young age at Church Camp. She graduated from Lawrence County High School in 2017. Miss Kitty loved to attend church, sleeping, helping and eating especially tacos., She also enjoyed being with family and friends, dancing and watching movies. She was a huge Auburn Tiger fan
She was welcomed to her home in Glory by: her grandmother, Francis Taylor; sister, Brandi “Moon Pie” Taylor; two nieces, Heavenly Robinson and Dutchess La’Kien Griffin; a special cousin, Michael Boyd; two aunts, Beverly Boyd and Ella Webb; one uncle, Lewis Boyd; and two grandmothers.
Miss Kitty leaves to cherish her memory with the deepest love: her three parents, a devoted grandmother, Purfice Boyd; seven sisters, Brandee (James) Robinson, April Elliott (Patrick), LaTasha (Earl) Calhoun, Ayana Tarver, Beonica Taylor, Shakayla and Shaneal Johnson; five brothers, Frank Taylor (Brigette) Chandler Bufford, April Carlilse, Joshua and Jayden Smith; two special brothers, Shardez Hood and Isaiah Corer; eight nephews; eight nieces; eight aunts and three uncles; a host of loved ones and friends
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