Jason “TEX” Lee Taylor, 51, of Pawtucket, RI, formally St. Albans WVA lost his battle with addiciton, on Tuesday September 8th. Jason attended the Art Institute of Dallas where he learned to perfect his techniques. Jason was an artistic genius who saw the world in a million different colors. At the time of his death he was using his artist abilities doing inlay wood and tile design in new construction.
Jason was animated, warm hearted, kind and although he battled mental health and addiction, he would make a fool of himself just to put a grin on anyone’s face. Jason appears to have made a positive impact on people from all walks of life with his art and obnoxious zest for life.
Jason was preceded by the death by his parents Bob and Joetta Taylor and his birth mother Karen Taylor. Survived are his Daughter, Angel Schultz (Peter) of Johnston RI, Brother Richard Taylor (Naoko) of Peru Indiana, Sister Lois Jean Gibson (Gary) of St. Albans WVA, New baby Granddaughter Savanna Hope Schultz, one niece and one nephew.
Services in West Virginia will be held privately.
In lieu of funeral services, and to honor Jason's life, we ask that all who wish to participate donate to Anchor Recovery Community Center.
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