Gerald E. Taylor
January 5, 1949 ~ April 29, 2014
Gerald E. Taylor, age 65, Godfrey passed away at Christian Northeast Hospital in St. Louis, MO. He was born in Vandalia, IL to Charles William and Lucille E (Devall) Taylor. He is survived by his mother, his brother Charles (Deanna) Taylor, and his sisters Sue (Gary) Grounds and Diane (Donald) Little. He grew up in Mulberry Grove and graduated from Mulberry High School, he also graduated from Greenville College. He had also lived in Greenville and moved to the Alton/Godfrey area in the mid 1970. He had worked as a carpenter most of his life. Memorial contributions are suggested to The American Diabetes Association
Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 2 PM
Young Funeral Home
Saturday, May 3, 2014 after 1 PM
Young Funeral Home
Such a kind man with such a gentle soul. Bless you and your family, Gerry.
Sorry for all os our loss. . .GERRY WAS A GREAT FRIEND TO ALL WHO KNEW HIM may he rest in peace.
R.I.P. Gerry My condolences go out the family and friends. My favorite memory of Gerry will always be of the 2 month trip to Alaska !
Please accept our thoughts and prayers for peace and understanding. Best wishes to the entire family.
Please accept our sincere sympathy to your whole family.
Our thoughts and prayers to all who loved Gerry and will miss him. We have such awesome memories of Gerry he was so much fun.
MY BEST BUDDY….FOREVER… MISS HIM…ALWAYS lives in my heart! Susie. And bob
I send my love, thoughts & prayers for the whole family.
I apologize for being un able t attend Gerry's funeral…we had made plans yearly family fishing trip… I am torn between to places… My heart and mind will be with the family and our friends….looking forward to meeting you chuck….
My good friend and partner.Its beyond words how much I will miss him.
It was an honor to know Gerry and be counted amongst his many friends. Gerry made this world a better place. I share the sadness of his loss.
I feel very lucky to have known Gerry. His gentle ways and quick sense of humor. And so very talented – a true craftsman. We love you Gerry.