Gaylord C. YOUNG Brother Gaylord C. Young was born on September the 30th, 1955 to Glenn Young, and Elizabeth A. Caldwell in Oriville, CA (both of whom precede him in passing). His father later moved his family to Seattle where he lived most of his years. Mr. Young departed this life on August 5th, 2007 after suffering a short illness. Brother Gaylord "The music man", as he was affectionately known by his community was the youngest child of four: Johnny, Geraldine Alice, and Harold "Jimmy" Brookins. Mr. Gaylord leaves his wife, Sister Mary Young, a combined family of 11 children including Gaylord Cecil and AbaiEscia, 49, grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, and his three siblings. He further vacates an extended family of many nieces, nephews, cousins, and close friends in Christ. They will sorely miss Brother Gaylord. Services will be held 2:00 p.m., Friday, August, 17th at Emerald City Community Seventh Day Adventist Church. It is located at 801 25th Avenue, Seattle, WA. The community is welcomed to attend. Viewing at "The House of Scott", 1215 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, Tacoma, Washington 98405. Contact Ms. Ketty Scott, Senior Funeral Home Director, 253 572-9555.
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Gaylord, Although I have not had the pleasure of seeing or talking to you recently I hoped you knew that I have always held you and your Mother deep in my heart. Gaylord, you and your family watched me grow up during the 70’s, are moms were the best of friends back then. We had a large extended family back then, one you could AWAYS count on! I can remember Dana, Russell, Greg (I think that was his name) and you running around Bryant Manor just becoming the future of Seattle. I loved to watch and listen to you play the piano I was so little back then but I remember it just like yesterday. I watched while all of you help shape OEC. But Gaylord you and I always have had a big brother, little sister bond because our mothers were so close. All of our lives have followed different paths during the years and I know that there have been many struggles for all of you and your families but I have always loved and respected your family. I wish I would have been able to get to know your wife and children but our paths did not cross much. But you would keep in touch every now with Momma K ay and let here know your accomplishments and your struggles. Gaylord you will truly be missed! Please know that you are deeply imbedded in your little sister’s heart and please give Ms. Elizabeth Caldwell a big kiss and hug from Reina you know she was my favorite person in this whole wide world. I will be listening for those keys when it is my turn to show me the way! Love always Reina
Reina and Momma Kay Durkee
August 18, 2007
I love you Uncle Gaylord!!!! I KNOW that you're finally at piece, and happy, with Auntie Pearlie. You're gone but never forgotten....
"don't worry, it's just water".....Cheryll's kool-aid =)