Bonnie Joyce Hollon-Taylor, 70, of New Franklin died May 7, 2019, at University Hospital in Columbia.

Bonnie was born Aug. 16, 1948, in Columbia, a daughter of Charles and Mildred Browning Hollon. She grew up in Rocheport and graduated from New Franklin High School. On Oct. 15, 1999, she married Roger Taylor at Grace Fellowship Church in rural Fayette. Roger survives at their home.

Mrs. Taylor was a hair-dresser and had been employed with JCPenney Hair Salon, Westport Hair Connection and All About U, all in Columbia. She attended First Baptist Church in New Franklin. Bonnie and Roger enjoyed traveling in Missouri to attend fall craft festivals. Bonnie enjoyed nature and especially watching the hummingbirds returning in the spring. She was especially dedicated in caring for her mother, Mildred.

Bonnie is lovingly remembered by her husband, Roger Taylor, and her mother, Mildred Hollon, both of New Franklin. Also surviving is a brother, Jack Hollon, and his wife, Virginia, of Stett, Missouri; an aunt, Alice Browning of Boonville; a nephew, Clay Hollon, and wife, Tawnya; a niece, Gena Boling, and husband, Brad; two great-nieces, Allie and Cayley Hollon; two great-nephews, Ian Hollon and Noah Boling; and several cousins. She was preceded in death by her father, Charles Hollon.

A memorial visitation will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, May 17, 2019, at Markland-Yager Funeral Home in New Franklin. Bonnie will be buried at a later date next to her father at Sulphur Springs Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to New Franklin Cares Food Pantry or Columbia Second Chance Animal Shelter.

Condolences may be shared at www.marklandyager.com.

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