Guest Book for Gearold Leon "Brud" Taylor

Provided by Wilson Smith Funeral Home

Posted by: Mary Kathryn (Taylor) King
Thu November 12, 2020
11-12-20
Aunt Vernal and Family,
There is no way I can explain my sorrow for you and you family.  Brud was a wonderful
man; Loving, Kind, Friendly, and a good Christian man, also a good cook!  He is at rest now in Heaven with his Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.  You were Mom's loving sister.  You have
always been a loving aunt to Bryan, Susan and me.  My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Love,
Mary Kathryn
 

 
Posted by: Susan Taylor Holtsclaw
Thu November 12, 2020
Dear Aunt Vernal and family,

        Was so sorry to hear about Uncle Brud's passing.  He holds a special place in my heart.  I remember how he used to make me fried apple pies, especially when I had mumps.  I am sorry I cannot be with you during this time but my thoughts and my prayers are with each of you.  He's in his glorious home now so when our time comes we will look for him at Jesus feet.          

                                              My love and prayers,
                                              Susan
 

 
Posted by: Randy & Anita Holcomb
Thu November 12, 2020
A true friend , and neighbor
I will miss him dearly ,hunting ,eating deer meat, Ramps, and squirrels
Just took him some squirrel gravy and biscuits the other day.
He loved to hunt for sure , always shared with anyone that wanted some

Rest In Peace Brud
I will miss you buddy.



 

 
Posted by: Pamela Bosley Grotsky
Thu November 12, 2020
Sending prayers to your family. Pamela Bosley Grotsky
 

 
Posted by: Linda J. Fitzwater
Sat November 14, 2020
Aunt Vernal and Family:  I am so sorry to hear about Uncle Brud.  He was an amazing man, always so kind and compassionate.  I remember him and Dad playing ball together.  Many happy memories of family get togethers and the love you and Uncle Brud shared for so many years.  May God comfort and hold each one of you in his arms.  I will always remember him with many fond memories.
 

 
Posted by: Bev Nichols
Sun November 15, 2020
Sending thoughts and prayers of comfort to the Taylor family!  Brud was a wonderful man, full of kindness.  When I worked at Pick Pack, he would come down and sit in the grocery carrier.  He shared stories of his life, his family and his outdoor adventures. He always had a smile on his face. When he would get tickled, his laugh was contagious. His fried apple pies and deer meat were the best I’ve ever eaten and he was always willing to share. Earth’s loss is definitely Heaven’s gain!
 

 
Posted by: Tubz Fitzwater
Wed November 25, 2020
You are in my thoughts and prayer...I love you all and what a wonderful man heaven has now...