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Dorothy “Dot” Taylor

Posted By Web Development On March 19, 2013 @ 12:00 am In Obituary | No Comments

Dorothy “Dot” Taylor
October 20, 1924 – March 19, 2013

Dorothy “Dot” Taylor, 88, formerly of Mulberry, Florida, passed away Tuesday morning, March 19, 2013 in Bryan, Texas. Arrangements are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory in Bryan, Texas.

Dorothy was born October 20, 1924, in Sullivan County, Indiana, to Theodore and Amelia Meier. She lived in Adrian, Michigan and then in Mulberry, Florida, where she lived for close to 28 years before moving to College Station, Texas.

She was preceded in death by her husband Rodney Taylor; son Bradley Taylor; daughter Kris Taylor; brother Robert Meier; and sisters Agnes Core and Ruby Burgoon; and by her parents.

Survivors include her nieces, Judy Heaney and husband Rick, of College Station, Texas, Nancy McElravy and husband Darrell, of Indianapolis; nephew, Maurice Core and wife Pat, of Chicago; special friends, Kathy Lees, Joe Hamm, Holland Lingerfelt and wife Elaine, Ali, and numerous current and former residents of the Angler’s Green Retirement Community in Mulberry, Florida.

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Condolence from Joanna on March 29th, 2013 4:52 am

With love and sympathy to you on the loss of your beloved aunt. I sincerely wish I had gotten to meet her. May God bless you during this sad time and may sweet memories help to sustain you.

Condolence from Holly Hill Whittaker on May 29th, 2013 7:46 am

I came to know Dot several years ago when I sent a change of address for my dad. He and Mom had been at Anglers Green a few short years in the 1980s. Dot wrote me the loveliest email about my mom who had passed in 1987. We kept up a correspondence and I knew how sad she was when her son died. I knew when my emails bounced back what had happened and finally searched her obituary today. She was a vibrant smart strong and compassionate woman. I am grateful for the time I knew her and wished it had been sooner. Bless you all for the care she allowed you to give her and in your celebration of her very full life. Holly Whittaker

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