Clois Jr.’s Obituary
Clois Elbert Taylor Jr. was born on February 1 st , 1966 at Dameron Hospital in Stockton, California to his parents, the Late Clois Elbert Taylor Sr. and Catherine Taylor Huffman. He’s the second and youngest child. Clois Jr. attended Garfield Elementary, Martin Luther King Elementary, Fremont Junior High schools and graduated from Amos Alanzo Stagg High School in 1984. Clois Jr. played basketball in high school and his friends nicknamed him “Box”. Clois Jr. attended Delta college and Humphrey Business college. Clois Jr. worked as a Paramedic, an Electrician and his last job was as a Forklift driver, which he left due to having to go on medical disability. Clois Jr.’s hobbies were to draw, sketch and most of all, cook. He made great
gumbo! Clois Jr. accepted Christ and was baptized at an early age when he attended Greater Fellowship Church of God in Christ. (Pastor, Supt. W.B. Walker).
In his adult life, Clois Jr. attended Greater Maranatha Church of God in Christ (Pastor Dr. Terrance L. Saffold Sr.). Clois Jr. became a father at a young age to his only child, his son Jonathon Taylor on July 15 th , 1985. Everyone knows that Clois Jr. loved his mother and was a mama’s boy….he knew it too! Whenever she would get upset with him, his famous comment to her was, “Aah mom, you know I’m your baby.” Clois Jr. was a fun-loving person. Everyone enjoyed his company and he was a very easy-going guy. Clois Jr. LOVED his family and close friends, we all LOVED him back and will miss him in a great way. Clois Jr. was preceded in death by his father, Clois Sr. Clois Jr. left us with fond memories to go home on Saturday, November 7 th , 2020 and he leaves to cherish him, his mother, Catherine (Arthur) Huffman of Stockton, California, his son, Jonathon Taylor of San Jose, California, his sister, Michon (Carl) Montgomery of Grand Prairie, Texas, his nieces, Taylor and Sydney Montgomery of Dallas, Texas, many aunts and uncles, a host of cousins and many good friends.
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