Ad Spot

Mr. Johnny Taylor Sr.

LaFAYETTE — Mr. Johnny Taylor Sr., 66, of LaFayette passed away on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019 at UAB Hospital in Birmingham.

Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019, 1 p.m. CST at Antioch Baptist Church in LaFayette with the Rev. Calvin Marshall, pastor, officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.

Mr. Taylor is survived by two sons, Johnny Taylor Jr. of Montgomery and Travis Brewer of Phenix City; Jamal Patterson, whom he raised as a son; two goddaughters, Helen Black and Tanisha Cammon, of LaFayette; a special part of his life, Shirley Sims; six sisters, Christina (Vonroyce) Trimble of Opelika, Dorothy Holloway, Johnnie Mae (Richard) Ware, Minnie Holloway (James Woody), Willie Mae Thomas and Mattie (J.C.) Woody, all of LaFayette; four brothers, Dennis (Diane) Holloway, Clanton Holloway (Elizabeth Foreman), Jeffery Holloway (Theresa Bonner) and Billy (Christine) Holloway, all of LaFayette; an aunt, Mary Julia Page of Atlanta, Ga.; nine grandchildren, three great­ grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

To sign the online guest book and express condolences please visit www.silmonseroyerfh.com.

Silmon­Seroyer Funeral Home in LaFayette is handling the arrangements.

News

‘Electric Jesus’ scheduled to shoot scenes at skating rink in Valley next week

News

Troup County Schol System approves GPS technology for buses

News

AMEA and its members kick off 2020 scholarship program

News

Alabama sets new unemployment records in July, job growth surpasses national growth

News

Chattahoochee Fuller Center Project to start construction on another home

News

West Point Councilwoman receives certificate of excellence

News

Lanett mayor says new development may spur more interest

News

Troup County looks at new 911 technology

News

Former Chambers County bookkeeper pleads guilty to stealing $300K from probate office

News

Wood has eyes on next Legislative session

News

DA: ‘Bama fan who poisoned Auburn trees not making repayment

News

West Point Council discusses Depot rates

News

Group requests changes to LaFayette cemetery ordinance

News

Shumate visits Troup County schools

News

Paramedic to open a fun, family, community wrestling academy

News

Benefit ride supports long time officer and TCSO deputy Billy Baker

News

Valley football coach talks to Valley Kiwanis Club

News

Valley declares home public nuisance

News

Heat wave forecasted to cease

News

Chattabrewchee moves tasting room to Columbus, will continue to brew beer in West Point for now

News

West Point Council signs off on tax reduction for Mobis expansion

News

Valley native overcomes cancer to umpire Little League World Series

News

Commissioner Douglas Jones graduates from training institute

News

New Springwood Head of School Lowrie McCown looks to improve on Springwood’s success