Sunrise: 09/15/1995 Sunset: 02/11/2021
Taylor Noah Johnson, age 25, of Savage MN, passed away unexpectedly on February 11, 2021 in Minneapolis, MN. Private family services will be held.
Taylor was born on September 15, 1995 in Minneapolis, MN to Tracey Johnson and Shandira Pavelcik.
Taylor moved to Savage with his Dad in 2001 and attended Glendale Elementary, Hidden Oaks Junior High & Prior Lake High School. He also briefly attended Norcross High School in Georgia where he stayed from time to time with his mother. He quickly made many friends within the Savage/Prior Lake community through his active involvement in Prior Lake Athletic Youth Programs & AAU Sports. Taylor had an avid love of sports, participating on Baseball, Basketball, Soccer & Football Teams. He really enjoyed following his favorite teams – the Chicago Bears, Minnesota Twins & Minnesota Timberwolves.
After graduating from High School, Taylor went on to study at Mankato State University before becoming an Airman in the United States Air Force as a Fire Fighter stationed at Travis Air Force Base near San Francisco in Fairfield, California.
Taylor’s engaging personality, infectious laugh, and mega–watt smile would light up any room. He was always caring for others and always expressed love and protection for his family. He wanted everyone to be happy, laugh with him, and enjoy a positive mood.
Taylor was loved dearly and will be greatly missed by his Parents, Tracey and Shandira; Stepmom, Diana Chisholm-Johnson; Grandparents, Larry Johnson, Linda Johnson, Lauretta Woods, Alex Chisholm & Patricia Chisholm; Uncles, Terrence Johnson, Sherman Woods, Larry Cook & Matthew Pavelcik; Aunts, Sheila Woods & Sharon Cook; Siblings, Dorian Robertson, Queen Wisest Earth & Queen Mecca Earth; Nephew, Marshall Robertson and many other close cousins, family members, and friends.
His family appreciates all the love and support received from the community since his passing.
Ballard-Sunder Funeral & Cremation proudly served and cared for the Johnson family.
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