Linda Faye Taylor, 62, beloved mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, aunt, and cousin who resided in South Bend, Indiana was called home to be with the lord at 8:34 pm on Thursday, December 16, 2021, at I.U. Health System in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Linda was born on July 8, 1959, in Forrest City, Arkansas to Daisy Winborn and A.D. Ursery. She was raised in South Bend, Indiana by her loving mother, Daisy, and late stepfather, Russell Winborn.
She graduated from Washington High School in 1977, and shortly entered the workforce at Wells Electronics that same year. After more than 20 years at Wells Electronics, the company shut down, she then went on to work at AM General in 2002 until her passing.
Linda was a very fashionable woman whose presence was known as soon as she entered the room. She loved to shop and have fun with family and friends. She also had a distinct laugh that would bring joy and laughter to anyone within earshot. If you knew Linda, then you know she loved her family more than anything. She was the true definition of “it takes a village”. Her love for her grandchildren was unmatched, she would, and did, do anything for them.
She leaves to cherish her memories her loving mother, Daisy Winborn; one daughter, Amanda C. Bridges of South Bend, Indiana; one son, Terry M. Taylor of Indianapolis, Indiana; four granddaughters: Telasia Taylor, Terrizha Agnew, T’Kia Taylor, and Taniyra Taylor; one grandson, Qhai Malomboza; and one great-granddaughter, Truth Agnew, all of South Bend, Indiana; six brothers: David (Ti fany) Winborn, Kevin (Jeanie) Winborn all of South Bend, Indiana, Sylvester Patterson, Wayne Ursery, Shawn (Michelle) Ursery all of Detroit, Michigan, and Russell Winborn Jr. of Baltimore, Maryland; three sisters: Veronica Taylor of South Bend, Indiana, Sharon Dale of Madison, Arkansas, and Rochelle Wortham of Baltimore, Maryland; along with a host of nieces and nephews, extended family, and friends.
She was preceded in death by her loving father, A.D. Ursery; stepfather, Russell Winborn; two brothers: Anthony (A.D.) Taylor and Andy Ursery; maternal grandparents, Richard and Daisy Taylor; and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Ursery.
Linda will truly be missed but will live on forever in our hearts. This is not a “goodbye”, but a “see you later”.