Chloe Bre’Ann Vivens Went to the other side of the rainbow on May 31, 2021. An honorable and ornery soul, with a smile that could light up any room. She will be dearly missed by both family and her dearly beloved friends. Although her death is tragic, we take time to honor her good qualities. Her beautiful personality and her impeccable ability to help and support others is exactly what she will be remembered for. Her eighteen years of life were a time for everyone around to cherish. Chloe’s death is tough and seems too soon, but she was able to save the life of five others through organ donation, just like she would’ve wanted. We will miss her dearly and wish we had more time with her, but somewhere looking down from that rainbow, her bright contagious smile is shining down upon us. God bless her beautiful soul!
Chloe was preceded in death by her grandfather, Dr. John Taylor; grandmother, Kathy Edwards; Step-brother, Dylan Taylor; and step-father, Thomas Taylor.
Survivors include her parents; mother, Pam Taylor and father, Billy Vivens; two brothers, Alexander Vivens and Grant Vivens; grandparents, Billy Vivens and wife Dorcas, Dr. Steven Davis Sr. and wife Billye Sue, Lalla Mae Davis, Buddy Edwards, and Pat Taylor; two uncles, Buddy Vivens and Steven Davis Jr.; five Aunts, Staci Carrasco and Stephanie Lewis and husband Chris, Robin Davis, Cindy Riesenberg and Terri Taylor. Survivors also include a host of additional family and close friends.
Memorial services will be held 2:00 PM Wednesday June 9, 2021 at Chapel of the Holy Spirit, 232 East Cottonwood, with Pastor Darrell Bonjour officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Cox-Rowley Funeral Home.
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