Obituaries


Obituaries

Taylor Kinsey

How do you summarize, in just a few short paragraphs, how amazing our precious little Taylor was? She was the light of our life and truly the rock of our family. She constantly amazed us with her ability to learn given some of the setbacks she faced. She was such a whiz and we owe thanks to so many people but most importantly to Mommy and her babysitter (Emily Barron).

Taylor was the sweetest firecracker you ever met. She knew how to show her love and her kindness, but she also let you know when she was not pleased. She was incredibly playful and enjoyed being tickled more than anyone you have ever seen. The giggles that ensued when she was tickled were intoxicating to a person’s soul. Her laughter alone warmed hearts and you could not help but smile and laugh with her – even if you did not know why you were laughing. Taylor brought so much light to our lives and taught us so much about life and what was truly important.

Taylor loved her Mickey Mouse doll. She would go nowhere without him. Her cousin Kase gave him to her one day and she has not let him go since. She attended Westwood Elementary as a student of the PPCD Program. Taylor truly loved going to school. Taylor spent a lot of time enjoying sing-along songs and playing games on her iPad. She was always ready to get in the pool and splash around. Her favorite activity was going for walks in the neighborhood. She was always quick to tell us which way to go, when to stop and when to go. When she gave her order, you had better be moving.

Taylor’s strength and determination will be greatly missed along with her laughter and joy that she brought to us daily. Everything about her was so special and unique. We will miss seeing Taylor and Levi growing closer as brother and sister over the years and building the bonds that Taylor held so strong with her Dad and especially her Mom.

Taylor is preceded in death by: James L. Kinsey (Papaw), Ruby Kinsey (Memaw), James W. Mardis (Grandpa), Max Weatherford (Papa), and Myrna Callaway (Memaw).

Left to cherish Taylor’s memory are her loving and devoted mom and dad, Nicole and Beau Kinsey; and caring older brother, Levi. Taylor also leaves behind numerous great-grandparents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins, and friends.

In addition to flowers, because Taylor loved her school so much, the family asks that if you would like to make a donation to please do so to the following: Taylor Kinsey Foundation benefitting the Friendswood ISD Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities (PPCD). Taylor Kinsey Foundation Hometown Bank 601 S Friendswood Drive Friendswood, TX 77546

A Celebration of Taylor’s life will be held Sunday, June 14, 2020 at 10 a.m. in the Chapel of Forest Park East Funeral Home located at 21620 Gulf Freeway, Webster, Texas. Immediately following she will be laid to rest at Forest Park East Cemetery. Guests are invited to wear Taylor's favorite colors pink and purple. Arrangements are under the direction of Forrest Park East Funeral Home in Friendswood, TX.

Published on June 12, 2020