”You’re not here
by chance, but by God’s choosing.
His hand formed you and made
you the person you are.
He compares you to no one else –
you are one of a kind.
You lack nothing that His grace
can’t give you…
He has allowed you to be here at
this time in history to fulfill His
special purpose for this generation.”
To every thing there is a season,
and a time to every purpose under
the heaven. Ecclesiastes 3:1
Martha Taylor Co-Founder of "Grandma Martha Hygiene Kits for Girls Project" Martha Taylor, age 78 of Branson, MO, passed away on November 5, 2020 due to complications associated with COVID-19 in Springfield, MO at Mercy Hospital.She was born September 13, 1942, in Excelsior Springs, MO and was daughter to Cornelius ‘Connie’ and Ruth Golden.
She married Robert ‘Bob’ Taylor on June 11, 1960, in Excelsior Springs, MO. Together they owned and operated Quality Equipment in California, MO. She also taught at Head Start, decorated cakes, offered office services, and partook in many other entrepreneurial ventures with Bob over the years. She served as cook and in other capacities at Main Street Baptist Church, then later at New Beginnings Fellowship in Hollister, MO.
She always had a passion for missions work and made trips to Haiti and locations across the United States.After retiring, she and Bob moved to Branson. She continued to use her love of sewing to design and make dresses and shorts for children that have been sent all over the world through Operation Christmas Child and other organizations. Recently, she began making feminine kits for girls in Haiti, and she sewed and gave away nearly 3,000 masks since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak this year.
She was always ready for an adventure be it travel, crafts, game nights, cookouts, camping, making birthday cakes, spending time with her grands, adopted grands, and any other family and friends. She always had a guest room available for those who needed a place to stay, and she looked forward to making dinner for anyone who had time to stop by. Martha May Taylor – Cremations of the Ozarks
By Lorrie Taylor!!
“When you live your life so well that your friends want to celebrate your birthday after you’ve gone to heaven, you’ve lived and loved well. Martha Taylor was some of God’s best work. Heaven will be sweet.“
—— Rachel Qualls
Every year grandma Martha made over 100 dresses, shorts and bags for kids around the through Samaritan’s purse. Her impact was big all over the world Because she loved big like that.