Obituary of Chloe C. Gibson Taylor - Cooper
Chloe Cheyanne Taylor-Cooper passed away March 7, 2018. She was born May 20, 1992 to Michael
Taylor and Mary Rebecca Taylor-Vorhees in Indianapolis, Indiana. Chloe enjoyed softball, fishing, shopping, spending time with friends and family, fashion, talking on the phone, Facebooking, and FaceTiming. She had a bubbly personality and knew no strangers. Chloe loved animals and aspired to be a veterinarian. She loved everyone especially her babies. Chloe is survived by her husband, Brandon Cooper; daughter, Sunni Maree Moody; son, Legend Gibson Taylor; step daughter, Braelynn Cooper; father, Michael (Taylor) Taylor; sister, Amber Thompson; grandfathers, Steven (Shirley) Taylor, Buddy Gibson (Brenda) and Henry Pitman Jr (Virginia) grandmothers, Peggy Taylor and Janie Gibson; great grandfather Henry R. (Wanda) Pitman Sr Aunts, Beth Stanton (Cory); uncles, Daniel Lawson(Gena), Mathew Gibson (Jocelyn)and uncle Butterrbean; niece, Selena Garcia; nephews, Blake Thompson and Aiden Thompson; sister in law, Ashly Boggs; and mother in law Patrica Cooper. She was preceded in death by her mother, Mary Rebecca Taylor-Vorhees; and brother, Andrew Michael Gibson Taylor
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