Malcolm Louis Taylor

January 23, 2021

of Bartlett, TN, transitioned Saturday, January 23, 2021. Public walk-through to be held Saturday, January 30, 2021, 12:30 PM – 1:55 PM;  at Wright’s Chapel AME Church, 4591 Brunswick Road, Arlington, TN 38002. Funeral service immediately following at 2:00 PM.

In accordance with local, state and federal guidelines, face masks/coverings are required. Seating will be limited due to social distance ordinances.

9 Comments
  1. My deepest heartfelt condolences to Ada, Omega, Louise, Willa and most of all Ms Dovie, (mamma) on the passing of Louis. I remember Louis bringing his mother back and forth to Atlanta. Louis was always quiet when in a crowd, he would just listen to see what was going on.
    Love Y’all. My Blessings and Prayers to the Family.

  2. I worked with Malcolm at Shelby county Health Care. He wasn’t very talkative, but when he did say something you had to laugh. Praying God will give the Family strength and comfort.

  3. Ada please know that You are very much in our thoughts and prayers at this time of sorrow. May God continue bless you and your family. Love The Vaughns. Elbert and Stella

  4. My condolences to the family. Malcolm was always a good friend. He was a quiet but caring person.

    May God give you the peace that you seek; I will keep his family and friends in my prayers.

  5. I will truly miss Malcolm driving down Ellis Rd in his little gray truck. He would visit my house everyday and He was a good Coworker. My Prayers are with the Family.Eddie Cain and Family from Ellis Rd Community

  6. To the Family: You have our heartfelt condolences. May God comfort&strengthen each of you during this most difficult time.

    We worked with Malcolm at Shelby County Health Care Center on Mullins Station Road. He was a quiet and low key person, but he was also a fun and loving person. We all became good friends. if you made him mad, he was someone to be reckoned with. We all retired, but we kept in contact with each other. He will be truly missed. Rest peacefully our dear friend.

  7. To the Family: You have our heartfelt condolences. May God comfort&strengthen each of you during this most difficult time.

    We worked with Malcolm at Shelby County Health Care Center on Mullins Station Road. He was a quiet and low key person, but he was also a fun and loving person. We all became good friends. if you made him mad, he was someone to be reckoned with. We all retired, but we kept in contact with each other. He will be truly missed.
    Rest peacefully our dear friend.

  8. This is Jesse Hubbard aka (Junebug)I to remember Louis. I lived next door to their grandparents on Independent Rd. I would see him and others when they would come over and visit their grandparents. Yes he would help anyone in need my condolence to the family God Bless

  9. my condolence to the family and my god bless

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