Celebrating the life of Jannie V Taylor
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Jannie Victoria Holland Taylor
The late Jannie Victoria Holland Taylor was born in Vidalia, GA to the late Annie Mae Hendrix and James Gamble. At the age of 11 months she was adopted by the late Irea and Alice Holland of Brooksville, FL.
Mother Jannie V. Taylor was a member of St. James M. B. Church. She served on the mother board. She will be greatly missed. Mother Jannie’s past times was cooking and sitting on the porch. She was a seasoned cook and would tell you, “I have been cooking since I was eight years old!”
Jannie V. Taylor is preceded in death by her late husband Donald Lewis Taylor; sister, Louise Hendrix, brothers, James Holland, Sr., Booker T. Holland, Clyde Holland and Ira Holland, Jr., daughters, Rosemary Moore and Joyce Taylor and son, Calvin Taylor.
Mother Jannie leaves to cherish her memories, her daughter Tracy Taylor (Jermaine); two sons, Raymond Taylor, Sr. (Gwen) and Daymond Taylor (Jennie); grandchildren, JoAnn Hasberry, Raymond Taylor, Jr., Michael Taylor, Carol Taylor, Daymond Taylor, Jr. (Tenisha), Sam Taylor, Margurita Tolbert, James Benemon (Shawn), Kelvin Moore, Ronteryl M. Black (like a daughter), Gabriel Taylor, late Ralph R. Peyton III, Demetria Lee, Jeremy Lee and DeMario Mason; great-grandchildren, Iesha Fogle, Mo’laija Taylor, Ariel Reese, Donnell Lee, Samar Gaynor, Jamiah and Kaleeyah Lee and many more great-grandchildren and a few great, great grandchildren; four sisters, Vera Dell Smith, Lottie Mae Brown (Bishop Harold), Janie Hendrix and Johnnie Mae Hendrix; one brother, H. B. Hendrix (Osie Mae); one aunt, Nona Bell Hall; special nieces, Karen Holland and Missionary Mary Rowe; God-children, Zandra Hudson and family, Joshua Whitney & Family; along with a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and sorrowing friends.
Mother Jannie’s family, friends and church family will always remember her dedication and faithfulness. She will always be in our hearts.
Viewing: Friday, September 12, 2014~ 5pm to 7pm ~ Eastside House of God ~ 827 1/2 Twigg Street ~ Brooksville, FL 34601
Services: Saturday, September 13, 2014 ~ 3pm ~ Grace World Outreach Church ~ 20366 Cortez Blvd, Brooksville, FL 34601
Interment: Brooksville Cemetery