• Moore, Taylor Scott

    September 1, 2017
  • Superior Twp.

    Age 27, passed on September 1, 2017.  The public view will be held Friday, September 8, 2017, from 4 pm to 7 pm at C&H Community Home for Funerals, Lucille’s Memorial Chapel, 411 S. Adams St., Ypsilanti.  The funeral service will be Saturday, September 9, 2017, with the family hour at 10:30 am followed by the service at 11 am at St. John Baptist Church, 866 Monroe St., Ypsilanti.  Please sign his guestbook below.

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    To my brother, my friend, to dad, to mom, to sister. God always has a plan. He took one of our young angels to help out at the gates of heaven. There are no words that I can say to make the pain go away. Only know our football player is running God's team now. Matthew and I love you all. Praying for you all.

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    May God Bless you Taylor and Rest in Peace! My condolences to the Moore family and I send all my prayers/love.

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    Our family never met Taylor, but we know Danielle. She used to come to the Awana program at our church, Fellowship Bible Church,with her friend Sydney Pope for many years. We lost our son in a car accident two years ago, so our family knows the pain of losing a son and a brother. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Moore family. Lean on God for your strength. He is there.

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    My heart goes out to the entire moore family .. I love you all. GOD BLESS

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    My prayers are with you

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    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family through this most difficult time. May you find comfort in God's love and grace.

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    May God keep you in the palm of His hand and comfort you and your family during this time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you always! God Bless You!

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    Dorsey and Rosie, We were so sadden to hear of the loss of Taylor. Please know that your family is in our prayers. Take comfort in knowing God will get you through this!

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    My condolences. I'm keeping you and your family in my prayers.

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    To: "Our Family" May it bring you comfort to know that others are thinking of you as you mourn the passing of your love-one. We pray that God will give you peace, strength, and understanding. Mrs. Tearee Easter and Family Houston, Texas

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    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. God is our strength he will comfort you and your family.

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    Let not your heart be troubled ye believe in God believe also in me. God is a just God for He cares for you. He never will leave you alone. Whenever you cry look up He is there to wipe your tears. When you need a friend call me I will be there. Much love, Cousin Lula Clark

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    Let not your heart be troubled ye believe in God believe also in me. God is a just God for He cares for you. He never will leave you alone. Whenever you cry look up He is there to wipe your tears. When you need a friend call me I will be there. Much love, Cousin Lula Clark

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    Let not your heart be troubled ye believe in God believe also in me. God is a just God for He cares for you. He never will leave you alone. Whenever you cry look up He is there to wipe your tears. When you need a friend call me I will be there. Much love, Cousin Lula Clark

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    Taylor and I became really good friends throughout high school. We had some of the same classes,friends, and interest. I remember Taylor having the first pair of TMacs (which were brightly colored) and when he got his first car. We would watch I Love New York in his basement with his dog and drive to Meijer just to get out of the house. You will be in my thoughts and I will forever love you as my friend.

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    Rosie and Dorcey- We are very sad to hear about Taylor. Our thoughts and prayers go out you.

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    Dear Family and Friends of Taylor, please accept the words of comfort to follow. In the days and weeks to come, please meditate on the Source of true comfort at 2 Corinthians 1:3-4. There we learn that God is also the Father of tender mercies. Imagine the Almighty Being awesome in power expresses the tenderest of emotions when dealing with us during our times of need. He understands the pain losing a loved one brings as he witnessed the death of his own Son. He longs to correct all human suffering and soon the last enemy will be brought to nothing. Paradise awaits. Job 14:14-15, Revelation 21:3-5, Isaiah 26:19.

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    Dear Family and Friends of Taylor, please accept the words of comfort to follow. In the days and weeks to come, please meditate on the Source of true comfort at 2 Corinthians 1:3-4. There we learn that God is also the Father of tender mercies. Imagine the Almighty Being awesome in power expresses the tenderest of emotions when dealing with us during our times of need. He understands the pain losing a loved one brings as he witnessed the death of his own Son. He longs to correct all human suffering and soon the last enemy will be brought to nothing. Paradise awaits. Job 14:14-15, Revelation 21:3-5, Isaiah 26:19.

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    Dear Family and Friends of Taylor, please accept the words of comfort to follow. In the days and weeks to come, please meditate on the Source of true comfort at 2 Corinthians 1:3-4. There we learn that God is also the Father of tender mercies. Imagine the Almighty Being awesome in power expresses the tenderest of emotions when dealing with us during our times of need. He understands the pain losing a loved one brings as he witnessed the death of his own Son. He longs to correct all human suffering and soon the last enemy will be brought to nothing. Paradise awaits. Job 14:14-15, Revelation 21:3-5, Isaiah 26:19.

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    My condolences go out to cousin Dorsey and family at this most difficult time. May the Lord bless the family and keep them strong. May the Lord watch over the family and give them strength to endure this hardship. May the Lord bless the soul of this Angel into the Kingdom of Heaven. In Jesus Christ name Amen. God bless the family.

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    To my cousin Dorsey and family. You have my deepest sympathy. I will keep you and family in prayer . Much Love , From Milwaukee Wisconsin

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    Rosie my heart is broken for you and your family. May you find strength and peace in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

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    To Taylor's Family: My interactions with Taylor were too short. But, as a customer of one of his former employer's, I quickly gleaned that he was a very bright, professional young man (the evidence of a good upbringing) and he had a promising future! It is hard to dwell on or question the providential plan of God. Nevertheless, his passing seems too soon. I will keep you all uplifted in prayer for the days to come and hope that you will be encouraged and comforted in your unfathomable loss. May the peace of God keep you.

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    To Tay's family, I'm truly sorry for your loss. Taylor and I were good friends a few years back; and If I had known of his passing I would have attended the services held for him. Please accept my condolences and prayers for your family and know that I will be here for you in any way that I can to help. Again I'm hurting to hear of his passing. Please give his family and Ryan all my love and blessings.

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