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Ann Taylor

Mrs. Ann Taylor

Wednesday, March 6th, 1929 - Wednesday, August 26th, 2020
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Obituary

TAYLOR, Ann

At the Elliott Community, Guelph, on Wednesday, August 26, 2020. Ann Taylor (nee Kish), age 91 years, beloved wife of the late Dr. William (Bill), dear mother of Cathy Taylor (Dennis Taves) and Jane Taylor (Chris Roper) of Toronto, the late Judy Taylor (2003) and an infant son (1960). Ann was the much loved Grandma of Mitchell and Samantha Roper.

Ann was born in Komlo, Hungary. She and her mother, Brigitta, arrived in Canada on May 29,1937 joining her father, Stephen, who had emigrated just after her birth. Ann was raised in Welland, Ontario and graduated from the St. Joseph’s Hospital School of Nursing in Toronto (1950). After meeting at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto, Ann and Bill lived in Kingston and Thunder Bay before settling in Guelph in 1960. Ann enjoyed working on her garden and taking morning walks through the neighbourhood. She was a faithful member of Holy Rosary Church.

Special thanks to Dr. David Hood, the nurses and staff at The Ellington, and all of Ann's caregivers and PSWs for the compassion and care extended to our Mother during this challenging time.

Private interment has taken place.

As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Elliott Community, Guelph.
Cards are available online or at the funeral home (519-822-4731).
Condolences may be sent to www.gilbertmacintyreandson.com
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Service Details

  • Private Graveside Service

    Location
    Marymount Cemetery (graveside)
    Address
    5400 Hwy 6N
    Guelph, Ontario N1H 6J2
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Officiant
    Fr. Vernon Boyd
  • Interment

    Location
    Marymount Cemetery
    Address
    5400 Hwy. 6 N.,
    Guelph, ON N1H 6J2
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Donations are being accepted for: THE ELLIOTT.

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Elizabeth Macrae

Posted at 11:33am
Dear Cathy and Jane
So sorry about your Mother, but very interested to know her story in the obituary. Such a wonderful background of caring parents who immigrated to make Ann’s life better, and it happened with Bill, your Dad.
In my case all the ancestors were Solemn Scottish presbyterians except for a couple from Berlin who worked hard but celebrated with big family picnics with lots of cousins.
I guess both tales are typical of our wonderful country.
Best wishes to you both. I know how proud Ann was of you. Love, Liz Macrae
TM

Tony McCarthy

Posted at 10:48pm
Cathy and Jane,

We're so sorry to hear about the death of your mom.

As you and your family mourn the loss of her presence in your lives, may you know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.

May the memories of the good times you shared with your mom come to mind bringing smiles to your faces and warmth to your hearts.

Your friends, Mac Engineering & Mgmt class of 82.
CS

Christine Stanson

Posted at 10:50am
Loving someone and losing them is never easy , may the knowledge your mom is reunited with your sister and father bring you both some comfort . Your mom and dad were such an integral part of a vibrant neighbourhood where we spent our childhood .Such happy memories.🙏
KS

Kim Stanson

Posted at 10:38am
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom Cathy and Jane. Both your mom and dad were such great friends of my parents when they lived on Renfield Street. I was so happy to reconnect with your mom when she moved to The Elliot where my mom was living. We had quite a few catch up conversations. It was lovely! My sincerest condolences!
AC

Aldo Carere

Posted at 11:59pm
Cathy and Jane,
I have such fond memories of your Mom when I lived on Renfield Street. She was so kind and treated everyone with grace and respect. She was so good to our brother Frank who offer her many challenges. My condolences to you for your loss.
Aldo Carere
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