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Ro & Anna Taylor have been in Statesboro working with RUF at Georgia Southern since June 2011. They have two sons - Bo (Dec 2011) and Griff (Oct 2013), and one chocolate lab mix (Penny). They are both originally from Mississippi, and they love the college-town feel of Statesboro.
Taylor was born in Boca Raton, Florida but grew up in Danville, Kentucky. Living in a small town, Taylor, her brother and sister enjoyed going to football games, basketball games and swimming at Centre College. After spending most of her childhood in Kentucky, her family moved to Palm City, Florida. Ready to be back in the south, Taylor made the decision to move to Birmingham, Alabama for her undergraduate career. She graduated from Samford University with a degree in Human Development and Family Life Education. At Samford she was involved in RUF and served on leadership team and was a member of Phi Mu Fraternity.
Fun facts: Taylor is a certified scuba diver and an Irish twin. She swam competitively for 12 years.
Kevin is one Kaye among many. As the son of Ken and Kathy, he holds the position of second amidst Kory, Kyler, Karson, Kaitlyn, and Keagan. Hailing from the state of Arizona, Kevin ventured across the country to do his undergraduate degree at Grove City College in Pennsylvania where he studied Christian Thought. Upon graduating in 2010, he has moved around a bit and most recently moved to Statesboro, Georgia from Charlottesville, Virginia. Kevin enjoys participating in a variety of things which include, but are not limited to, sports, music, dancing, reading, watching movies, and just hanging out. He is a broken person who has been redeemed by the precious blood of Jesus. He is a work in progress as he continues to grow by the grace of God and he is excited to be an instrument in God’s work of Gospel ministry among students at Georgia Southern.