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Murrell Taylor

Murrell Bradley Taylor

Thursday, October 21st, 1943 - Friday, January 15th, 2021
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Obituary

Murrell Bradley Taylor
1943 - 2021

Murrell Bradley Taylor, 77, (after a lengthy illness) passed away peacefully at home in Lillian, AL on January 15, 2021.

He was born October 21, 1943 in Hamilton, MS to Thomas Edison Taylor and Easter Lee Woods Taylor.

In eighth grade he began working at Elkin Theater and continued working there until he joined the Air Force straight from Aberdeen High School. He received his Honorable Discharge in March of 1964 and returned to Aberdeen.

In August of 1964 he married the love of his life, Glenda Sue Coates.

Murrell spent most of his life in Monroe and Lee County, where he raised his family and worked in the lumber industry, retiring from Morris Sales, Co and eventually moved to the Gulf Coast with his daughter.

His pastimes were many but he enjoyed the outdoors, spending time with family and casino trips.

Blessed with a beautiful loving family he is survived by three children – Brad (Angee), Mike (Nikki) and Tammy Mercer (Chris). Ten Grandchildren – Lacey, Brandi, Stormi, Daniele, Austin, Candi, Hanna, Bradley, Kyler and Ella. Twelve Great-Grandchildren – Allie, Ben, Dillan, Aaron, Jada, Margot, McKenzie, Matthew, Aubrey, Tyler, Scarlett, and Jackson. One Great-Great Grandchild – Aniya. Two Sisters – Betty Dye and Judy Nichols (David).

He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, Glenda, one brother, Charles, and sister Peggy Carson.

We invite family and friends to join us in celebrating his life Saturday, January 30th, at Tisdale-Lann Funeral Home in Aberdeen, MS. Visitation will begin at 11am with the service immediately following at Noon officiated by Brother Robert Fowlkes. Burial will be at Howell Cemetery in Aberdeen on Old Athens Road.
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