Guest Book for MONIQUE A. TAYLOR

Provided by Stuart Mortuary, Inc

Posted by: Dr. Sandra A. HUnt
Tue February 11, 2020
To Mike and the FMILY:

I am deeply saddened by the passing of Monique.  She will be truly missed, and I will include you and your family in my daily prayers.”
Please remember , a person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds, through us, they live on. Surely she will not be forgotten.”

Love you!

Posted by: Jackie Bowlds
Wed February 12, 2020
My condolences to the family of Monique,
Sending prayers of comfort to your family, I am just lost for words right now. I meet Monique while working at Jarden/Newell Brands in Fishers. She would always greet you with a smile and I can just remember standing in the social hubs to talking about family and life in general. RIP my sister/friend.

Posted by: Sean H. Jones
Wed February 12, 2020

You and your family are in our prayers. Eventhough Mojo and I have not seen each other in years after HP her smile is not forgotten. Weeping may endure in the night but Joy will come in the morning. I still laugh she called me Sean John. Brother if you need anything let us know. We are praying for you daily. Much Love

Posted by: Rob Hackman
Thu February 13, 2020
I worked with Monique at Firestone the last couple of years.  She was always happy and full of life!  I am very sorry for your loss.  Her family and friends are in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by: Nyra Buckner
Thu February 13, 2020
My prayers for strength and comfort are with your family during this time.

Posted by: Jeff Capek
Fri February 14, 2020
I worked with Monique at Firestone and we worked together on our JDRF fundraising team for a couple of years.  She was always a joy to be around, always very positive and always helpful.  Thoughts and prayers to all of her family.

Posted by: Marshall Taylor
Mon February 17, 2020
It did not matter to me that she was my only daughter-in-law,she was still my "Favorite".Monique Rest In Peace and know that you are truly loved.

Posted by: Brenda J Gibbs-Golder
Mon February 17, 2020
To Mike and the entire family of Monique A. Taylor,
My heart was saddened to hear of the passing of your wife, mother, sibling and grandmother.  Monique was my HP coworker friend of several years.  We enjoyed lunch outings, long talks and great times at work and she always loved talking about her family.  Being several years older, I often enjoyed talking from experience about marriage and raising children and she would always share the joys of motherhood and being a wife.  She always kept a beautiful contagious smile and great attitude.  When I would see her around on occasion it was like we never lost contact.  She will be dearly missed but never forgotten.  Her memories with you all will sustain you and keep her with you always.
My prayers for God's comfort, peace and strength now and the days ahead.

Posted by: Maria Aguilar
Tue February 18, 2020
I worked with Monique at Allegion the lastest months. She had always an smile for me and always willing to help me! I am very sorry for your loss. All my thoughts and prayers for her family.

Posted by: Jael J.
Tue February 18, 2020
Monique was a woman  of great impact  in her community. She left her mark of grace and love on my life. Thank you Lord for allowing  me to experience  that gift you sent to earth to bless us. My thoughts  and prayers  are with  you and take  all the time you need to be comforted  and  heal.