Betty Jo Taylor Kincer, 79, of Morristown, went to be with her heavenly father Saturday, May 1, 2021.

She was known as a compassionate and loving care giver for many in Grainger County. She also provided private sitting services in Knoxville, as well. She was a loving mother and grandmother.

Preceded in death by her husband, Madison Kincer; parents, Joe B. Taylor and Georgia C. Wolfe Taylor; grandmother, Mary B. Taylor; brothers, Eddie William (Bill) Taylor, Ira Otha (David) Taylor, Samuel Taylor, Audie Taylor and Bennie Taylor; sons, Michael Schwarz and Cody Kincer; granddaughter, Carly Ann Smith, and stepson Mike Kincer.

Survived by daughters, Tania (Rick) Kent and Becky (Jimmy) Smith; son, Greg (Tonia) Kincer; stepson, Randy Kincer; grandchildren, Page (Scott) Johnson, Ashley Kent, Brook Stout, Jacob Allen Smith, Anthony Smith, Nicole (Ethan) Bowles, Gracie Smith, Emmy Kincer, Abby Kincer, Zac Kincer, Brett Kincer and Scott Kincer; and 10 great-grandchildren.

Friends and family may pay their respects 3 – 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 4 at Farrar Funeral Home, Jefferson City.

Family and friends will meet 1:45 p.m., Wednesday, May 5 at Knob Creek Cemetery in Seymour for a 2 p.m. graveside interment service with Rev. Mark Campbell and preacher Jeremy Seal officiating.

In consideration of the health and safety of all those attending the services, Farrar Funeral Home strongly encourages all CDC guidelines be followed, including the use of face masks.

Arrangements by: Farrar Funeral Home

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