Davy Joe Taylor
Davy Joe Taylor went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, February 15, 2020.
Service is 2 p.m. Saturday, February 22, at Community Church of PK with burial following at McAdams Cemetery. Visitation is 6-8 p.m. Friday at Baum-Carlock-Bumgardner Funeral Home Annex. Pallbearers are Kaleb Smith, Ransom Logan, Martin Collins, Steve Pruyn, Taylor King, Arron Ince, Cody McCoy, and Robert Humphreys.
He was born May 26, 1939, to George and Belva Bruton Taylor in Hollis, Oklahoma, and grew up in Earth, Texas. Davy was a farmer when he met and married Nancy Searcy Martin on August 21, 1976. They bought the Trading Post on Possum Kingdom Lake and owned it for 27 years.
Survivors include his wife, Nancy Taylor, of Possum Kingdom; daughters, Monica Deann Logan, of Mineral Wells, Dayna Dale Coston and husband, David of Possum Kingdom, and Kimberly Joy Miller, of Mineral Wells; foster son, Rusty Garvin, of Holly Lake Ranch; grandchildren, Megan White, Chelsie McCoy, Kara Smith, Taylor Logan, Kaleb Smith, Ransom Logan, Preston Garvin and Kendall Garvin; step-granddaughters, Ashley Daniel and Megan Coston; 14 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
His parents and brother, Jerle Dee Taylor, preceded him in death. He will be missed by all who knew and loved him.
Baum-Carlock-Bumgardner Funeral Home
Published on February 18, 2020


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Ella Hood
Feb 20, 2020
Many thoughts and prayers are of you and family, Nancy.
Ella Hood
Lisa McDaniel Polley
Feb 19, 2020
Nancy, I am so sorry for your loss and heartache you are going through.
Davy was such a great guy with a sense of humor not many can match. He was also a true friend to many. I will always remember him andthe domino games, we all played, the jokes between him and my mother, the football parties. Davy knew how to live life.
I'm sorry I can't make it up there to tell him goodbye, but will come see you as soon as things improve here.
Rest easy Davy Joe.