Taylore Morgan Dinzey

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It is with heavy hearts, that we announce the sudden passing of Taylore Morgan Dinzey of Cremona, in a car accident near Penhold, AB on April 30, 2016 at the age of 17.

Taylore was born May 23, 1998 in Calgary to Jackie and Darren Dinzey and her older brother Caleb, and grew up in the Cremona area. Taylore was a tender hearted, beautiful girl. She loved Jesus and people. She cherished her family. She was Daddy’s little girl and in her eyes there was nothing he couldn’t do. Taylore and her mom had a very special relationship. She was not only a daughter but a friend. She adored her big brother Caleb even though he sometimes drove her crazy with his protective ways. She was always about other peoples’ needs and found the good in everyone. She loved hanging out and chillin’, especially at Tim’s. Friends and family loved spending time with her and her loveable and quirky sense of humor. She had a happy, contagious personality that you couldn’t help but participate. She attended Collective Young adults in Red Deer and enjoyed attending Transfigure with her

Circle Square Ranch friends. She went on a mission trip with her family and church to Mexico where she worked with children in migrant workers camps. They loved her! She was compassionate and reached out to others who needed Jesus.

Her homeschooling years afforded her the flexibility to do the things she enjoyed. She loved horses and riding and any animals in general. Her first love was Ebony. That romance was short lived after he bucked her off and landed her in the hospital. She loved her early morning rides and even tried her hand at vaulting. This love led her to attend the Horses in Ministry at Rivers Edge Camp and worked as a wrangler at Circle Square Ranch.

Taylore was always up for a good adventure! She loved anything outdoors – Bonfires, driving “Jack” (her Rav4) quadding, and rainy days. She was a star gazer, and with her camera in hand she was always capturing the beautiful sunsets from her back deck. She is fondly remembered for always having the best playlist. There are great memories of her 16th birthday spontaneous mud wrestling bash! Taylor was energetic, fearless and always on the go. No green grass ever grew under her feet.

Taylore was very creative and artistic and was never happier than when she was taking pictures. She was the Queen of Photography. Her avid photography had her driving down back roads in search of the perfect photo. She loved to create any type of craft or creation. For a time, everything was made from duct tape. Wallets, purses, you name it! Taylore loved to shop!! She loved anything ‘tiny”. Everything tiny and miniature caught her eyes, hence Buttermilk and Chica her miniature horses and Princess her miniature dog.

Taylore loved the freedom that driving brought her. There was always an adventure just down the road.

She is now free and on the greatest adventure she would ever know.

“Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us as we live”-Norman Cousins

“God will be whatever you need Him to be, whenever you need Him to be it. He is Courage. He is Love. He is Courage. Not your timing but His. I will fight for the heart of my King” -Taylore

Location information

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Interment
Cremona Cemetery

205 - 1st Street East
PO Box 10
Cremona AB T0M0R0

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Celebration of Life
Zion Evangelical Church

AB-582 20 Ave
Didsbury, AB T0M 0W0

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Shannon Armstrong

Love you beautiful Taylore Morgan
Can not wait to be together again..
Auntie Shannon, Uncle Riley,
Zeffren & Everley

Grandpa and Grandma

Our hearts are broken but are assured you are with family in heven, miss you so Meema and PaPa

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