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Larry Taylor Dies at 48

March 29, 2005 — Larry Taylor, age 48 of Grove Place, died Saturday March 19 at Gov. Juan Luis Hospital.
He is survived by his mother, Imogene Yasper; godmother, Ora Schrader; daughter, Tahyisha Taylor; sisters, Francesca Taylor, Deborah Taylor, Patricia Taylor-Brown, Janice and Brenda John; brothers, Beverly Taylor, Keith John, Heskitt John, Randolph Petersen Sr., and Darryl and Darwen John; nieces, Danya and lyana Yasper, Renee Petersen, Kenycia Duncan, Theolynda Gill, Patricia and Shakari Taylor; aunt, Lumis Yasper; uncles, George Rawtins and Henry Francis; aunt-in-law, Eulakie Francis; uncle-in-law, Theophilus Webb; nephews, Rodney, Davon, Dwayne and Ahmad Petersen, Darius George Jr., Leroy Taylor Jr., Kevin Taylor, Bobby Brown Jr., Brandon Brown, Wayne Yasper Jr., Nakeda John, K'Andre Dorival, K'Hing John, Onaje Donadelle and Brendon Micheal; sisters-in-law, Coletta Michcal-John, Curlis Bell-John and Inez Bannis special friend, Christolyn Russell; special family members, Williams Family, Rawlins Family and Lang Family; Others Relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
The family requests that those attending funeral services wear festive colors.
Funeral services will take place at 11 a.m. Monday, April 4 at Kingshill Chapel with the viewing beginning at 10 a.m. Burial will be at Kingshill Cemetery. Professional funeral arrangements are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home.

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