God has another Angel in his "Mommas" pew today. Helen Viola McCurtain Taylor passed away on December 7, 2014 in Oklahoma City, OK. Helen was born to Nail Perry McCurtain and Maude Lee Birdwell McCurtain on December 8, 1921 in Poteau, OK. She had six siblings Helen was raised by grandparents and attended St. Agnes Catholic School in Antlers, OK, and Goodland Indian Orphanage. Helen was a loving wife, mother of six, and grandmother. She was a devout Methodist. Helen was united in marriage to Joseph A. Taylor on April 14, 1945 near Raleigh, NC. She was loved by not only her children but many of her children?s friends loved her as their "momma." She enjoyed large family gatherings on the holidays and birthdays. She was the matriarch of five generations and kept a calendar of all birthdays. Helen loved Elvis, Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris. She was also a trivia whiz on 40?s to 60?s songs, movies and tv shows. Helen worked for two public laundries for 26 years. She was preceded in death by her parents, brothers, Lester, Clyde, Floyd and Woodrow McCurtain; sister, Irene McCurtain; husband, Joe, son, Matthew Taylor, daughter, Ruby Choate and five grandchildren, Brandon Choate, Shyana Taylor, Joe D. Coleman, Dewayne Taylor, and Kimberly Smith. Helen leaves to cherish her memory two daughters, Priscilla Coleman of Broken Bow and Sandra and husband, K.A. Denton of Washington, OK; two sons, Perry Taylor and Kim Taylor and wife, Gloria all of Oklahoma City, OK; one brother, Bill Skelton and wife, Debbie of Hodgen, OK; twenty two grandchildren; sixty five great-grandchildren and twenty nine great-great grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews other relatives and friends.Cemetery:Watson Cemetery at Oak Hill Community near Broken Bow \nTo send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Helen Viola McCurtain Taylor, please visit our floral store.