Anita Taylor

Fairfield, Connecticut

1943 - 2019


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ANITA M. TAYLORANITA M. TAYLOR, (1943 – 2019) of Meadowbrook Road, Fairfield, CT, died on Thursday afternoon, August 29, 2019, at St. Vincent's Hospital, surrounded by her family and close friends, following a long, hard-fought battle with cancer. Anita was born in Waterbury, CT on March 21,...

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Donna & family, I am so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. Anita was a good friend and we had unfortunately lost touch. I was thinking of her the other day, it must have been on her way to heaven. My condolences to you and your family. Phyllis Mullins

I am so sorry for your loss your mother was a wonderful women and I enjoyed being her mailman for the last 12 years she is going to be surely missed God bless her and your family

I was so sorry to hear of Anita's passing. She had done a program at our library and our patrons very much enjoyed it.

Donna and David, I was shocked and saddened to read of Anita's passing. She was great, no exaggeration to say "the best", at her job; but, Anita was an even better human being. I will really miss her. She had a big personality and the world definitely feels the gap.
Much love,
Sherri Steeneck

So sorry to hear of Anita's passing. I met her in 1995 through EWN and experienced her to be a consistently fun, generous and kind person. She touched many lives and will be missed!

So sorry to hear of Anita's passing. She was an amazing person in so many ways. I will miss her passions, her strength, her courage, and her talents. Please accept my deepest condolences.

I am so sad to learn of Anita's passing. She was so full of joy and cared deeply about others. I attended one of her decluttering seminars a few years ago. She knew her stuff and conveyed her knowledge with such enthusiasm. Whenever our paths crossed Anita showed a sincere interest in my activities and life. My sincere condolences to her family.

My deepest sympathies to Donna, David, and granddaughters. I got to know Anita during our Super 7 days 40 plus years ago now.

Enjoyed bumping into her in town and phone calls through the years. Dan and I will both cherish our memories of her.

To my dear high school classmate and friend...Rest in peace. I'll remember you in my Masses and prayers.