Lisa Taylor, 56

Lisa Taylor, 56 of Elkhorn City passed away Thursday, June 19, 2014 at her residence. Visitation will be after 6PM Saturday, June 21, 2014 at the Elkhorn City Church of Christ with services at 7PM. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday, June 22, 2014 at 2PM from the church. Burial will follow at Dow Brooks Cemetery, Draffin, KY.

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  1. Sharon Ratliff says

    You can no longer see me but please know that I am there. I am the flowers in the garden, I am the wind beneath your hair. The memories that I left behind shall forever be with you. As for me I am in heaven now where my life will start anew. No longer do I suffer. No longer do I feel pain. I’m at peace watching you from heaven now until we meet again. I have always loved my flowers. With nature I was one. My flowers are in heaven now as my time on Earth is done. I’m planting my roses in heaven, my Lillie’s & daisies too for I want my garden to be perfect on the day God calls for you. When you walk through the gates of Heaven I will take you by the hand and lead you to my eternal garden where we shall never part again.

    Steve, you are in our thoughts.

    Sharon & Billy Ratliff
    Lexington, KY

  2. Gerene Rowe Hackney says

    So sad to hear about Lisa’s passing…she and I had great times growing up…my thoughts and prayers are with Steve, Bruce Wayne and all the family.

  3. Betty Cochran says

    It was a pleasure getting to know Lisa and Steve. They are wonderful people. I will be praying for your family and thinking if you Steve. May God Bless your family during this time.

  4. Leah Hampton says

    I am so sorry to learn of Lisa Mae’s passing, I knew her when we were in Jr. high and I also worked at the clerks office with her Mom Jean. You and Lisa were dedicated to each other in love and had a servant’s heart working for the Lord. You two made a wonderful team, we’re holding you and your family up in thoughts and prayers before the Lord, knowing that not only have you lost a wonderful help but your church has also lost a valued worker.

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