of Marshall, AR
June 14, 1924 - December 19, 2020
Mary Hazel Taylor, age 96 of Marshall, Arkansas passed from this life on Saturday, December 19th, 2020 at Highland Court in Marshall, Arkansas. She was born in Bear Creek, Arkansas on June 14th, 1924 to Myrt B. Bohannon and Sally Bell Horton Bohannon. After moving to California in the early 1950's Hazel became employed at Western Electric, where she worked for several years. When the family moved away she found employment at Masonic Home. After that she worked several nursing home jobs. A career she enjoyed very much. Before her retirement she worked at an electronic company with her son, Michael. In younger days, Hazel enjoyed square dancing. She was of the Christian faith and loved to attend church. She liked going shopping and loved to talk with her family on the phone. Her presence will be greatly missed by her family.Survivors include her children, Harold Gene Taylor of Hemet, CA and Anita Taylor of Concord, CA; eight grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren; one sister, Maye Webb of Burdette; and many extended family and friends who will mourn her passing.Hazel is preceded in death by her parents, Myrt and Sally Bohannon; her husband, Oren Therion Taylor who passed away in 1982; son, Michael Taylor; and siblings, Vernon, Willie, Modean, Opal, Howard, Vaudie, Joe and Mona Frances.Graveside services for Hazel will be 1:00 PM Monday, December 21st, 2020 at Bear Creek Cemetery in Marshall, Arkansas with Bro. Roy Ragland officiating. Pallbearers will be J.B. Moore, Donald Ragland, Doyle Ragland, Donnie Ragland, C.W. Toombs and Kenny Lovins.Due to the Covid-19 pandemic we are practicing social distancing at our graveside services and all patrons are required to provide and wear their own masks. Anyone with underlying health conditions are advised to please stay home. You may sign our online guestbook on our website: www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/marshall
Love you gram. See you on the other side.
We wish we could be there in person to pay respects to our beloved Grandma, to me and my wife Barbara,as well as Great Grandma to our daughters, Julienna and Bella. We will always cherish our Christmas visits with you and appreciate the times my family was able to spend with you in Manteca over the years! The pecan pies you always made for our visits was my favorite part of our lunches together! We love you very much and know that you are in a better place with no pain. Rest in peace! Steve, Barbara, Julienna and Bella.
Our family is mourning for not being able to pick up a phone and call you. We know your body is gone but we also know you're with my dad and brother and all your siblings in Heaven. We will miss you lil we see you again.
Will miss you grandma love you
Wish we could be there today! We love you Grandma and will miss you everyday 💕. Rest In PeaceLove,Dyan, Tony, Ariel, Dominic ,Alyssa and Dante
Rest in peace Mom.
I wish we could be there today. Miss you grandma.
Love u aunt hazel you are with jesus rest in peace huh
I Wish I could be there for my Great Grandmothers service, she is loved and greatly missed. My deepest sympathy’s to our whole family for the loss we are all feeling during this time.
I am sorry that Donald Trump was our Commander in Chief. You might not have died such a horrible death. I will always remember our 8 hour talks about life in Arkansas, on the farm, and all the things I missed had I known the family. I was hoping to see you this summer and meet the family. You were a survivor! You deserved so much more. And I love you dearly. Rest in peace with Mother 🌍. Always!Senik
I am so sorry to hear of another loss in our family! I am the daughter of Kenneth and Edith Bohannon, and the granddaughter of Walt and Ethel Bohannon!