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Goldie M. Taylor Crawford

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Goldie M. Taylor Crawford

Goldie M. Taylor Crawford

Goldie M. Taylor Crawford departed this life on May 6. She was the daughter of the late James and Geneva B. Woodley. She was preceded in death by her husband George C. Taylor III, sister Marie Hudson, granddaughter Danielle Taylor and second husband Bryant Crawford. She is survived by sons, Robert L. Taylor (Eva) and George C. Taylor III; six grandchildren, George C. Taylor IV, Michael (Lori) Taylor, Kimberly (Shane) Anthony, Brandi M. Taylor and Robert L. Taylor, Jr.; great-grandchildren, Cameron and Kori Anthony, Isaiah and Sophia Taylor and Sean Anthony; great-great-grandchild, Aubreigh Anthony; and numerous relatives and friends. She was a member of First Baptist Church, Yellow Springs, and was lain in state there on Saturday, May 9. Burial was at Glen Forest Cemetery.


One Response to “Goldie M. Taylor Crawford”

  1. D. Waters says:

    RIP Goldie. A sad loss for a community that has too few longtime residents left from her generation. Goldie was truly kindhearted and generous of spirit. She allowed our small family to live in one of her rental properties WITH a dog. In 1992, that was virtually unheard of; very much the exception to the rule. She trusted us and gave us a chance, reunited us with our dog in the process, and proved that ‘sound’ business decisions aren’t always based on strict guidelines and policies, but sometimes on the smile of a tiny girl (our daughter). For that I will always be grateful to her. Here’s hoping her heaven is filled with RV rides to her favorite places.

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