Melody L. Taylor

Born: Mon., Dec. 31, 1962
Died: Wed., May 26, 2021

No services to be held

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Melody Lyn Taylor, age 58, of Pearl, IL passed away on Wednesday, May 26, 2021 at her home.  She was born on December 31, 1962 in Carrollton, IL to Lynn LeRoy and Bobbie Lemons Braden.

Melody attended school in Pearl and Milton and later obtained her GED.  She worked various jobs in her lifetime including EMI, Louisiana Plastics, and even owned a mom and pop shop with her daughter, Bobbie.  Melody loved to do crafts and was very talented and artistic.  She enjoyed fishing and loved to dance and listen to music, especially old country and gospel.  She was of Christian faith and attended church in earlier years and she also dearly cared for her pets.  Melody was a very free-spirited, colorful, and opinionated woman who was fiercely loyal.  

She is survived by her mother, Bobbie Braden of Milton, IL; son, Charles Miguel Dominguez of Pearl, IL; three daughters, Bobbie Lynne Crawford of Pearl, IL, Meggan (Robert) Lemerande of Pearl, IL, and Jessica (Sam) Callahan of Pittsfield, IL; twenty-one grandchildren and seventeen great grandchildren with one on the way; sister, Melinda Mellor of Milton, IL; aunts and uncle, Richard (Elizabeth) Lemons, Mary Jean Maberry, and Lois Hunnicut; and three nieces, Cassandra (Allen) Biron, Brittany Mellor, and Jamie (Steve) Mellor.

She was preceded in death by her father, Lynn LeRoy Braden; grandparents, Delbert and Leone Ottwell, and Goldie and Lynn Braden; and aunts and uncles, Barbara Jean Braden, Neil Braden, Billy Braden, Bill Hunnicut, Jim Lemons, Robert Lee Lemons.

No services will be held at this time and cremation rites have been accorded.  Memorials are suggested to be made to the family c/o Niebur Funeral Home.  Online condolences may be left to the family at  Niebur Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.

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Noreene Ottwell
   Posted Fri May 28, 2021
Melody was a good friend of mine and sister in law and and she will be missed very much so in mine and my daughter's life prayers for family and friends

Don & Norma Guthrie
   Posted Sat May 29, 2021
Bobbe- Sending our sincere sympathy in your loss. Keeping you in our thoughts & prayers.

Jeanette Alfred / Lemons
   Posted Wed June 02, 2021
The first time I met you and all of my cousins in 1974, you stood out as my favorite. I remember you and I forging an instant bond. I was also drawn to your mom, my Aunt Bobbie, with who I stayed in touch over the many years up until now.
You and I lost touch over the years but I never forgot the time we spent together that summer in 1974 when I came to visit the US.
Melody, I hope you will find peace in your new journey after life. You will be missed by many. Goodbye, cousin!

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