Hoyt Thomas Taylor, 79 of Talco

taylorHoyt Thomas Taylor, age 79 of Talco died Sunday March 1 in Mount Pleasant Healthcare Center.
Hoyt was born Jan 30, 1936 in Durant, Oklahoma the son of Herbert Buford and Stella Williams Taylor. He married the former Jean Damron on Dec 27, 1957. He was a member of Calvary Baptist Church of Talco. He worked in the oil fields in East and West Texas, Libya, and North Africa. After retirement he spent several year buying and selling farm equipment.
He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother H.B. Taylor Jr., two sisters Geraldene Taylor and Tomi Doss, two brothers in law, Frank Doss and Robert Reasonner and one grandson Donny Hoyt Taylor.
He is survived by his wife Jean Taylor of Talco, three sons, Terry Scott Taylor, David Paul Taylor and wife Teresa all of Talco, and Timothy Dale Taylor and wife Beverly of Mt Pleasant; a brother, Donald and wife, Vetrice Taylor of Mt. Pleasant; a brother in law Buddy Damron and wife Bobbie of Bogata; sisters in law June Freeman and husband Donald of Spring, Texas and Kaye Reasoner of Burleson and a very special friend James Baird and a host of nephews and nieces.
Grandchildren Joey Dale Taylor and wife Wendy of Sugar Hill, Michael Scott Taylor of Dallas, Laci Jo Taylor of Hurst, Deanna Jean Taylor of Bogata, Jesse Wade Taylor of Mt Pleasant and Nathan Clay Taylor of Hurst, and great grandchildren Ayden Lee, Colter Dale, Luke Thomas, Allison Renea, Charles Wayne and Preston Lane.
Online condolences can be made at www.woodfuneralhomes.com

  1. Barbara King says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. I will keep your family in my prayers.

  2. Mary & Bobby Brown says:

    Jean, we are so sorry for your loss, if you need anything at all, please let us know. You and your family will be in our prayers.

  3. Mrs. Taylor I was so sorry to hear about Hoyts passing..My thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of needing strength and faith….You boys take care of your mom she raised and put up with a lot of us not just you three. She is a VERY special and wonderful lady.Your dad was a good man who didn’t mind getting on your butt even if you didn’t belong to him…Once again sorry for your loss..Love y’all

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