We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Ashley Valley Funeral Home
Our beloved son, brother, grandson, cousin and friend, Brady Andrew McDonald Taylor, passed away in his sleep the morning of July 8th leaving behind a hole in our hearts.
Brady was born Nov 22, 1987 in Salt Lake City. The son of Allen and Shelly Taylor and loving brother Hunter.
Brady attended Jordan Valley School and was in the first graduating class of Kari Sue Hamilton. He looked forward to every day he was able to go to North Eastern Services day program in Vernal and made many friends there. He enjoyed spending time out in the community with them.
Brady was the heart and soul of his family, bringing joy to all those he encountered. Although he had his physical limitations, he never let that diminish his smile. Our family motto was, "if Brady cant go than we won't go" and that motto took him on many adventures. From coast to coast and in between. His favorite being the cabin in Tabionia, Utah where he had just celebrated the 4th of July with family and friends.
Brady is survived by his parents, brother, grandparents Craig and Lana Goodrich, Grandmother Gayle Taylor. Aunts Jodi McDonald, Jean Marie (Ben) Lozano, Lorna (Chuck) Gwilliam, Sandra (Chris) Thompson and Uncle Roe (Marcy) McDonald and many cousins, family and friends who adored him. He was preceded by his grandfather's Brent McDonald and Richard Taylor and his guide into his next adventure his cousin Benny Lozano.
We would like to express our gratitude to those who have loved and included Brady in their lives and especially to Cydnee McDonald, his cousin, who has been a tremendous help to the family and his daily needs.
In lieu of flowers please pay it forward to someone in Brady's name.
Funeral services will be held Thursday 11:00AM at the Phillips Ashley Valley Funeral Home. A viewing for family and friends will be held Wednesday evening from 6-8PM and Thursday 9:45-10:45AM all at the Phillips Ashley Valley Funeral Home.