Tyson L. Taylor
Resting in Peace. Forever loved and deeply missed.
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Tyson L. Taylor was born on June 26, 1975, to William Taylor and Rebecca James. He was a longtime resident of Baldwin County.
Tyson was educated in the public schools of Baldwin County, AL. He ran track and field for Baldwin County High School. He was a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. He obtained a Bachelors degree from American Military University in Cyber Security. He received his security certifications in Certified Protection Professional in addition to his bachelors degree.
He was a light-hearted person who loved his family. People enjoyed his jovial spirit and recognized that he did not “color in the lines” of normal, everyday life. He worked hard and believed in the benefits of a good educational foundation.
He wed Monica English in May 1997, and from this union had 3 children. He provided for his family through honest, hard-working means as a Corrections Officer at the Baldwin County Sheriff's Department until his health declined. He found a comfortable place in the arms of his relationship with his close friends and family, children and grandchild. Oftentimes he would put in a request to his children for MORE grandchildren. But those requests jokingly fell on deaf ears.
On February 7, 2023, he traded his earthly home for eternal rest. He was preceded in death by his brother: Maurice Taylor and maternal grandmother: Ellen Louise James McCall.
He is survived by: His parents: Rebecca James, of Mobile, AL, and William (Regina) Taylor of Bay Minette AL; four children, Tyral English and Diamond Taylor of Clarksville, TN, Tyrese Taylor and Peyton Faulkner of Bay Minette, AL; his paternal grandmother: Miriam Taylor of Bay Minette, AL; one grandchild, Haven English aka “Pop Pop’s Baby;” his siblings: Harold Perkins and Alexis James of Mobile, AL, William (Temika) Taylor of Clarksville, TN. Alexandria Taylor (Terry Jones) of Bay Minette, AL and Robbie James of Atlanta, GA; a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, other loved relatives and many friends who will all miss him.