• Northwood Park Funeral Home, Cemetery & Mausoleum
    Ridgefield, WA
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Betty Jean Taylor 1928 - 2019

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Betty Jean Taylor

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January 14, 2020
I had the privilege of meeting Betty nine years ago. She was always a straight shooter, feisty, funny, and one of the greatest people I have ever known. I will miss our talks. I will miss your stories. I will miss seeing your smiling face. But most of all I will just miss you.
January 14, 2020
Ms. Taylor was one of our MOST FAVORITE customers! She always had a smile on her face, kind words to say and dressed to the nines. She is a good soul that will be missed. Love - Filbin's Ace Hardware Team
January 11, 2020
Betty and I maintained a correspondence of 55+ years after I worked on the Chetco Ranger District of the Siskiyou National Forest. She was a good friend and I will miss our correspondence and phone calls.
January 06, 2020
I will think of her every day and miss her as she and I became good friends and enjoyed many hours together, Loved you dear friend, Mary
January 06, 2020
Jason and I are glad we got the chance to meet you. We always enjoyed our phone talks with you. RIP Gram Betty. Lauralee Smyth, your grandson's wife.
January 06, 2020
I always enjoyed talking to you, Betty, at Trinity Lutheran Church. We shared many a laughs together. I will miss you!
January 05, 2020
I'll miss you Grandma. RIP. James Wendell Smyth's first son.

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