In Memory of

Paula

Beth

Taylor

Obituary for Paula Beth Taylor

Paula Beth Blanton Taylor, age 40, passed away on Wednesday, January 5, 2022, at Baptist Health in Richmond, Kentucky. Paula was born in Pineville, Kentucky to Paul and Judy Ann Lipps Blanton.

In addition to her parents, Paula is survived by her loving husband, Jerad Taylor; her brother, Aaron Blanton; her second parents, Scott K. and Carla Taylor; her little sis, Lauren Jones and her little bro, Cody Jones; her aunts and uncles: Janice Blevins, Margie Sandusky, Lucy Cummins, Kathy Lipps, Marsh and Geneva Blanton, Doris and Chad Blanton, and Marie Onkst; a special uncle, Greg Harrison; her papaw by marriage; Ray Harrison; her best friends, Jamie Lee and Kristy Newell; a host of cousins; her beloved dogs, Lincoln and Sebastian; and others who had the privilege to love her.

Paula was a light to everyone who knew her. She will be remembered as someone who loved doing for others and for loving the people in her life. She enjoyed doing yardwork, trips to the beach, and family gatherings. She adored her husband and loved spending time with him, whether they were traveling or working outside together. Paula was a member of Crestview Holy Sanctuary and truly loved her church.

Visitation will take place Tuesday, January 11, 2022, from 6pm-9pm at Crestview Holy Sanctuary. Services will be Wednesday, January 12, 2022, at 11am at Crestview Holy Sanctuary. Burial will follow after the service at Madison County Memorial Gardens. Bro. Kevin Newell, Bro. Anthony Lee, Bro. Jerry McKinley Holland, and Bro. Charlie Napier will be officiating. Pallbearers will be Aaron Blanton, Cody Jones, Patrick Lipps, Jordan Lipps, Patrick Blanton, Caleb Alexander, Shane Blanton and Kenny Sandusky. Honorary Pallbearers will be Elisha Blanton, Shawn McGuire, Achee Eads, Joel Onkst, Richard Onkst, Adam Blanton, Kevin Blanton, Tim Alexander, Jason Neal, Jim Lamb and Kevin Newell.

Services will be lived streamed. Lakes Funeral Home is handling arrangements.

The family has requested that facial coverings are worn for visitation and the service.