The Lord took a look at his beautiful creation of red birds and decided it was time to pick one to fly home, so he picked Bremmie Ruth Taylor.
Bremmie Ruth Taylor was born on November 22, 1931, in Waycross, GA to the late Dodge and Katie Mae Taylor. She went to be with the Lord on Sunday, November 20, 2022, peacefully at her home.
She received her formal education in the Waycross school system. For over 50+ years she dedicated her life to the Lord and was a faithful member of Church of Christ Written in Heaven. Bremmie committed herself to living for her Lord and Savior. She believed in prayer and always had an encouraging word for anyone including strangers passing by. If you spoke with her, she always ended the conversation with a word of encouragement for you.
Bremmie was a loyal and hard worker, doing whatever job to help take care of her children. She was a good mother who taught and believed in the saying, “Treat people the way you would like to be treated”.
Other than her parents she was preceded in death by a son, Carvin Taylor “Bones”; a brother, Carvin Taylor; three sisters, Eloise Taylor, Stella Taylor and Zella Bonsell.
Bremmie leaves to cherish her precious memories: a son Collaus Taylor (Brenda); two daughters, Blyienaus Thomas (Keith) and Rita Johnson; a grandson (whom she raised) Johnathan Taylor; a sister, Jeanette Copland of Pompano Beach, FL; nine grandchildren, Carlita Taylor, Courtney Taylor, Robbie Taylor, Daniel Thomas, Jessica Thomas, Dedrick Thomas, Mark Adrain Scott, Ramon Johnson Jr. and Rita Ramona Johnson; 17 great grandchildren, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and loving friends.
A special thank you to Brenda Taylor for her unlimited help with everything; Mark Adrian Scott “Kool-Alias” and Rita Johnson for being her caregivers until the end.