Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

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Jefferson Lee Taylor

Born: 3/21/1952

Died: 4/19/2001

Maiden Name: n/a

Honorific: n/a

Jefferson Lee Taylor passed away on April 19, 2001 in Broken Bow, Oklahoma at the age of 49 years. He was born on March 21, 1952 in Sobol, Oklahoma to Wilson and Deloris (Billy) Taylor.

Jeff had worked as a forklift operator for 27 years. He has been in Broken Bow with his wife, Lillie for the past two years. Jeff and Lillie were married on March 21, 1998 at the Goodwater Methodist Church in Sobol. His favorite pastimes include fishing, hunting and gardening.

Survivors include his wife, Lillie of the home; parents, Wilson and Deloris Taylor of Rattan, Oklahoma; grandmother, Ida Taylor of Rattan; three children, Jennifer Davidson and husband, Aubrey, of Rattan and Nathan Taylor and Deann Taylor of Dallas, Texas; two stepchildren, Angie Luper of Broken Bow and Joe Luper of Garvin. He is also survivoed by five brothers, Wilson Taylor, Jr., Rayburn Taylor and John Taylor, all of Antlers, Jessie Taylor of Broken Bow and Steve Taylor of Rattan; five sisters, Velma Whisenhunt of Gilliam, Arkansas, Karen Burt and Brenda Haycraft, both of Antlers, Phyllis Bohannan of Rattan, and Ava Hilton of Talihina; eight brandchildren, Glen, LaTisa, Dustin, Ernest, Jonathen, Michael Anthony, Gabriella and Jessie Lee and three step-grandchildren, Amanda, Samantha and Alexia.

A brother, Kurt A. Taylor, preceded him in death.

Thank You…

A special thank you to the Choctaw Nation, Chief Pyle, Vocational Rehab Department, Randy Hammonds and staff, Housing Authority, Rusty Sossamon and staff, CHRs’, Ross Winship, and the many others who were there for us in a time of need. We appreciate all that everyone took the time to help us with food, words and prayers. Word’s can’t express how grateful we are to have friends such as you.

Jennifer Davidson and Taylor Family