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Frances Ann Taylor

Frances Anne Taylor of Ste. Genevieve died Saturday, December 12, 2020 at home in Ste. Genevieve. She was 69 years old.

She was born January 24, 1951 in Black Brook, New York and was married to John Taylor on May 16th, 1987. He survives her in Ste. Genevieve.

She is also survived by son, Kirt (Lynette) Lamkins of Wilmington, North Carolina; Three Daughters, Karen (Douglas) Woods of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Kathy Jo (Jay) Slater of Plattsburgh, New York, Danielle (Richard) Stone of Lyon Mountain, New York; step-son, Mark Taylor of Everett, Washington; step-daughter, Sarah (Peter) Diltz of Chicago, Illinois; two sisters, Linda (David) Toner of Plattsburgh, Elizabeth Meyer of Plattsburgh; four sister-in-laws, Sharon Ritter of Ste. Genevieve, Tammy Perkins of Dexter, Missouri, Nickie Ditch of Perryville, Missouri, Kim Brown of Cape Girardeau, Missouri; two brother-in-laws, Allan Taylor of Farmington, Missouri, Randy Taylor of Ste. Genevieve and furbaby, Babygirl, plus grandchildren Anthony, Shawn, Kera, Katie, Ashley, Kasondra, Tia, Lara, Erin Lynn, Christopher, Alexander, Megan, William, Gavin, Eli, and Asher; 20 Great-Grandchildren and one on the way.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Ardel Cobb; her father, William Cobb; brother, Robert Reynolds; sister, Mary Cobb; mother-in-law, Della Taylor; father-in-law, John Taylor; brother-in-law, Bruce Taylor.

There were no services.

Memorials can be made to Kindrid Hospice.

Frances was a technician for ham radio and her call sign was N0JKK. She was a member of New Offenburg First Baptist Church. Frances and her husband John helped many baptists churches in the area. She loved Facebook, playing games online, and diamond art.. Frances had a love for candy and had plenty hidden all over the house. She loved to paint and do crafts and had a love for horses.

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