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Korean War Vet Frank Harold Taylor, 80, Dies

Memorial services for Mr. Taylor are planned for a later date in Shattuck, OK.

Frank Harold Taylor, 80 of Dallas, passed away on Saturday, Dec. 28, at Floyd Medical Center in Rome, GA.

Mr. Taylor was born on August 27, 1933 in Aulmsville, OR, the son of the late Felix Tylor and the late Orpha Shellenberger Taylor. He was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and proudly served during the Korean Conflict. Mr. Taylor worked as an electrician with the Proctor and Gamble Co. and was of the Christian faith. He loved Chevy Corvettes, reading, watching old movies, and riding motorcycles. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his sister, Rosie Taylor Almeyda and his brother, Eddie Taylor.

Mr. Taylor is survived by his daughter, Lei Ann Law and her husband, Rick of Dallas; three granddaughters, Nicole Sanders of Dallas, Kayla Burton and her husband, Jimmy of Acworth, and Katelyn Law of Dallas; two grandsons, Jeff Hadley and Brett Law, both of Woodstock; four great grandchildren, Sammy Sanders, Alyssa Law, Azlynn Hadley, and Carter Cox; sister, Mary Ellen Hernandez and her husband, Arthur of Wilmington, CA; three brothers, Jimmy Taylor and his wife, Renee, Tony Taylor, and Michael Taylor, all of Oklahoma; and several nieces and nephews.

Memorial services for Mr. Taylor are planned for a later date in Shattuck, OK.

Please visit www.jeffeberhartfuneralhome.com to sign the online guestbook and to express your condolences to the Taylor family.

The Jeff Eberhart Funeral Home is in charge of the memorial arrangements for Frank Harold Taylor.

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