Posted: December 24th, 2013

1991-2013 “To remember is to love and celebrate the life of our Taylor.” With heavy hearts we announce the passing of Taylor Elliott.

Taylor was the beloved eldest son of Michelle and James Elliott and devoted older brother to Alex Elliott. Also left to mourn are his Grandmother Mavis Davidson, Grandparents Donna and Bill Elliott, Aunt Jill (Joe) Chamberlain, Cousins Emma and Hayes Chamberlain, Aunt Cheryl Davidson (Dominic Sylvain), Uncle Bryan (Kim) Elliott, Girlfriend Jenna Koshney, many aunts, uncles cousins and loving friends. Taylor was predeceased by his Grandfather Mike Davidson in May 2013. Taylor was born in Pincher Creek on February 24, 1991. He loved life and there were not enough hours in his day to accomplish the things important to him. He loved the outdoors and the mountains; hiking with his family, hunting with his dad and brother, snowshoeing, skiing, camping, riding his horse Raz, biking, running and playing baseball. He was a gifted natural athlete. He was an exceptional hockey player who played in the Alberta Junior Hockey League with the Olds Grizzlys and then the Brooks Bandits. This fall he helped coach the Southwest Rockies hockey team. Taylor was a natural leader and role model who had a smile for everyone and was always willing to lend a hand. He lived life to the fullest. We thank God for Taylor’s presence in our lives. He was truly a caring and loving inspiration for all. “To remember is to honour Taylor who will always be a light in our lives and our hearts.” A Memorial Service will be held at 1 P.M., on Monday December 30, 2013 at the PINCHER CREEK COMMUNITY HALL, 287 Canyon Drive, Pincher Creek, AB. Memorial donations may be to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – Prairies/NWT Chapter, c/o In Memoriam Program, 700, 10665 Jasper Ave., Edmonton, AB, T5J 3S9 or to the Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation, 2888 Shaganappi Trail N.W., Calgary, AB, T3B 6A8.

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  1. Lynda MacPherson says:

    To Taylor’s family,

    We offer our sincere condolences. We lost our son at age 23; he was also a hockey player, and a lover of any and all,outdoor adventures.

    At this time, while itmis difficult, Imthink you need to look to draw strength from who, and what Taylor was.

    Lynda and Bob MacPherson

  2. Dawn says:

    Please accept our most heartfelt condolences. May you find comfort in the Almighty God’s promise of everlasting life (John 3:16) an eternity with loved ones never having to part.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

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