Forever in our Hearts, Never Forgotten
Born Oct. 3, 2002 on Whidbey Island, Wash., on July 20 2020, Taylor was tragically involved in a motor vehicle accident and, at this time, he was called on for an eternal soccer game with the angels.
Taylor enjoyed most activities that any 17-year-old boy would, especially sports. For the past 10 years his main focus was soccer. Soccer being his first love, he played on recreational, select and high school teams. Although, if the soccer season was over, you could find Taylor involved or watching any game no matter what sport it was.
Taylor was a sweet and shy boy, but was also hilarious and would throw out a one liner when you least expected it, making everyone around him laugh.
Taylor had many friends and a very large family. Many of his friends were animals as Taylor loved all animals. There wasn’t one heart that knew him that he didn’t touch.
He leaves behind his mother and stepfather, Kristin and Travis Huffine; his father, Dane Daniels; brother, Nevin Daniels (and Shannon Kinskie); and sister, Jordan Huffine; grandparents, Kristy and Jerry McIntyre, Tina and John Daniels, and John and Shirley Huffine; aunts and uncles, Brock Daniels and Jim Lynam, Gina Daniels, Ashleigh Mcintyre and Ted Clark, Christina Huffine and Kelly Kriska, Randi McIntrye, Ali McIntyre and Jacob Thompson, and Stephen Johnson; cousins, Kobie and Cain Mendoza-Daniels, Brody and Colby Johnson and Myles Thompson, Olivia and Charlotte Clark, and Malcolm Rose.
Taylor is preceded by family and many family pets.
The family would like to extend an invitation to celebrate the life of Taylor at 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 2 at the South Whidbey Sports Complex, 5598 Langley Road, Langley, Wash.