In Memory

Syble Oliver (Taylor)

Syble Oliver (Taylor)

SYBLE LOUISE (OLIVER) TAYLOR

TO HONOR SYBLE, A CELEBRATION OF LIFE WILL BE HELD IN THE WEST ROOM AT THE RED BLUFF COMMUNITY CENTER (1500 S. JACKSON ST.) ON FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2022.

Please drop by between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. for this casual event that will consist of lunch and visiting. Syble passed away on December 19, 2022 from complications of back surgery.


     It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Syble Louise (Oliver) Taylor who died on December 19, 2021 from complications of back surgery. 
    She was born to Nelson "Bud" and Perry Oliver on July 28, 1944. She was born and raised in Red Bluff and graduated from Red Bluff High School in 1962. She loved keeping in touch with her high school friends. She was a great cook and was famous for her homemade kahlua and chocolate covered cherries. She was the best ever wife, mother, and grandmother. Throughout her grandchildren's lives, she played a pivotal role in their activities. 

     She is survived by her husband of 59 years, Clifford Taylor Sr., the love of her life. She is also survived by her brother, Larry Oliver, and by her children, Lana (Tim) Coenen and Clifford Taylor Jr. 
      She will be missed by her grandchildren, Courtney (Mitch) Drury, Levi Taylor, Lacey Coenen, and Caitlyn Taylor.
     A gathering to honor Syble will occur at a later time. 

Published by the Red Bluff Daily News on Dec. 28, 2021.

 



 
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12/21/21 12:08 PM #1    

Joan Cremarosa (Reynolds)

To all family members and friends of Syble. I knew her from school and she was always a kind person.

Blessing to her and to a "Bright Lite that she is guided by in Heaven".

Joanie (Cremarosa) Reynolds


















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12/21/21 06:49 PM #2    

Richard Rasmussen

I am so saddened to hear about Syble's passing.  Most of the time we were in the same class K-8 and a time or two our mothers were co-room mothers.  I was so impressed with the work she did on our reunions, especially the monumental task of finding classmates who had disappeared.  My best to her family.


12/22/21 05:43 AM #3    

Merrilee Walker (Malcomb)

I went all the way through school with Syble. We weren't close friends, however I always thought she was a kind, helpful and friendly person. Am saddend to learn of her passing. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family, friends, and fellow classmates. I remember how hard she worked on the reunion committee and it was much appreciated.

 

 


12/23/21 08:29 AM #4    

Jackie Scott (Simons)

Syble, may you rest in peace.  She was always so nice to everyone, a true friend and a loyal Red Bluff Spartan!

I wish te best for her family.

Jackie Scott-Simons 


04/14/22 08:22 AM #5    

Pat McCoy

I just got the email about the celebration of life for syble. I didn't know that she had passed away in December because for some odd reason I only get messages on the website sporadically. I also went all the way through school with Syble and remember her as a cheerful and very friendly person. I was glad to finally catch up with her at the 55th class reunion. We had a great time going through her binders with photos of classmates, beginning with elementary school through highschool. I will miss her.


04/15/22 12:59 PM #6    

Richard Rasmussen

I wish I could be with you -- Syble's family and friends -- today.  I have nothing but fond memories of her, starting in our kindergarten class.  My thoughts are with you.


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