Let the memory of Taiwan be with us forever
  • 17 years old
  • Born on June 7, 1997 .
  • Passed away on June 6, 2015 .

God called and Taiwan answered and gently entered into eternal rest on June 6, 2015.

Funeral Service
Tuesday, June 16, 2015 • 3:00 p.m.
Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church
3431 Lee Loop Road • Union Springs, AL 36089
Rev. James N. Robbins, Sr., Pastor
Rev. Lewis Pugh, Assistant Pastor
Streets of Gold Christian Church

 Final Services Entrusted to Carter Funeral Home in Union Springs AL.  http://www.carterfuneralhomeusa.com 

Posted by James Willis on 16th June 2015
"Hallelujah Thank You Jesus". Taiwan would sing these words out for everyone on the school bus to hear when everything was going good. I was his school bus driver. I and Mrs. Rivera (Monitor) will miss you. Rest in peace Taiwan.
Posted by Thomas Vickers on 16th June 2015
Taiwan was a dear, sweet student at Central High School, who will be greatly missed. We are comforted to know that he is with God now in Heaven resting peacefully. God Bless from the teachers, staff and administration at Central. Central High School Principal
Posted by Veta Lewis on 15th June 2015
My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Taiwan left an indelible mark though he was only with us this year. We will miss him. Central High School Counselor
Posted by Bobby Sanders on 15th June 2015
School Bus driver, along with my wife, who is a bus monitor for the handi- capped. did not know him, but heard a lot from other drivers what a fine person he was. God Bless .
Posted by Rhonda Scott on 15th June 2015
To Taiwan's Family, my prayers are that God will give you comfort and peace.I am Pastor Rhonda Scott. Rev Lewis McCants and my grandson Darren Jones have a Church Service at Canterbury every Sunday at 10:00am. Taiwan would attend the service faithfully. He would sing in the service quite often. One of his favorite songs to sing was, "It's In My Heart To Serve The Lord." One Sunday Taiwan said, " I have something I want to say. I am going to be graduating." I said, and I will be there at your graduation too. My grandson befriended Taiwan. They both attend Central, different grade levels. When Taiwan was in the hospital, we tried to see him almost every day to bring him a smile and to show our love. We will miss him so much, but what he taught us was to keep smiling no matter what! He did get his Graduation Day. God Bless You.
Posted by Amelia McQuiston on 14th June 2015
Taiwan was with us for only a short time, but he left us with precious memories that all of us will treasure. We Will Miss You, Your Central High Classmates and Teachers

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