Psalm 23:4 states that, "Even though we walk through the valley of the shadow of death, we will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me." Wherever we go, from our birth throughout our life and into the passage of death, the Lord is always and ever with us. When the time comes to bid this life farewell, we should find comfort in knowing that a loving God will be there with us to guide us to our new home. It is with a broken heart,but a feeling of Thanksgiving for the 80 years that Mother Leevinne Taylor lived with us.
Mrs. Leevinnie Taylor was born April 5, 1940 in Eastover, South Carolina. She was the beloved daughter of the late Henry and Lottie Williams Flemming. She departed this life on
She was educated in the Richland County Public School System. She was later employed for Granny Kitchen and McEntire Air Base.
At an early age, she became a member of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church; later in life she became a member at St. Matthews Baptist Church, where she served faithfully for many years. She truly loved the Lord and showed it in many ways.
Mrs. Taylor was preceded in death by her parents, John Henry Flemming, Sr. and Lottie Williams Flemming; husband, Forest Taylor, Sr; two sisters, Lucille McLemore, and Emma L. Higgins; and four brothers, John Henry Flemming, Jr, Nathaniel Flemming, Theodre Flemming, Sr. and Issac Flemming.
Mrs. Leevinnie Taylor leaves to cherish her precious memory: her loving children, Geneva T (Perry, Sr.) Timmons of Columbia, S.C., Brenda T. Wilson of Columbia, S.C., Yvonne T. Jones of Hopkins, S.C., Forest Taylor, Jr of Eastover, S.C., Benjamin (Amia) Taylor of Hopkins, S.C., Angline G. (David) Higgins of Hopkins, S.C., Lashonda T. Taylor of Hopkins, S.C. One brother: Lloyd Drayton Flemming, Sr. Two sisters: Mae Bell (Frank) Taylor and Cheryl Singletary. Fourteen grandchildren; great grandchildren. Four sisters-in-law: Frances Bell, Louise Taylor of Eastover, S.C., Dorothy (William) Springer of Columbia, S.C.; Emma Julia Taylor of Columbia, S.C. Two brothers-in-law: Willie Taylor of Eastover, S.C. and Anderson Taylor of Estill, S.C.
A host of nieces, nephews, many other relatives, and caring friends, all of whom will miss her dearly.
Due to the current state of(COVID-19) pandemic and in order to promote social distancing, as ordered by the Governor for the State of South Carolina, anyone entering the funeral home for viewing; as well as attending the graveside service will be required to wear a mask. We will also limit the number of persons allowed to entered the funeral home at any given period during the viewing process. We ask that you leave the premise upon exiting the building. The family is most appreciative to each of you for your prayers and considerations during this difficult time in their lives.
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