Terrionna Tuesday Elaine Taylor, 22, French LickJuly 2, 2019
Terrionna Tuesday Elaine Taylor, 22, of French Lick, entered into eternal rest on Thursday, June 27, 2019, at University of Louisville Hospital.
She was born in Paoli on September 4, 1996, to Terry Dickerson and Mindy Weaver. Terrionna married Delain Taylor on February 13, 2017.
She was preceded in death by her Maternal Grandparents, Charlie and Brenda Weaver; Paternal Grandparents, Thomas and Bobbi Dickerson; andone Sister, Melissa Dickerson.
Terrionna attended West Baden Springs First Baptist Church and Beechwood Christian Church.
She enjoyed cooking, music, singing, writing poetry, dancing, and photography. Also, she spent her time helping others in the Home Healthcare business.
Terrionna is survived by her husband, Delain Taylor, French Lick; her mother, Mindy Weaver (Ralph Hobson); her father, Terry Dickerson; two sons, Decodifer Taylor and Delarno Taylor, both of French Lick; seven brothers, Terry Dickerson Jr., Tylant Dickerson, T.J. Weaver, Tyme Dickerson, Kegan, Tre Michael and Trenity Scheetz; and seven sisters, Teairra, Kendey, Brittany, Serenity, Davionna, Tieraney and Cora.
A Graveside Ceremony will be conducted by Rev. Ashley Clarke on Wednesday, July 3, 2019, at 2 p.m. at Mount Lebanon Cemetery in French Lick.
Arrangements are in the care of Brosmer-Kemple Funeral Service in French Lick.
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