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Nancy R. Taylor Obituary
Nancy R. Taylor of Paoli Nancy R. Taylor died on a sunny morning last week, March 13, 2013, with her family by her side. She lived at Highgate at Paoli Point, an assisted living facility, for the past 6 years due to the impairment of Parkinson's Syndrome. Born and raised on a farm in Lancaster County, she was the eldest of four daughters to the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Ranck. In 1944 she was the valedictorian of a high school class of 18, and subsequently trained and worked as a phlebotomist in Lancaster and Philadelphia. She married the late Jack Taylor, a chemist with Rohm and Haas, in 1950, and raised three children, Judy, John, and Jane in the the Malvern/Paoli area. She was an active member of The Paoli Presbyterian Church. She served with a number of charitable organizations, among them Paoli Hospital Women's Auxiliary (35 years). She was a member of The Daughters of The American Revolution, and was an avid gardener. She is survived by her children, John and Jane; her three sisters, Joan Groff, Mary Lou Lee, and Barbara Ashenfelter; and six nephews and nieces. Her husband died in 1996, and her eldest daughter, Judy, died in 2010. A memorial service is being held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 20th, at Paoli Presbyterian Church. Contributions may be made to The or Paoli Presbyterian Church, 225 S. Valley Road, Paoli, PA 19301.

Published in The Daily Local on Mar. 19, 2013
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