Barbara Kennedy Taylor
April 9, 1946 - August 15, 2017
BARBARA KENNEDY TAYLOR, AGE 71 and a resident of the Stateline Community died early Tuesday morning August 15, 2017 at her home. She was longtime member of Stateline Missionary Baptist Church where she formerly sang in the church choir. Barbara worked as a bank teller for many years before becoming a teacher’s aide with the Washington Parish School Board. She loved to sew, making clothes and countless quilts through the years and she also loved taking pictures of the many things she enjoyed including flowers and all the family vacations. Barbara liked to watch the many birds and hummingbirds that visited her front-porch feeder each day. She loved to cook for her family and friends and enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Survived by: Husband of over 53 years: William L. “Sharp” Taylor of Stateline; 2 Sons and Daughters in law: Randall and Megan Taylor,
Ronnie and Lyn Taylor all of Stateline; 5 Grandchildren and Spouses: Laken and William Stogner, Trent and Amber Magee, Allie and Vincent Chipman, Tristan Magee, Drew Taylor; 6 Great-grandchildren: Lillie Stogner, Emily Stogner, Hayden Magee, Kinsley Magee, Levi Chipman, Nathan Chipman; Sister: Sybil Kennedy Seal of Stateline; 2 Brothers and Sisters in law: James Richard and Iris Kennedy, Henry Wayne and Becky Kennedy all of Stateline; Also numerous nieces, nephews, other family members and many friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents Harry S. Kennedy and Annie Mae McKenzie Kennedy and a brother in law Huey Seal.
Visitation will be at Stateline Missionary Baptist Church on Thursday August 17th from 5 pm until 9 pm and after 9 am on Friday. A funeral service will be held in the church at 11 am Friday with Eld. Donnie Broom, Eld. Billy Ray Hines and Eld. Mark Hobgood officiating. Burial will follow in the Kennedy Family Cemetery.
Pallbearers: Marty Breland, Todd Stogner, Brian Kennedy, Jeremy Seals, Tate Kennedy, Jonathan Kennedy
Honorary Pallbearers: Bernard Singletary, Billy Brignac, Jim McCain