In memory of

Lindsay Reece

Aug 18, 1977
May 18, 2024


Lindsay Reece (Taylor) died peacefully at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland Oregon on May 18th, 2024, at the age of 46.

Lindsay is survived by her parents, Kerry, and Diane Taylor of Woodburn; husband, Gabe; children, Rogue, Stone, Gaige & Kaile Reece of Salem; and sibling, Kris Taylor of Woodburn.

Lindsay was born on August 28th, 1977, in Portland Oregon to Kerry and Diane Taylor. She graduated from Southern Oregon University in 1999 with a degree in business. She later moved to New York, working for Daimler Chrysler. On September 11th, 2001, Lindsay made the choice to be one of the first volunteers to respond to Ground Zero. Lindsay’s bravery and selfless actions helped save many lives that day.

Many years later, Lindsay and Gabe met at a conference in Bend Oregon and later married in 2009. After 4 years, the couple welcomed twins, Rogue, and Stone into their home.

Lindsay's children remember her as a kind, gentle, patient, and loving mother who encouraged them to pursue their goals.

Lindsay was passionate about her friends and family. She was a generous and loving individual who loved life. Over the last several years, Lindsay was active in the fight against cancer, helping to raise money and awareness for acute myeloid leukemia (AML) all while battling AML herself.

The Celebration of Life is scheduled for June 1st, 2024, at Morning Star Community Church with a reception to follow at the same location. Pastor Scott will officiate the ceremony. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Lindsay's life.

In lieu of flowers, please consider one of the following.

Service Information

Celebration of Life
Saturday June 1, 2024 12pm
Morning Star Community Church
4775 27th Ave SE, Salem, OR

Messages of Sympathy

  1. Judy Sanders says:

    To the Reece & Taylor Family: My sincere heartfelt condolence to you and all that knew and loved Lindsay. I and my church family will continue to pray for the Holy Spirit’s comfort. May the memories shared always warm your hearts. Sending my love.
    Until we meet again, rest well Beautiful Lindsay.
    Rev. Judy Sanders

  2. Chuck Cogburn says:

    Lindsay was truly one of a kind. Fun, exciting, hard working and professional. I know she will be missed by all those who knew her. Praying for Gabe and his children at this truly difficult time May the Lord bless and comfort them

  3. Jon and Carol Taylor says:

    We met Lindsay almost 10 years ago and we could not ask for a better neighbor and friend. She will be remembered for her courageous fight and huge heart. We will miss her so very much.

  4. Staff of Johnson Funeral Home says:

    Thank you for trusting Johnson Funeral Home with her arrangements.

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