|Unity Funeral Home Inc.
|105 W. Transitioned hampshire ave. * deland, fl
|Sis. Juniel Gillins Reed
Sis. Juniel was born March 23, 2017 to
Mr. Preston and Everdell Tyler Reed.
At an early age, she joined Bushy Pond Baptist Church.
Later, she joined Jethro First Baptist Church, where
she served on the choir and was the Director of Red
Circle Pulpit Board, President of Sr. choir
President of Home Missions
President of Sunshine Band
Attended Bettis Jr. College
Substitute teacher – Volusia & Putnam County Schools
Shenkia Court no. 172
Secretary, Eastern Star Associate Matron,
Former member of Flossie Hopkins Mann Chapter Order of Eastern Star in Crescent City, FL.
A TIME TO LOVE
At an early age, Sis. Juniel married Mr. James Gillins
and 3 children were formed from this union, Isiah Edwell
Gillins, Ronald Wendell Gillins, and Nina M. Gillins.
Sis. Juniel entered into eternal rest on March 27, 2017.
She is preceded in death by her parents;
brother, Lenard Reed; god sister, Earnestine Tramel.
She leaves to cherish her precious memories, her loving and devoted children, Isiah Edwell, Ronald Wendell,
and Nina Marie Gillins, and Anthony Hightower; godchildren, Rev. Adrian and Erie Washington, Dollie Bush,
Jerry D. Hardy and Wayne Whipple; 13 Grandchildren, 4 Great-Grandchildren; brothers, James (Emma) and
Herbert Reed; sister, Elizabeth Reed; long time friends, Jewell Kelly, Annie Crowder, Edna Mae Mason,
Sherry James, Annie McElvin and Shirley Dudley a host of loving nieces, nephews, cousins, church family,
friends to cherish her memories.
Celebration of Life: 11 am Saturday, April 8, 2017
Mt Tabor First Baptist Church (South Campus)
608 Randolph Street, Crescent City, FL.
Rev. Karl N. Flagg, Pastor
Visitation and Wake: 6-8pm Friday, April 7, 2017
Jethro First Baptist Church
101 Cedar Street. Crescent City, FL.
Rev. Adrian B. Washington, Sr., Pastor
Interment: Evergreen: Evergreen Cemetery * Crescent City, Florida
The Beautiful Life and Legacy of
Frances Virginia Taylor
A Time to be Born --- Ecclesiastes 3:2
Frances V. Taylor was born on Sunday, April 15, 1939 to the late
Clinton and Evelyn Bryant in Elizabeth City, North Carolina.
A Time to Live--- Isaiah 38:16
Frances moved to Florida and graduated from Southwestern High School in DeLand, FL. She married Thomas James Taylor, who
preceded her in death. Together they reared twelve (12) beautiful children. She was a housewife and homemaker for most of her
adult life, and later worked at Deval Home as a grandparent for disabled children.
She was a dedicated member of Greater Bethlehem Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Dr. Wendell Raulerson, Sr.
A Time to Die --- Ecclesiastes 3:2
Frances departed this earth and went home to be with the Lord on
Wednesday, March 29, 2017. She was preceded by her parents, 4 of her children, Leon, Marvin, Lonnie and Myra; brother, Jesse
James and sister Lydia Leggett.
A Time to Mourn --- Ecclesiastes 3:4
She leaves behind 8 children to cherish her memories, Deborah Taylor (Mike), Thomas Taylor, Jr. (Susan), Mary Britt (Leo), Jerusha
Edwards (Theo), Aderine Smith (Cleveland), Rhonda Howard (Darrell), Bridget Montgomery, and Fred Taylor (Emiley); brother,
Herman Bryant (Beverly); sister Lucille Bright; 42 grandchildren, 60 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren; and a host
of nieces, nephews, cousins other loving relatives and friends
Celebration of Life: 3pm Saturday, April 8, 2017
Mt. Calvary Freewill Baptist Church
710 West Cincinnati Ave * DeLand, FL.
Pastor Terry L. Brown, Pastor
Dr. Wendell Raulerson, Sr., Officiating
Interment: Union Cemetery * W. Euclid Ave.DeLand, FL.
Visitation: 4-7pm Friday, April 7, 2017 ~ ADJ Unity FH