Taylor O’Hair

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Thomas Taylor O’Hair

August 29, 1994 – August 8, 2018

Christ follower, brilliant engineer, adoring husband, gifted pianist, neat freak, staunch conservative and serious shoe collector.

We will gather for fellowship and remembrance from 4:00pm-6:00pm today at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. Family and friends will celebrate his life at Trinity Church, Monday August 13th at 11am. Please wear colors befitting Taylor’s bright personality.

Taylor lived a full and vivid life for almost 24 years. He had a wife of a year and a half, Rebekah, and three older siblings, Micah, Shelby and Cassidy. Taylor was blessed to have two surviving grandparents, Patsy and Doug Guinn.

His parents, Brant and Marla, request that you make donations to his high school alma mater, Trinity Christian Schools, in lieu of flowers.

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His parents, Brant and Marla, request that you make donations to his high school alma mater, Trinity Christian Schools, in lieu of flowers.

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16 thoughts on “Taylor O’Hair”

  1. There are no adequate words for me to express my sorrow for your grief during this difficult time. As I hold you in my heart I wish you strength for today and hope for tomorrow. Some people leave such a lasting impression on our hearts and we are never the same for it. How blessed we are to have had Taylor in our lives and forever in our hearts.

  2. My deepest condolences. May you feel God’s love through the many notes and words spoken.

  3. Kesha Kissinger & Taylor's Ky Family

    I had the pleasure of being able to call Taylor my nephew. He was an amazing young man that in the little time I knew him brought nothing but love and laughter. My prayers are with every one of you for peace in knowing we will be reunited again in His Kingdom.

  4. Brandt and Marla, My heart goes out to you and my prayers are with you and your family. Ramona Harwell

  5. We are praying for you. We know the Lord is your Anchor. He is your StrongTower! He is your refuge.
    Taylor was a great young man and he lived his dash well! He’was a great blessing to all who knew him.

  6. Brant, I am so incredibly sorry for your the loss of your son. No words can heal the hurt and pain you two have been through. I am so very sorry; may the God of Peace, the God of all comfort, surround you with His love and minister to you with His peace.

    In Christ,
    Michael Walton

  7. There are no words to express my sorrow and loss at Taylor’s much-to-early home-going. He, as well as your whole family, have long been very special to me. I will miss his texts and updates, his loves and accolades. I am so grateful to have gotten to teach this amazing young man.

  8. Fell in love with the cutest little guy ever when he and Shelby started to pre school together at Trinity. It was a joy watching him grow into a fine young man. So proud of the many honors and
    accomplishments he earned. My final goodbye to Taylor breaks my heart even though I know all is well with him. I hold his loving family close in my heart and in my prayers.

  9. Olivia wooldridge

    I’m so sorry for your loss to the ohair family and my cousin rebekah I love you dearly and I’m so sorry for your loss

  10. Words can’t express… The last time I saw Taylor, he was a wonderful little kid with a great spark. It seems he had grown into a remarkable man. I ache for all of you.

  11. Shannon and Leigh Bolt

    Brant and Marla , we are so sorry for your loss. We pray God’s peace and comfort over your family.

  12. My heart breaks for all of you. Brant, Marla and Micah have become my family through work and I feel so blessed to have met you all. Taylor was so amazing and I am sad he is no longer physically here, but he will always be in your hearts and he is dancing in heaven where he is truly home and at peace away from this world. He will be truly missed. Prayers to Rebekah as well!

  13. My heart is with you all. Sending you love, comfort, and strength. Taylor’s light will continue to shine through everyone who was lucky enough to have known and loved him.

  14. A heavy heart here for your family as you celebrate his life and his new beginning. I pray for the families and his immediate family for strength during this tragic time.

  15. My deepest sympathies to our family in Texas. I can’t imagine what you’re going through, and I’m so sorry you have to endure it. Taylor was an amazing guy. The last time we were together we had a long conversation about movies, music, and religion. He taught me a lot. He’ll always hold a special place in our hearts, and our thoughts will always be with you.

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