Taylor James Kropenick

January 4, 2019

Taylor James Kropenick unexpectedly passed away at home in Pensacola, FL. He was born in Fort Walton Beach, FL on June 14, 1990.

Taylor is survived by his parents, Jay Kropenick and Lisa Blackmon Kropenick; his brother, Parker Kropenick; his grandmother, Becky Blackmon; and many aunts, uncles, cousins as well as his many friends.

Taylor graduated from Choctawhatchee High School in Fort Walton Beach, FL and attended Northwest Florida State College. Taylor worked in the A/V industry and during the last months of his life he was involved in the reconstruction efforts of Panama City and the surrounding areas following Hurricane Michael.

Taylor packed many passions into his time with us and excelled at all. He inherited his interest in firearms and the L.A. Rams football team from his father and his deep sense of compassion for others from his mother. He shared a passion for animals and all things fast with his brother. Taylor made friends easily and always considered himself fortunate when he was able to lend a hand or comfort others.

Arrangements are being made through Faith Chapel Funeral Home where the family will have a private service.

In lieu of floral contributions, the family requests donations to your favorite charity in honor of Taylor.

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