Wayne, So sorry for your loss. We lost our son in 1992 to Leukemia. My heart aches for you and your family. You are in our thoughts and Prayers.
lived next door to Taylor/Brittney/Tanner/Chesnee on Richwood Drive/Greenville from from 2009 - 2014. my 3 young children would knock on the Brown's door unannounced all the time - both Taylor and Brittney were always caring and hospitable to them. my wife/I would enjoy many Sunday afternoon/evening conservations with Taylor/Brittney. RIP.
I am very sorry for the loss of a great human being. I had the pleasure of meeting the Brown Family for almost 9 years and in the last year taking care of and helping Mr. Taylor every afternoon. It was very fun for me to spend so many hours with Mr. Taylor and his family. He taught me many things that I will always remember and carry in my heart. Her favorite phrase was to say for the laugh Jenny no comprende. How he laughed saying that to the children. You will always be in my heart, Mr. Taylor. Fly very high mi amigo and please continue to take care of your children and all of us. Rest in Peace
We love you.
Neely and Abigail Junker Schatz
Thoughts and prayers to Taylor and his immediate family. He fought this horrible disease with courage, honor, grace, and humor. We should all use him as a positive example when things don’t go as planned.
Rest in peace, my friend.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Deep heartfelt sympathy and condolences. May memories cushion your pain during this difficult time and provide comfort in the future. Blessings to the entire family.
I am so sorry for the family and sending prayers and hugs. Brittney I am here for you if you need anything.
Brittney, Tanner and Presley...you are very much in our thoughts and prayers. May God continue to provide the strength you need and hope for the future. Jeremiah 29:11
Buck and Beth, We are broken hearted for you. We love you!Bonnie and Ronnie
Peaceful Garden Planter was purchased for the family of Taylor Brown by Bonnie and Ronnie. Send Flowers
Wonderful picture of Taylor celebrating his birthday in 2021.
We had the pleasure of knowing Taylor through our shared love of running. Taylor always gave his all when running. His hard work, determination, and grit were an inspiration to all of us fellow runners. Taylor was a pleasure to be around. His humor, quick wit, and wisdom always made our long runs a joy and the time go by in what seemed to be an instant. We have many fond memories of Taylor. His fighting spirit, love of life, and positive disposition will be dearly missed.
Our sincere condolences to Brittney, Tanner, and Presley.
Run on Taylor and Godspeed!
We had the pleasure of knowing Taylor as he grew up in Northeast Columbia. We were next door neighbors in Spring Valley for many years. Taylor and his brother Wes, and our boys Bryan & Kevin. Taylor and Bryan were in the same grade and shared many memories as boys growing up. Taylor fished with us on Lake Murray. With a borrowed shotgun Taylor joined us in Fairfield County where he took his first whitetail deer. Taylor and Bryan ran cross country together at Spring Valley High School. Taylor was also very active in Boy Scouts, he, Bryan, and David Cook were all in the same scout troop. We camped and kayaked numerous times around South Carolina.
Taylor was kind, inquisitive, and funny. He was the neighbor boy who we could always trust to do the right thing. We are happy to have known him. His journey in this life has ended, he is now at peace with our savior, and his beloved brother Wes.
Brittney, Please know I will keep you, your children, and your family in my prayers. May memories of love and laughter bolster you in the weeks ahead. May God’s ‘unexplainable peace’ and comfort fill and strengthen you on this journey. All my love, Hutto
In memory of Taylor Scott Brown, Linda Bridges lit a candle
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.