Agnes O. Taugner

Indianapolis, Indiana

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Today, when I learned that Leonard Cohen had dies, it made me think of Agnes. She always played his music in her drawing classes. So, know that whenever I hear his music, I think of her.

I remember a feeling of acceptance calm and a sort of quiet beauty......always enjoyed seeing what interesting sculpture would be in the living room. :-) happy loving creative energy has been released on the world to add to the goodness that we all need so much! Love you, Julie and Stephanie and all your family and friends.

To the Family:

May God bless each of you, during this difficult time in your lives. (2Cor.1:3)

My condolences,

A gorgeous lady with dancing eyes and a heart for sharing her formidable knowledge, Agnes was a brilliant spark of inspiration to all her students at Auburn University. I cherish all memory of her.

May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.

Agnes was very dear to me and an inspiration. I will miss her terribly but believe she is in a state of grace and love, creating art, no longer suffering pain, and laughing with her friends and family.

She sounds like a wonderful woman, her daughter Julia I know very well and is someone I look up to, it seems like they have a lot in common and both touch people's lives in great ways!


Agnes's Obituaries

Agnes Ona Bradley Taugner

Born in Chicago Illinois on February 28, 1931, died in Indianapolis, Indiana on April 23, 2012. She was the daughter of Petrie Joan Bertolis Bradley and Raymond Lee Bradley.

Agnes contracted rheumatic fever as a child, but with the loving care of her...

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