Lori Marie Taylor, 55 of Billings, Oklahoma was released from a lifetime of struggles on Saturday, March 17, 2018. She was born on April 27,1962 in Oklahoma City, OK the last of 15 children to Bennie and Ethel Taylor.
She is preceded in death by her father, Bennie Taylor, mother, Ethel Taylor, husband, Timothy Guilfoyle, granddaughter, Kara Beth Mitchell and numerous brothers, sisters and other family members.
She is survived by her children, Benjamin Guilfoyle of Greeley, Kansas, Rachel Mitchell of Blackwell, Oklahoma, Christopher Pierson of Lacey, Washington, her brother and sisters, Shirley Calhoun, Richard Taylor, Linda Taylor, John Taylor, Teresa King and Jimmy Taylor along with all their families.
The family will be having a dinner that is to be scheduled at a later date.
No services are planned at this time. Cremation will be taking place at a later date.
lori was a verynice sister inlaw the times i got to spend with her really injoyed it.so sorry kids prayers for you all
Chris & family, Ben & family, Rachal & family and the rest of Lori's family, I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Lori May she Rest In Paradice and take her angel wings and fly high and don't forget to look after your family and take care of that beautiful granddaughter Kara Beth... Love to my cousins always and forever Chris & family, Ben & family, Rachal & family. May God be with you all through this tough time and struggle may he guide you through your journey and may he help your mom and grandma watch over you all God Bless you 3 kids and families...love always & forever your cousin Heather Vinzant
heather vinzantGuilford, MO
Momma, I love you with every ounce of my heart. I’m sorry that life happened the way that it did, but I want you to know that my love for you is absolutely unconditional! I may have been a little upset or didn’t agree with certain things here or there, but that doesn’t take away the love I have for you! I hope you are at peace now, and no longer have to contend with the everyday struggles you had to contend with here. I know you love all of us regardless of any circumstance and I promise you Mom, we will all do everything in our power to make you proud! Until we meet again Momma, I love you, and you will forever be in my heart!
Christopher PiersonLacey, WA
Dear Rachel, Bennie, Chris & Families,
We share your grief. You are in our thoughts and Prayers. We love you !
Tom & Helen .
Tom & Helen (Mitchell) McIninch, OK
Dear little sister
I’m going to miss those silly talks we had about the old times , our kids husbands and life in general, just know I still know everything.
See you on the other side can’t wait to make Muma roll her eyes again and say YOU GIRLS . Love always and forever
Teresa KingStillwater, OK
My Dear Aunt Lori,
I’ll always remember the good times spent with or around you growing up. From Rachel and I working you and mom over so we could stay the night with each other, you and mom dressing all of us kids to match for cousin pictures at Wal Mart (I’m talking Neon Bike Shorts or even the cool All Denim look) Cherokee Strip Parades, silly laughs or stern go to sleeps when we stayed up way too late, you making my favorite Doritio Casserole and me sneaking half a can of black olives before it was done, I guess you never noticed? If you did you never said anything...Lots of good memories growing up close to my cousins that can never be replaced. Your house was like a second home to me. I wish at times we could go back to those days more simple and when life wasn’t as difficult for you, or at least I couldn’t see it was. I love you! I hope you find your peace! I’ll never forget you.
Leslie HagelbergTulsa, OK