Obituary for Shirley Ann Taylor

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Shirley Ann Taylor

July 8, 1934 - January 24, 2021


Shirley Ann Taylor, 86, of The Sanctuary at Tuttle Crossing, Columbus, Ohio, passed away there on January 24, 2021.  Shirley was born on July 8, 1934 in Dayton, Ohio to the late James Krieger and Marie (Merker) Krieger.  She graduated from Wilbur Wright High School in 1953.  She married Vaughn Taylor on July 25, 1953 and was married for 39 years. Shirley was preceded in death by her husband Vaughn, parents James and Marie and Step-Mother Margaret Krieger.  Shirley is survived by her children, Craig Taylor (Mimi), Debbie Weber (Dave), Julie Reid (Bruce), grandchildren: Elizabeth Kear (Seth), Morgan Snowden (Adam), Erin George (Jake), Taylor Anne Paxson, William Taylor and Anne Taylor; great grandchildren: Vivian, Vaughn and Vance Kear and Emma Snowden and sister, Barbara Farmer.  A service will be held at a later date to celebrate her life, when it will be safe to travel and gather.

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A service will be held at a later date to celebrate her life, when it will be safe to travel and gather.

Terry & David Ratliff posted on April 16, 2021

I just found this out, Shirley lived in Beavercreek and was always joining a bunch of us at the local McDonalds. She was funny, personable, caring, a strong lady, and loved by many. It was so hard when she moved to Dublin and only a couple of her friends here in Beavercreek were able to make the trip to see her. We were heartbroken to learn of her passing today and will miss her all that much more. We have truly lost a good soul and friend who will be greatly missed.


Danny McDonald posted on March 26, 2021

I had the honor and privilege to know Shirley at the Sanctuary. Shirley was an amazing person. She was filled with love. When someone would get upset about something. Shirley would tell me, “why, get upset over the little things? Life’s to short enjoy it” I loved it when she was my euchre player. We both enjoyed just playing. We didn’t care who won. We enjoyed the stories and laughter. She adored her children and grandchildren. She was very excited about the new addition coming in February. She would tell me stores about her children and grandchildren. Shirley is missed. My deepest condolences.


Diane Larsuel and family posted on February 6, 2021

Shirley will be missed. Sending peace and love from our family to yours. Diane Larsuel, Me-Chelle and Alexis Burkhalter


Anthony Mccormick posted on January 31, 2021

Sorry to the family for their loss. Aunt Shirley was always a joy to be around. I was fortunate enough to be around her often with her friend, Pat McCormick, my grandma. They always had a great time together and I’ll think of them sharing a glass of wine together now.


Kim Rainer posted on January 30, 2021

Shirley was my dad's best friend at the sanctuary at Tuttle. We had the pleasure of meeting her a few years ago when my dad moved there. What a huge difference she made in his life. She brought so much joy to him and me and I'm sure many others. Whenever I would visit dad, I always said hi to Shirley and she always had a big smile on her face. She would always say OH then I would say IO since she was such a big Ohio State fan. That will always make us think of her. To the family of Shirley I am so sorry for your loss , it was a pleasure knowing her.


 


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