Mary Ann Taylor (nee: Clark)

October 17, 1942 - January 25, 2011
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Mary Ann (Clark) Taylor (1942 – 2011) Mary Ann (nee: Clark) Taylor, age 68, of Hambden Township, died Jan. 25, 2011, at UHHS Geauga Regional Hospital. She was born Oct. 17, 1942, in Shaker Heights, and lived in Geauga County since 1972.Mrs. Taylor was a housekeeper for Heather Hill before her retirement. Prior to that,Continue Reading

Patricia Freeman left a message on February 12, 2011:
To the family of Mary Taylor. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. May you find comfort knowing that by means of God’s Kingdom, all human suffering and even death will one day be completely removed! (Please read 1 Corinthians 15:25; Isaiah 25:8; Revelation 21:4) As for our loved ones who are now sleeping in death, the King of God’s Kingdom, Jesus Christ, has promised that he will raise these ones back to life on earth; and restore humans and the entire earth to their originally designed perfect condition. (Please read Acts 24:15; John 5:25-30; John 11:11-44). May these scriptural promises comfort, strengthen, and sustain you during this difficult time. With heartfelt sympathy for your loss.
Patricia Zubovich left a message on January 28, 2011:
I have been blessed to have Mary Ann as my friend and neighbor for 18 years. She was a very kind and a deeply religious person.She had a great sense of humor. She would tease how much smarter she was than I because she had a Shaker Heights education. When I could not spell a word, I would call her for assistance. She always had the correct spelling.We had a standard banter. She would complain (joking) about the waste my cats would leave on my property. Her dogs loved what I referred tp as kitty pudding.Mary Ann and Bob really loved each other. It was so refreshing to see two people express their love for each other as they did. They would constantly hold hands and hug when I would eat out with them.Mary Ann is in heaven now. Roy sent a sign three weeks ago that he was waiting for her. He laid down four shiny pennies on the ground for me to find.
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