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Margaret Taylor, age 75, of New Bloomfield, MO, passed away on February 28, 2014, at Capital Region Medical Center in Jefferson City, MO.
She was born on June 19, 1938 in Chico, California to Elmer Lee Turner and Mary Elinor Patterson-Turner. Margaret was married to Franklin D. Taylor on January 16, 1965. Frank preceded her in death in 2012.
Margaret spent most of her life caring and cooking for her family and babysitting family and friends. She retired from Summit Villa in 2009 after more than 11 years cooking for the residents. She loved her work there and was fulfilled by pampering the residents, preparing their meals just the way they were used to. She enjoyed crocheting and sewing, shopping, and spending time with her family. She unconditionally loved every member of her combined and growing family. Loved ones include son Kenneth Robinson and his wife, Lynnette Robinson of New Bloomfield, MO; daughter Connie Taylor of Memphis, TN; daughter Cathy Taylor-Baxter and her husband Mike Baxter of Deatsville, AL; daughter Deanna Taylor-Mastellone and her husband Joe Mastellone of Memphis, TN; son Dennis Taylor of Memphis, TN; daughter Pamela Robinson-Strycharz of Edgewater, FL; preceded in death by sons Jim Robinson of Callands, VA and Gerald Robinson of Edgewater, FL; sister Bessie Kyes of Tujunga, CA; brother William Turner of Van Nuys, CA; brother James Turner of Chatsworth, CA; preceded in death by sisters Esther Wells and Mary Drake; preceded in death by brother Jack Turner; 19 grandchildren, including Amanda Robinson-Hedges and husband Darren Hedges of Fulton, MO, Karen Robinson-Werdehausen and her husband Matthew Werdehausen of Jefferson City, MO, Shari Robinson of New Bloomfield, MO, Amy Robinson of Martinsville, VA, Jayme Hitt and fiance Talon Walther of New Bloomfield, MO and Jack Hitt of New Bloomfield, MO; and 32 great-grandchildren that made her smile.
Her body was cremated under the direction of Heartland Cremation & Burial Society in Columbia, MO. Private family services will be held at Callaway Memorial Garden in Fulton, MO.
Bill & Stacey Dooling says
Kenny and family, it’s always difficult to express sadness.
Mothers hold special places in our hearts as there is no truer love than that of a mother. (Same goes for Grandmothers & Great Grandmothers)
May she rest in peace.
No truer words have been spoken….
“Although it may be difficult today to see beyond your sorrow, looking back in memory will help comfort you tomorrow”.
“While death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal!”
Our hearts and thoughts are with you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Take comfort in knowing an Angel is watching over you.
Bill & Stacey Dooling