Wanda Taylor

Wanda Nell Taylor (Allred)

September 17, 1945 - March 14, 2021
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Wanda Nell Taylor passed away on Sunday, March 14, 2021.

She was born on September 17, 1945 in Rison, Arkansas to Wayne Noah Allred and Evie Mae Anderson. She graduated from Woodlawn High School in 1963 and married the love of her life, William Marvin Taylor, on February 24, 1967.

She is preceded in death by her beloved husband William Marvin Taylor, her brother David Allred, and her sister Sue McKinney. She is survived by her only child, Jason Wayne Taylor (Jennifer), granddaughters Elizabeth Anne Taylor and Katherine Grace Taylor, and siblings Ava Jenkinson, Corinne Harrison, Carolyn (Joe) Mazanti, Richard (Linda) Allred, Jackie (Margie) Allred, and Charles Allred.

Wanda’s greatest joy in life was her granddaughters, and she was beloved by them. She made both ordinary days and holidays special. Christmas was her favorite time, and each year she outdid herself. She had a great sense of humor, and when the family was together, there was lots of laughter. She led by example, teaching her granddaughters how to be kind and loving through her actions, and passed on wisdom that they will cherish forever. She was adored by all who knew her and will be dearly missed.

A private service will be held on Saturday, March 20th.
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    Friendship Cemetery
    Friendship Cemetery
    Woodlawn, AR
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    Friendship Cemetery
    Friendship Cemetery
    Woodlawn, AR
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email


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Connie Chambers

Posted at 08:24am
So sorry for y'alls loss.

kathy Moyers

Posted at 01:41am
I am so sorry to read that Wanda Nell has passed away .We have been Friends since First Grade. We had some great times as kids at school and staying the night together .Love and Prayers to Her Family.
Katherine Jacks moyers

Patsy Holland Nottenkamper Posted at 10:20pm

Wanda and I went to UAPB in preparation for nursing school. We always sat together in our A&P classes. We went on to nursing school at JSN. I was the oldest in the class. We traded notes and studied together. She was so smart and so sweet. After graduation and state board, we only talked a few times. At that time, I went to work at JRMC. I retired February 2019. I will never forget her! I never knew if she ever worked or not. She was one of the sweetest Christian ladies I ever met. My heart goes out to you during your time of sorrow. Praying for your peace and comfort in the days ahead. Patsy Nottenkamper

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