Louise M. Taylor

August 11, 1938 - January 2, 2018
Voss Chapel
316 North Chestnut Street
Seymour, IN 47274
Friday 1/5, 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Voss Chapel
316 North Chestnut Street
Seymour, IN 47274
Friday 1/5, 6:00 pm
Forest Lawn Memory Gardens
1977 S State Rd 135
Greenwood, IN 46143
Forest Lawn Memory Gardens
1977 S State Rd 135
Greenwood, IN 46143
Saturday 1/6, 11:00 am

Ms. Louise M Taylor, 79, of Mitchell, passed away at Mitchell Manor on Tuesday, January 2, 2018. Born August 11, 1938, in Seymour, IN, she was the daughter of Orville and Bernice (Hauersperger) Colvin. Louise was raised in Hayden community all her life and graduated from Hayden High School in 1956. After graduation she movedContinue Reading

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Vickie Trout left a message on January 6, 2018:
So sorry to hear about Louise. I babysat after school for Sandy and Keith while she worked at Wasson's. Louise was always very appreciated and warm hearted to me. May God bless the family - Vickie Trout (one of the Baker kids)
David & Luella Russell left a message on January 4, 2018:
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Diane Nugent left a message on January 4, 2018:
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Clara Jackman left a message on January 4, 2018:
Carol, I was so sad to learn of your loss. I haven’t seen you in years, but think of you often . I think I met Louise . Didn’t 2 of your sisters come by Fodrea one day? If Louise was anything like you , she was a great person. I know loss is hard. I have lost a sister, 2 brothers , and my husband. If my health were better and the weather was better, I would be there. So you and your family are in my prayers. Clara Jackman.
Margie Koons left a message on January 4, 2018:
Sandy & Keith, Our deepest sympathy to each of you! It is always a missing link, when we loose one of our close family. The video is a great tribute that your Mom would be very proud of! At least she is free of suffering and now dancing and playing cards, that was her joy and love! Your Mom and I were friends from grade school thru present! I regret that I did not get to Mitchell to see her in her better days! As others have mentioned she always wore that welcoming and friendly smile. We spent many days together with her even when she was in FL. We always made sure we got together when we were in FL. And remember the good times we had when your family and ours went to the Bahamas! She was also a great beautician and always kept herself looking great! She was a great mother and grandmother! She always looked forward to coming to Indiana to see everyone! Our love and Blessings to each of you and your families! Ron & Margie koons
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Lynn Bogle left a message on January 4, 2018:
Louise was such a wonderful, kind and giving person. She was so beautiful but even more beautiful on the inside. I don't know what the Williamson's would have done without her. She was just as devastated as us when we lost our mom. Louise and mom were best friends. Louise always told me that mom help her in so many ways. I remember dad was upset with the way the funeral home fixed moms hair. It wasn't the way Louise always fixed it. So dad ask Louise and I to redo her hair. I remember Louise and I crying as we were fixing it. Then I looked over at her and as tears were running down her face and she she was starting to laugh...she said I think were going to have to redo her makeup, our tears are messing up her makeup. I burst out laughing. We both were now trying to fix her hair and makeup all the while crying and laughing. Louise had such a beautiful smile. She was so much fun to be around. I loved baby sitting for Sandy (Dee-Dee) and Keith. You guys were so good and easy to watch. She was such a great mother. Her world rotated around both of you. I can't thank you guys enough for sharing her with us. Our hearts are broken but you can bet she is up there, with her best friend watching over you. If there is anything we can do please let us know. Our prayers and love are with you. Lynn (Williamson) Bogle
Kathy Taylor Settles left a message on January 3, 2018:
Always I remember our days as kids staying and playing with you Sandy and Keith in Indy.. we would and could go out and play and walk way far and NO WOULD TRY TO STEAL ANY OF US.. Prolly because Keith looked so tufg walking with us girls hehehe. Aunt Louise was a great cook and the big white dog was beautiful but SO SO hairy.. Anand Keith you will always be my SUPER MAN.. LOVE YOU BOTH and thanks Aunt Louise for my many good memories o and the Ohio River. Loved loved them days.
Mark Williamson left a message on January 3, 2018:
What a super and beautiful lady! Louise was a great friend to my mother Phyllis Williamson, who died very young in 1965. Louise always checked in with us kids, as Dad was left raising 5 teens and pre-school children on his own. Louse used to cut our hair and we remember when Louse and Meredith built that house on Rawls Avenue across from Danny Meadows house! Danny is married to my sister Kate for 30 plus years and Louise always had a smile for all of the neighborhood kids. I was buddy’s with Louise’s younger brothers and was devastated when Kenny was killed at such an early age. We always had 30 young kids running around the old neighborhood (the Cox boys, Williamson kids, the Cardwell brothers, the 3 Swan Brothers, Jeff Lamb, Baker kids & the Sarfaty boys. It was a fantastic place to grow up 60 years ago and Louise, Meredith, Sandy & Keith were wonderful neighbors! Our heartfelt condolences go out to Sandy & Keith and all the grandkids. God bless and keep her... Mark Williamson, Lynn (Williamson) Bogle, Marie Williamson, Kate (Williamson) Meadows & MaryAnn (Williamson) Sweeney
Katie Meadows left a message on January 3, 2018:
I am heart broken Sandy and Keith. I can never repay the love, kindness, friendship and support your family always showed us after our own mother passed away. Louise was my mom's best friend and she repayed her by watching over us. I love you guys and pray you find peace at this time. Godspeed Louise and kiss my mom when you see her.
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