Amanda Taylor Obituary, Death – Accidental death by motor vehicle claimed the life of Amanda Mae Taylor, a resident of Vermillion, South Dakota, on November 26, 2022. The cause of death was determined to be blunt force trauma. A Memorial Service will be held at the Hansen Funeral Home in Vermillion on Monday, December 5 at 11:00 AM. The service will begin at that time. Beginning at nine in the morning and continuing until the start of the service, members of the public are welcome to offer their respects.
When the funeral is over, the cremains will be buried in the Bluff View Cemetery in Vermillion. This will take place once the service has concluded. Everyone is invited to attend the luncheon and further celebration of Amanda’s life that the family will be hosting at Eagles Club immediately after the service that will be held at the graveside. Amanda’s birth took place on April 7th, 1983, in the city of Yankton, South Dakota.
Her parents were Francis and Mary Lou. Vermillion, South Dakota was the location where she finished her elementary schooling. Emily, Mason, Parker, and Sophie are the offspring of Amanda and Robert Taylor’s marriage, which took place on September 14, 2004, and resulted in the birth of four children. The wedding took place in the United States. Robert Taylor is from the United Kingdom. Amanda Taylor is from the United States.
She made the conscious decision to devote the most of her time to caring for her children rather than seek employment outside the home during the majority of her life. She found enjoyment in a variety of pursuits, including crocheting, cooking, gardening, fishing, singing, and helping people who were less fortunate. Amanda was the life of the party and had the capacity to make even the most serious person break out in laughter and a smile. She had a smile that was contagious and was always ready with a smart answer to whatever you said. In addition to that, she has a wonderful sense of humor.
Amanda is survived by her husband Rob Taylor and their children Emily, Mason, Parker, and Sophie, all of Vermillion, South Dakota; her step son Rivers Simonton, of Upper Lake, California; her father Dan Goeden, of Vermillion, South Dakota; her mother-in-law Susan Parker of Fresno, California; and her siblings Melisa Goeden, of Omaha, Nebraska; Johanna (Rich) Braesch, of Omaha, Nebraska; and Brad (Jennifer) Go
Her brother Nick Goeden, her nephew Lambert Goeden, and her father-in-law Steve Simonton all went away before she did. Her biological father Francis, her mother Mary Lou, and her father-in-law all died before her. In addition to her paternal grandparents, Edward (LaVerne) Goeden and Louies (Mabel) Binder, her maternal great-grandparents also predeceased her.