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Taylor Lynn Smith

October 26, 1993 — January 29, 2023

Edmond

Taylor Lynn Smith born October 26, 1993 (29 years old), beloved son, brother, uncle, cousin, and friend left this life in Oklahoma City on January 29, 2023.

Those that went before him are his grandparents David Lynn Smith, Papa and Nana (Thomas  and Sandra Massey), cousin Caylee Massey, and uncle John Massey. He is survived by his mother and father Stephanie and Bryan Smith, his younger brother Jacob Smith and niece Hazel Grace Smith, his older sister Christian Kline and brother-in-law Jeff Kline and niece Ruby Adeline Kline. He is also survived by his grandparents GaGa and Pop (Marsha and Frank Davidson); uncle Brett and aunt Melissa Smith; cousin Ashley and Jordan Edwards; cousin Brennan and Chloe Smith; aunt Minette Langston; aunt Shari and uncle Jeff Dunsworth; aunt Leesa Norman; cousins Kooper Herndon, Kennedy Herndon, Trey Flatt, and Raelynn Flatt; uncle Tim and aunt Tiffany Tabor; and cousins Jessica, David and Scott McKee, and cousins Ryne and Emma Tabor; cousins Courtney and David White and Kaizley Becker and Kayden White; and cousin Caleb Massey.

Taylor was full of vibrant energy and knew how to make anyone smile. He found so much joy in his passion for growing marijuana and fungi. He loved to develop different strains, clones, and explore the different ways that one could grow in the industry. Taylor loved his best buddy Paco, loved to explore nature with him. His puppy siblings, Jedediah and Charlie Smith, brought him lots of laughs. You could also find him enjoying festivals, concerts, and any event that made his spirit feel free. Video games, junking, fishing, and taking nature walks brought him lots of comfort. He had an exotic palette and was always up for trying new and strange foods or a new food challenge.

He loved to help anyone and was the most non-judgmental soul that you could ever meet. He loved to make everyone he met laugh with his comedic banter, give giant bear hugs, and would always be available to listen to friends.

Since Taylor always loved to help others, in lieu of flowers we ask that you donate to The Lost Voices of Fentanyl (Lvof.org), which is an organization dedicated to education, public awareness, and prevention of fentanyl poisoning.

Our family thanks everyone for all the support, and for celebrating our beloved Taylz.

To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Taylor Lynn Smith, please visit our flower store.

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