Retha Maxine Taylor

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Retha Maxine Taylor, 91 died February 12, 2022, in Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Maxine was born March 10, 1930, to the late Amon and Eva Elizabeth Taylor in Stearns, Kentucky. She was a member of Lexington Avenue Baptist Church. Maxine retired from the Kentucky and Tennessee public school system. In Addition to her parents, she is predeceased by two sisters Evelyn Taylor (Morris)Rowe and Fayrene Taylor (Calvin)Bridges. She is survived by a special nephew Gordon (Lois) Rowe of Cleveland, Tennessee; Four Great Nephews Nathan Taylor Rowe of Charleston, South Carolina and Kelton David Rowe of Chattanooga, Tennessee. Greg Earps of Athens, Tennessee and Brandon Deering of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and five grand-Nieces and Nephews Maddison Rowe, Ashley Drew Rowe, and Jill Taylor Rowe of Chattanooga, Tennessee. Nicholas Earps and Braden Earps of Athens, Tennessee. Visitation will be 4 pm – 7pm Wednesday, February 16, 2022, at Stith Funeral home in Danville. Funeral Service will be 1 pm on Thursday, February 17,2022 at Lexington Avenue Baptist Church. The online guestbook and our hugs from home program are available at Visitation: 4 pm to 7pm Wednesday, February 16,2022 Funeral: 1 pm Thursday, February 17,2022 Burial: Bellevue Cemetery

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  1. I loved Ms Taylor!! I am 59 years old and have wonderful memories of her as my first grade teacher and Sunday school teacher. She was a family friend and I remember going to her house with Mrs Eva and playing with porcelain dolls. ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  2. Loved Maxine . She was my 1st grade teacher at Stearns Elementry in Stearns , Ky. Maxine was a beautiful lady inside and out.

  3. She was my first grade teacher at Stearns Elementary. She was adored and loved by everyone. Truly a classy lady. My condolences to the family.

  4. Max was such a kind person her laugh could put a smile on anyones face she will definitely be missed by many love and prayers for her family

  5. Prayers for you and your family. I met Miss Maxine at McDowell Place of Danville. She was always so kind and gentle. Wilma Lay Linton

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