Celebrating The Life of Elmo Kane Taylor Jr

Date of BirthJuly 04, 1953

Elmo Kane  Taylor Jr Obituary

Date of BirthJuly 04, 1953

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Date of PassingApril 08, 2022

Elmo Kane Taylor Jr Obituary

from Seattle, Washington, United States

Date of BirthJuly 04, 1953

Elmo Kane  Taylor Jr Obituary

Date of BirthJuly 04, 1953

146 Views

Date of PassingApril 08, 2022

Elmo Kane Taylor Jr Obituary

from Seattle, Washington, United States


Celebrating The Life of Elmo Kane Taylor Jr

Elmo Kane Taylor was born on July 4, 1953 in Chicago , Illinois to the union of Elmo Taylor Sr. and Josephine Hurst of Leland Mississippi who proceeded him Paradise. He also was joined in paradise by his brother's Allen and Harvey Taylor, His Sister Joyce Taylor, and his son Lonnie McNell.

Elmo was raised in Chicago, Illinois where he attended Summer Elementary. He completed grammar school then went on to attend Dante High School. Marshall High School and Westinghouse where he received his High School diplom.

Elmo relocated to Seattle, Washington in 1983 to live out the rest of his years. Moe started working for Boeing where he was a production line worker making airplane parts for years. He also pursued a career with Puineer Industy where he tested WII game console . Moe then went and completed cosmetology school continuing on to become a barber and worked the trade that was taught to him by his father until he departed to his paradise. Moe also found a passion in music and went on to become one of the most well known DJ's in Seattle, Washington crowning the name Dj K-Town Extroidinare, hosting some of the largest stepper's sets Seattle has experience. Moe was also a member of an African American male stepper's crew named the Gentleman of styles of Stepping where they shared a circle of brotherhood love with each other through music and stepping! Elmo also loved watching western and action movies 

Elmo transitione'd at Vally Medical Hospital in Seattle on April 8, 2022 at 11:30 pm while being for a long -term battle with lung disease and Covid 19.

Elmo leaves to cherish his memory: Stepmother; Ida Taylor (Dallas,TX) six Daughters ; Abidyah Scott (Geoffrey) of Seattl, WA; Monique Washington of Chicago,IL; Nikole Blackwell of Oroville,CA; Tanisha Moore of Florence,AL; Anna Peeks of Seattle, WA; and Neveah of Seattle,WA; Three Sons: Twjuan Scott of Seattle WA; Xzabko Scott of Las Vega,NV and Natavius Washington (Shanita of Chicago, IL. God Daugther: Aja Cobbs of Chicag, IL; Eight Grandchildre: Lonnie McNell jr, Twjuan Scott jr, of Seattle,WA; Tondalaya Scott, Vaneshia Scott, Samuel Scott, Genea Scott, Carnetta Scott, and Cecilia Scott. Ten grandchildren: Malaiyah Benson-Scott, Tamyra Scott, Vonzell Scott, Kiera Blackwell, Twjuan Scott III, Geneshia Yancy, A'Miracle Moore, Ty'uaun Scott and Gednelle Sneed. Two sister Diane Taylor of Dallas, TX and Tamara Taylor of Dallas, TX Two Brother Andy Taylor of Dallas, TX and Samuel Taylor (Ebony) of Dallas, TX and a host of nieces in nephews, cousins, associates and close friends!

This obituary is administered by:
~ Natavius Washington ~