Florencie Wilson Taylor, age 97, of Berry died January 11, 2017 at home surrounded by her loved ones. Services will be Monday, January 16, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. at Ebenezer Baptist Church. Burial will follow in the church cemetery with Norwood-Wyatt Chapel Funeral Home directing. Visitation will be Sunday, January 15, 2017 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Norwood-Wyatt Chapel. The body will lie in state one hour prior to the service at the church. She was preceded in death by her parents, Will and Dezzie Wilson; her brothers, Robert L., George, and Jimmy Wilson; sisters, Annie Mae Whitson and Willette Waldrop; her husband, James “Demp” Taylor; her children, Abner, James “Skitter” of Nashville and Coyal “C.T.” Taylor of Tuscaloosa; her daughter, Verlon and son-in-law, Andrew Witherspoon of Nashville; her grandson, Milton Blair and granddaughter Mary L. Witherspoon of Nashville. She is survived by her loving and care giver daughter, Doris Taylor and her husband, Lee Harris of Berry; her son, Willie “J.J.” Taylor of Northport; James “J.B” Belton Taylor of Berry, her great-great grandson whom she raised as her son; sister, Ruby Bryant of Berry; seventeen grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren; three god-granddaughters, Holly Brock, Sherry Frost, and Lisa Brashier (whom were her nurses) and two god-grandsons, Shane Williams and Jake Gilliland (whom were her therapists); a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends; her best friend, Mrs. Mary Robinson, whom she loved and called her sister; and her daughters-in-law, Brenda, Judy, Eunice, Wanda and Shirley. Florencie was born December 2, 1919 in Tuscaloosa County. She was a member of Ervin & McConnell #323 Order of Eastern Stars, a former member of the NAACP, and a member of Ebenezer Baptist Church. She was a very loving and caring person who would treat you as one in the family. She loved God and always put him first in her life. She was a kind and sweet person who would welcome you in her home. She loved to cook and bake cakes and pies and if came to her home she would insist on you eating a slice of cake, pie or dinner with her. She also loved to work in her vegetable and flower garden. She will be truly missed by her family and many friends, because she was so loved. Flower girls and pall bearers will be family and friends.