James “Jimmie” Joseph Taylor, 99, of Lawson, Mo., passed away November 18, 2020.
Family only graveside service with full military honors will be at Excelsior Springs Crown Hill Cemetery.
Arrangements in care of Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Excelsior Springs.
Our Sincere Condolences
We are volunteer chaplains at the veterans home in Cameron and got to know Jimmie many years ago. He was the most gentle man we have ever met and we were blessed to have known him. He was a faithful Christian believer and we know where he is now. Our only regret is that because of Covid, we haven’t been allowed into the home since March. Thank you for sharing him with us. Our loss is heaven’s gain.
Mark & Cindy McBee
Mr. Jimmie Tayler was a Fine Christ-Centered Man and served his country with pride.
One of Our Honored Veterans, friend and neighbor.
Our Church Family will miss him.
Praying for Mr. Taylor’s family members at this time of loss.
Heaven Holds a Wonderful Reunion for Mr. & Mrs. Taylor and other loved ones!
John & Rebecca Wier
Very sorry for your loss. Jimmie was a great christian man and our church family will miss him. Prayers for you and your family.
John and Paula McCrary
We are so sorry for your loss. We always enjoyed our visits with Jimmie and hearing about his love for Ollie, as well as his time in the military and time on the farm. He was a wonderful Christian man and we are honored to know him. We are praying for your family. Love to you all!
Jesse and Deanna Gilliam
I met Jimmie and Ollie Taylor when I first moved to Lawson, and attended the Baptist Church in 1992. Jimmie, was a soft spoken man who was willing to pray out loud, that was a huge example to me. He was a faithful member, attending church every Sunday morning and evening, and every Wednesday evening, despite what was going on out in the world. I can still visualize he and Ollie walking into the church, his lovely wife on his arm. Never loud, or obnoxious, this example is embedded in my heart and mind. I remember he and Orville Romang sitting in the men’s Sunday school class, and sharing some little tidbit that caused both men to smile, or at a church meal, occupying the same table as they waiting for their wives to join them. I am eternally grateful for the short godly conversations we had, his kind smile, his compassionate remarks. He was a wonderful example of a godly man, who took his relationship with his LORD serious, I am blessed to have known him.
When I think about Jimmy Joe Taylor I just remember a very kind and nice man.
Mike Van Winkle