Billy C. TaylorI am a Veteran.

of Kerrville, TX

April 20, 1946 - April 18, 2024

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Billy C. Taylor, 77, of Kerrville, passed away Thursday, April 18, 2024, in Kerrville. He was born April 20, 1946, in Phoenix, Arizona to George Matthew Taylor and Bobbie Louise (Smith) Taylor. He married Jennie B. (Ingram) Taylor, who survives him.

Billy retired from the Navy after 23 years of service.

Viewing will begin at 12 Noon, Friday, April 26, 2024 at Grimes Funeral Chapels.

Graveside services will be held privately.

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5 Condolence(s)
Kelly and Maydell Lewis
Kerrville, TX
Friday, April 26, 2024

Jennie & family:

My first conversation with Billy I knew I wanted to talk to him again. Of course our Navy connection had my interest, but his gentle, kind nature was a fast-track to my heart.
I regret not acting on my instant sense that Billy was a friend suffering from the terrible disease that too many of our loved ones are dealing with today.

I know this road has been difficult for you and your family. Maydell and I keep you in our thoughts daily.
Kelly & Maydell

Sandra Waddle
Willis, TX
Wednesday, April 24, 2024

I send my sincerest sympathy to all the loved ones

Connie Moore
Plano, TX
Monday, April 22, 2024

Billy was a kind and gentle man with a sweet nature that drew children to him. Our family has only known him for the last 20 years, but it has been a wonderful time of togetherness. We send our love and blessings to Jennie, Janet, and Matthew who have made our lives richer.

May he rest in peace,

Connie Moore

Kay Dimitri
Georgetown, TX
Sunday, April 21, 2024

Billy was a sweet, kind, helpful and humble man. A wonderful Uncle to my kids and he will always be remembered for that. He loved his wife and children dearly and it showed.
To Jennie, Janet & Matthew, you are in our thoughts and prayers.
KK & Tony

Jeanie Archer Webb
Houston, TX
Saturday, April 20, 2024

Dear Jennie Bell,
I’m so sorry that you have lost Billy. I know he was your love and rock. And I’m sure you meant everything to him. It will be a great loss for you, and we know that, unfortunately, if we live long enough, life becomes about loss. The Ingrams, Taylors, and Archers have many connections. At Tivy Elementary my mother, Donnie Archer, was your teacher and influencer. At Tivy High School your sister Judy became my close and lifelong friend. You told me that Billy worked for my father, Haskell Archer. In “retirement,” in Kerrville you and I also made another connection that lasts to this day. And I see that Billy will be buried in the Center Point Cemetery, where my grandparents and other relatives are buried. All this just to say that as life passes, life and connections go on and on in the memories or those still living — just as Billy’s life continues in the memories of those who love and survive him. Your friend, Jeanie