Obituary for Taylor Elizabeth Gladwell
Oh, how the world will miss Taylor Elizabeth Gladwell, better known as "Rave". She lived a life that was as colorful as her hair, capturing our hearts with her infectious energy and unique sense of style. With a career centered around Tukios, she truly knew how to eat, breathe, and bleed the spirit of that company.
Born on January 6th, 2000, in Ogden, Taylor's journey began with a quirky personality that followed her throughout her life. She had the amazing ability to be kind of a mess and still manage to be 'Ight'. And let's not forget about her cool hair - it was legendary! People would often say they were willing to bet that her hair had more adventures than they did.
Education was close to Taylor's heart, even though she took an unconventional path. As a beauty school dropout, she proved that formal education isn't the only path to success. Taylor embodied the belief that true learning comes from living and experiencing life to its fullest.
One of Taylor's proudest accomplishments was watching her sing for the President of the United States alongside Bon Jovi. Who would have thought that a falling screen door would ultimately take her out at the 2023 NFDA convention? It seems life has a way of throwing unexpected curveballs, even at someone as vibrant as Taylor.
Beyond her career and accomplishments, Taylor had many hobbies and interests. She believed in "bicking back being bool", which translated into spending quality time doing absolutely nothing with those dear to her heart. Whether it was exploring new restaurants or simply chilling on the couch with friends, Taylor knew how to appreciate the simple pleasures in life.
Taylor leaves behind an incredible support system who will forever cherish their memories together. Her bestie Marissa Riche will never forget their countless adventures and laughs shared over the years. Mariah Cunningham, Taylor's uncle, had a special bond with her that was filled with love and fond memories. And let's not forget her beloved grandmother, Lynsie Davis, who brought so much joy into Taylor's life.
In conclusion, Taylor Elizabeth Gladwell will forever be remembered as a vibrant soul who lived life on her own terms. She may have left this world too soon due to the antics of a falling screen door, but her legacy will continue to inspire us all. Let's raise a glass of colorful hair dye in her honor and celebrate the incredible person she was.
Rest in peace, Rave. May your adventures continue in the great beyond, and may you forever bick back being bool.