ForeverMissed
Celebration is scheduled for Monday, December 27, 2021. Interment at Dayton National Cemetery and Masks are required.

Professional services entrusted to W.E. Lusain Funeral Home and Crematory (Dayton)

Here's the plan of services.
Monday December 27, 2021
Location Church of God sanctified Town View Ohio. Church of God Sanctified
4929 Porterfield Dr.,
Trotwood, Ohio 45427
Viewing from 11a.m.-12noon with service immediately to follow.
Departing the Church no later than 1:30 p.m. promptly as processional must be at the
V.A. Grounds by 1:55.
The colors will be black with purple accents.
Effie Mae Daniels, Fondly referred to as Sis, Aunt Sis, Momma, Granny, Mother Daniels, and Suga Puddin’ peacefully passed away on December 17, 2021 surrounded by loved ones. Effie was born April 11, 1934 in Sledge Mississippi to Howard and Correan (Lobley) Franks. She was the sixth of eight children.

In the early 1950’s Effie married LC Taylor. Their union lasted 28 years and produced 6 children; Lionel, Bernard, Diane, Aaron Lewis, Winfred, and Gregory-Scott. Their family was the first African American family to integrate the city of Kettering in the late 1960’s.

Effie was also a lifelong member of the Church of God Sanctified, where she served in fellowship under Bishop John H. Buffington. Here she made lifelong friendships and they raised their families together.  Effie truly possessed a servant's heart. She made sure to extend love, hugs, food or shelter for anyone in need. On May 5th, 1984 Effie married Vernon L. Daniels at Faith Deliverance Church of God in Christ.Where they both became members and she served on the mother and usher board.  Effie has always played a very full and active role in the lives of those who called her Granny. 

She was a very fun, loving, outgoing, and creative spirit. You’d often catch her singing, painting her ceramics, sewing or cooking. In her golden years Effie also worked as a senior companion where she often taught her grand and great grands about her compassionate service. 

She was definitely known for being an amazing cook and her Peach Cobbler is considered to be the best you’ll ever have. Her infectious laugh and knee slap followed by “Oh me “will always be remembered and terribly missed. 

She is preceded in death by her parents the late Howard and Correan Frank,  Her late husband Vernon L. Daniels, husband from previous marriage LC Taylor, Siblings SD, Nemroy, MD, Richard and Iziah Franks. 

She is survived by her siblings Richard lee, and Louise Johnson, loving children Lionel C Taylor, Bernard Lee Taylor, Diane (Derrell) Edwards, Aaron Lewis Taylor, Winfred Taylor, Gregory (Denise) Taylor. Grandchildren- Lonista Christine, Lolita (Lionel) Lavender (Sherrie), Angela (Michael) Shepard, Chantal Marie, Eric James,  Lenita Janae, Lenita Nicole, Gregory Scott Jr, Great Grands- Paires Chrishaun, Laniya Christine, A’Quis Michael Christian, Anthony D. 3rd, Judiah, Sirai, Arrington, Josiah and Jaia, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. 
Posted by Fawn Williams on January 17, 2022
To the Family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Praying God's comfort for you all. Condolences.
Posted by Lorraine Linkous on December 27, 2021
Oh sweet, loving Ms. Effie, I will never forget your kindness & acceptance of me. Your wonderful son, Lionel, and I have been friends forever and I will always remember when you met my daughters! I hope to be even a small example of woman & mother like you! Go rest high hermosa. Te amo mucho ♥
Posted by Maxine Patterson on December 25, 2021
My prayers are with the Taylor family during these difficult days. Although Cousin Sis was married to my dad's cousin, she was like an aunt to me and my siblings. She was our babysitter and was always kind and caring. I know that she will be missed by all. Rest well Cousin Sis!
Posted by Nat Franks on December 25, 2021
Due to the fact that I and my siblings were not in your life until later on in my adult life I do remember the time I brought kesha to Ohio to meet my dad's side of the family. I didnt know what to expect but you all welcomed us with open arms.I know I missed out on a lot.It was like we had been in each other's lives forever.I felt welcomed and loved.Thats something I will cherish for the rest of my life.I am happy to have spent time with you. I LOVE YOU AUNT SIS and you will be a part of my heart forever.R.I.H.
Posted by Pamela Peavy on December 24, 2021
Thank you for always being so sweet and funny. Thank you for loving us as your very own. You will be greatly missed love you granny. Pam and Brandyn
Posted by Denise Taylor on December 22, 2021
The memories will remain in my heart forever. I remember when I made soup for gravy and you taught me how make rhe best gravy ever. You will be missed young lady. See you later.
Posted by Aaron Taylor on December 21, 2021
Moma

I'm glad you're doing well and in perfect harmony now.
We'll be able to have coffees in the sun with a view again, one day.

Your son,
Aaron Lewis

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Posted by Fawn Williams on January 17, 2022
To the Family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Praying God's comfort for you all. Condolences.
Posted by Lorraine Linkous on December 27, 2021
Oh sweet, loving Ms. Effie, I will never forget your kindness & acceptance of me. Your wonderful son, Lionel, and I have been friends forever and I will always remember when you met my daughters! I hope to be even a small example of woman & mother like you! Go rest high hermosa. Te amo mucho ♥
Posted by Maxine Patterson on December 25, 2021
My prayers are with the Taylor family during these difficult days. Although Cousin Sis was married to my dad's cousin, she was like an aunt to me and my siblings. She was our babysitter and was always kind and caring. I know that she will be missed by all. Rest well Cousin Sis!
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Shared by Bernard Taylor on December 22, 2021
What do you say about the one responsible for bringing you into this world besides THANK YOU. Momma you laid the foundation for me to seek truth and purpose in pursuing God .And giving my life to Him before I became a teenager. You always seem to have some type of anecdote for whatever problem I presented to you. If I called you before school complaining of sickness or aches. You'd say do this,  this and this and hurry so that you won't miss the school bus. You always knew when I was really sick or feigning aches. ( to this day I don't know what magic you possessed to discern me). Yet you treated me special when I was really sick. Despite the fact you had 5 other chidren. I can sincerely say I KNEW I was loved by you ma. You also in your loving way taught me how to go from reluctantly wanting to sing at church. Now I look forward to singing in the house of the Lord with gladness. My own 2 children enjoyed going to " granny's " house ESPECIALLY when you cooked that lip smacking peach cobbler. YES LAWD it was deeeeeeeeelicious. I could go on & on. But to limit to A story for one as special as you are mom. It's impossible to do. I will forever miss you and apply the godly principles that you taught us your kids and grands and great grands.❤❤❤❤