Kimberly Ann Reynolds Taylor passed away unexpectantly from heart failure on March 5th, 2021 surrounded by close family. The first-born child of Nants and Jim Reynolds, Kim was born in Auburn, AL on May 20th, 1959 and would become the proud big sister of James (Jamey) Thomas Reynolds, Jr. and Joseph Sherwood Harvard Reynolds. She and her husband, the late Steven Edward Taylor, had two children, Elizabeth (Liz) Welch and Amanda (Mindy) Bounds, as well as two grandchildren, Elizabeth Destiny (Fancy Pants) and Carter McKenzie (Beetle Bug) Welch. Kim was raised in Nashville and attended Palmer School and Harpeth Hall, eventually earning her Bachelor’s Degree as a Certified Managerial Accountant from David Lipscomb University.As any of Kim’s family and many friends will tell you, she was kind, loyal, generous, and forgiving, complete with a memorable, and infectious laugh. Until the moment she took her last breath, Kim was a genuine hippie at heart, who loved the beach, all genres of music, camping with friends and any animal in need of love. She also had a passion for sports, particularly football – oh, how she loved her Tennessee Titans and her Auburn (War Damn Eagle!) Tigers!In discussing the most important thing in Kim’s world, those of us who truly knew her can only begin to define the love she shared with her husband. Before Steve’s death from cancer in 2009, he was never seen or discussed without Kim, and visa-versa. They were simply “Kim & Steve”, as they will be now paired for eternity.A memorial service will be held at on Saturday, March 20th at 11am at Westminster Presbyterian Church, where Kim’s loving grandfather, the Rev. Joseph Sherwood Harvard, served for so many years as the Associate Pastor. Months later, Kim’s remains will eventually be scattered on the shores of South Mississippi, along with those of her late husband and loving animals.In lieu of flowers, the family asked that you consider making a donation (in Kim's name) to Alive Hospice.