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Mary Ann Taylor-Parr Obituary
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August 15, 2018

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November 13, 2017
Miss you my friend
November 9, 2017
Sorry for your lost
I worked with Mary for many years at Oxnard College in the EAC (serving students with disabilities) office and during that time, we became good friends. Throughout our friendship, we discovered we knew/meet each other 30 years earlier when she had own a store called Stop N Go wow! that discovery was a trip. I told Mary I remembered her in those days has the nice person that would give me free candy and did we laugh about those times/days. Mary and I periodically kept in touch with each other after she retired. We would emailed each other she would talk about how she enjoyed working for the church and I would always asked her if she had any great grandkids yet! Again we laughed, it seems like we was always laughing, oh how I loved her spirit. The last time I spoke to Mary she was planning a road trip with her girlfriends to California and we had plans to meet up for lunch. Mary was also a giving person before she left California to Branson she left me a gift that I will always treasure the rest of my days. I will miss her
May the lord be with you

Veronica Allen
November 9, 2017
Sorry for your lost
I worked with Mary for many years at Oxnard College in the EAC (serving students with disabilities) office and during that time, we became good friends. Throughout our friendship, we discovered we knew/meet each other 30 years earlier when she had own a store called Stop N Go wow! that discovery was a trip. I told Mary I remembered her in those days has the nice person that would give me free candy and did we laugh about those times/days. Mary and I periodically kept in touch with each other after she retired. We would emailed each other she would talk about how she enjoyed working for the church and I would always asked her if she had any great grandkids yet! Again we laughed, it seems like we was always laughing, oh how I loved her spirit. The last time I spoke to Mary she was planning a road trip with her girlfriends to California and we had plans to meet up for lunch. Mary was also a giving person before she left California to Branson she left me a gift that I will always treasure the rest of my days. I will miss her
May the lord be with you

Veronica Allen