In recent years, she entered pageants in the Miss South Carolina USA system and last year, was a top 10 finalist at the pageant in Charleston.Her title of Miss Upstate lasts through March 2018.“He said mom, I always wanted to be a veterinarian,” she said.At Clemson, he worked for Study Hall and Clemson Beef Cattle Research Farm.He was a member of the Block and Bridle Club, on the President’s List, and attended Rock Springs Baptist Church in Easley.
“Her message at the pageant this year was for people to extend themselves and mentor children,” Nunnery said. She started her own art studio called Grace and Lions and hopes to pursue a career in art.Evans and Yarbrough had planned to travel to Gatlinburg, Tenn., last Thursday after the concert in Atlanta to attend a mountain weekend with the Block and Bridle Club at Clemson.Nunnery said she was watching A Charlie Brown Christmas on TV when she got a call from the Georgia State Patrol.“They were destined to be together forever.” Evans’ mother Stephanie Martin of Easley said, “Taylor told everyone she is the one. Yarbrough was wearing a seat belt and was extricated from the vehicle, suffering two broken vertebrae and broken left hand. Both were taken to Northeast Georgia Medical Center in Gainesville.Evans survived until Friday, long enough for his eyes, heart, liver, kidneys, skin tissue and bones to be removed and donated.