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Patsy B. Taylor


1926 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
Patsy B. Taylor Obituary
TAYLOR, Patsy Bryan Patsy Bryan Taylor passed peacefully into her Heavenly Father's arms September 1, 2018. She was born February 17, 1926 to parents Lily Frances (Frankie) Harris & Louie G. Bryan in Longview, Texas. Patsy was adored and had a charmed childhood, having her beloved grandmother Bryan, "Mama", living next door. After graduating from Longview High School, as a proud "Lobo", Pat attended SMU and pledged Zeta Tau Alpha. Later she transferred to Kilgore College and was a Kilgore Rangerette. Her marriage to Conway Taylor took her to Austin where they raised their children. Pat was a renowned cook & she also loved entertaining, "all things Country French", traveling, golfing and watching football...especially the Dallas Cowboys! However, her time spent with her treasured grandsons, Dayne, Bryan and Kyle, was her most rewarding. "Nana", as she was known by family and friends, babysat whenever needed and enjoyed taking them on wonderful trips as they got older. Nana never missed an opportunity to attend as many games as possible, "rooting her boys on"! Nana was also blessed with nine great grandchildren from those "little boys"! Pat was a long time member of the Methodist Church, having memberships in First Methodist Church and Tarrytown Methodist Church in Austin, as well as a Founding Member of St. Andrews Methodist Church in Plano, Texas. The Lord and her devoted family and many friends (some for as long as 80 or more years) were her sustaining strength as the years went by. After a life threatening heart issue, Pat moved to an assisted living facility. The family wants to sincerely thank all the caregivers who loved on her for the last four years. Whatever you called her, Mother, Nana or Pat, her exuberance and love for life will be her legacy! Thanks be to God for all she meant to our lives! Pat was preceded in death by her parents, her beloved sister Gloria Bryan Serpas and brother in law Jack Serpas. She is survived by her son, Steven B. Taylor; daughter, Susan Taylor Masters; son-in-law, Dr. David H. Masters; grandchildren, Dayne & Kelle Masters, Bryan & Becca Masters and Kyle & Andrea Masters; as well as nine great-grandchildren. Pat's life was honored and lovingly remembered at a family gathering September 8th at the home of her daughter in San Antonio. In lieu of flowers, please give to a Hospice . Words of comfort may be shared with the family at www.cookwaldendavisfuneralhome.com
Published in Austin American-Statesman on Sept. 16, 2018
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