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Jeffrey Taylor

May 21, 1971 ~ October 7, 2017

Jeffrey Taylor, 46, passed away on Saturday, October 7, 2017 in Beaumont, Texas. Jeffrey was a 1989 graduate of LaGrange High School and a 1994 graduate of McNeese State University, where he earned various degrees.  He was a civilian telecommunications specialist contractor for the United States Government.  Jeffrey worked with the Defense Department and various government agencies supporting the United States interests worldwide.  He worked in numerous embassies across Europe, United Kingdom and far Eastern countries.  Jeffrey was a true American patriot behind the scenes. 

Jeffrey is survived by his wife, Kristana; two stepchildren, Cade Stephens and Aron Boyle all of Beaumont, Texas; his parents, Beverly Taylor-Ardoin (Keith) of Moss Bluff and Kenneth Wayne Taylor (Penny) of Sugar Land, Texas; his brother, Jody Heath Taylor; and his beloved dogs and best friends, Liberty, Oreo and Beezus. 

Services for Jeffrey will be held on Friday, October 13, 2017 at 10 AM at Johnson and Robison Funeral Home with Pastor Marcus Wade officiating.  Burial will follow at Crown Point Cemetery in Sulphur.  The family will receive friends on Thursday, October 12, 2017 from 4-8 PM and on Friday from 8 AM until the time of service.

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  1. We are sorry for your loss. Prayers for all the family. May God wrap his arms around you all and give you comfort.

  2. My sweet Beverly, Penny and families, I am so very sorry for your loss. I am praying for strength and peace for all of you. Jeffrey was loved so much by so many. May that love help you through this horrible tragedy. All my love.

  3. My sweet Beverly, Penny and families, I am so very sorry for your loss. I am praying for strength and peace for all of you. Jeffrey was loved so much by so many. May that love help you through this horrible tragedy. All my love.

  4. Worked some years with Jeffrey in Europe when he was usually on the road but in between assignments he'd come to the office and always made a point to say hello and chat. Hed express thanks for any support given, and then hed ask how I was doing and often shared stories of his family. Jeff was a very warm and empathetic gentleman who was respectful, kind, funny and dependable. I extend my heartfelt compassion and sympathy to his family.

  5. I happend to meet him.He was living in Bblingen,Germany. He was shopping in the grocery store im working in. Our short talks were so much fun. I gonna miss you sadly!!


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