Woody Woodrow Taggart
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Woody Woodrow Taggart
  • June 8, 1945 - December 5, 2017
  • Houston, Texas

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Woody Taggart, aged 72 of Houston, Texas passed away on the 5th of December, 2017. He entered this world on the 8th of June, 1945 in Centertown, Missouri and graduated from Russellville High.

He was married to Debbie Taggart for a blissful 30 years and together they created a loving family. Woody worked in the livestock industry for WT Stables, which brought him closer to his passion of horses. He was also a loyal member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Woody is survived by his beloved wife Debbie and their children, Parrish Taggart and wife Wendy Russell, Cherrish Taggart, Dion Taggart, Lewis Baker and wife Tracie Baker; grandchildren Cortni and Ian Steck, Danielle Taggart, Brittany Taggart, Cassidi and Garrett Knierim, Kenneth Baker, Kyle Baker, Grayson Baker, Addison Baker, Sophia Baker, Katelyn Baker, River Taggart, Lily Taggart, great grandchild Christian Taggart and was Papa to many more. He is also survived by his siblings Dennis Bartlett and Rhonda, Gordon Dean "Gordy" Roll, Arnold Johnson, Lora Dee "Cissy" Roll Crocker, Donie and Rhonda Percival, Annette and Leon Marsh, Lynda and Francis Siedel, and Brenda Marshall. He was preceded in death by Roger Taggart.

A visitation will be held in Woody's honor on Tuesday, December 12th, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at American Heritage Funeral Home, 10710 Veterans Memorial Drive, Houston Texas 77038. The funeral service will follow on Wednesday, December 13th at 11:00 a.m. with a procession to the Houston National Cemetery, 10410 Veterans Memorial Drive, Houston Texas 77038.

The family is asking you to join them for a luncheon at the VFW Post 581 located at 27 Farrell St, Houston, Texas 77022.

Lord, I reckon I'm not much just by myself,
I fail to do a lot of things I ought to do.
But Lord, when trails are steep and passes high,
Help me ride it straight the whole way through.

And when in the falling dusk I get that final call,
I do not care how many flowers they send.
Above all else, the happiest trail would be
For YOU to say to me, "Let's ride, My Friend"

Amen

In lieu of flowers, the family asks for a donation to St. Judes Children's Hospital.