Kay LaFever Taylor

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Kay LaFever Taylor

October 07, 1939 - September 21, 2018

Kay LaFever Taylor Kay was born in Hobart, Oklahoma on October 7, 1939 to Cecil LaFever and Jennie Ellis LaFever. She passed from this life on September 21, 2018 at home, on her farm 13 miles east of Marlow, Oklahoma.

Kay was proceeded in death by her parents, her husband of 50 years, Barry Max Taylor, her granddaughter, Stephanie and son-in-law, Billy Church.

She is survived by her daughter, Robin, granddaughter Kaylea and grandson Barry Joe. Also great-grandchildren, Jeanean, Makylah and Brooklyn. Two aunts Francis Sutton of Hobart, Oklahoma and Beulah Brown of Belton, Texas. Her sister, Jeanean LaFever Davis (Ronnie) of Woodbine, Georgia and nieces, nephews and cousins. Her niece, Sherry Page was her primary caregiver.

Kay grew up attending First Baptist Church in Hobart, Oklahoma her membership at the time of her death was at Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Duncan, Oklahoma.

Kay attended Hobart High School through her Junior year and graduated from Horace Man High School in Ada, Oklahoma.

Kay managed the Pizza Hut in Duncan, Oklahoma before purchasing and moving onto the Taylor Farm Place. She farmed wheat, feed and pasture for her cattle while Barry worked at the Gas Plant at Velma-Alma. Kay was a woman of action and was always busy. She worked in Girl Scouts while Robin was in school and supported sports and band participation by her grandchildren, who were the great love of her life. Kay participated in a Senior Work Program at Duncan High School. She loved her co-workers and had a wonderful time cleaning, painting and fixing up buildings and the grandstand. Kay worked hard, loved hard and played hard. She was fun and enjoyed life.

Services will be held at a later date. In place of flowers, please donate to your local Animal Shelter or charity of your choice, in her memory.
Published on November 7, 2018
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