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Joann Taylor

joann taylor

April 27, 1944 ~ November 2, 2022

Born in: Austin, Texas
Resided in: San Antonio, Texas

Joann Taylor, 78, went to be with the Lord November 2, 2022. She was born April 27, 1944 in Austin, Texas to Joseph Taylor and Esther L. Hill. Joann worked at University Hospital for over 20 years as a Central Supply Technician. She had a strong work ethic and she was blessed with a heart for loving life. She lived her life with a heart of love and Joann was loved by all who knew her.

Joann loved to dance, go on cruises and to laugh. She always stood ready to help others in their time of need.

Left to cherish her memory is her daughter, Kimberly Taylor. Sisters, Karen Lewis, Christine Bauknight, Kay Bowe and Joyce Burleson. Brother, R.J. Bauknight. Joann has two grandchildren: Gregory and Rosie. Two great-grandchildren: Kori and Raya. Both of Joann Taylor’s parents precede her in death. Two of her sisters, Sharon Bauknight and Esther Cloubou also precede Joann in death.

May GOD comfort you and may the blessed hope that is in Jesus Christ be with Ms. Taylor’s family and friends.

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  1. CandleImagePsalms 46:1 tells us that God is our refugee and strength a very present help in trouble. I worked with Joann many, many years at University Hospital and she was a beautiful person to work with. To her family: You all are in my thoughts and prayers during your time of sorrow, may God bless you all.

  2. CandleImageMay God bless the family during this time. My cousin was a beautiful woman. I remember her and my mom would always hang out together. She used to call me Junie.

  3. CandleImageGod Bless my family she was my 1st cousin .in our young age we enjoyed going out and doing things together

  4. Our big Sister, Joann; always a great sister and forever a friend. Miss you, love you and one glorious day I will see you again.Joyce.

  5. I remember Joann coming to Bastrop during the summers. Kim was a young girl at that time and Mama Hill would enjoy their company so much. Joann was always happy and kind. Rest in Honor.

    McLaughlin family.

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