Sadly, on March 20, 2020, Mary E. Taylor , (nee Carter) passed following a long illness bravely borne. She was 86.
Born to Phillip K. and Victoria (nee Smith) Carter in Baltimore, she would later live in Glen Burnie from 1965 to present.
Mary was married to her dear late husband of 36 years, Harry A. Taylor who passed at a very young age. She would never marry again but lived on dedicated to fulfilling the life they had begun. She was a homemaker and stay at home mom, something cherished by her children who enjoyed and benefited by her presence. It was said that she was "always there for her children," and in the same spirit continued to nurture her grandchildren, who she found joy in spending time with. When Mary did take time for herself she enjoyed reading, puzzels, cards and pool, as well as gardening and scrabble. She also enjoyed the company of friends and dancing.
Surviving Mary are her dear daughter Diane L. Loudermilk and husband Carl and beloved son James Taylor. She joins her cherished daughter, the late Sandra Buckner in passing, as well as her siblings, Edna Mauritz and Herb, Larsh, Howard, Bill and John Carter.
Mary's legacy will be secure in her devoted grandchildren Randy J. Taylor, Anthony Miller, Jennifer Xander, Amanda and Robert Thompson, Ryan Buckner, Michael Moreland and Stacy Sterbach as well as great grandchildren, Mike Moreland, caleb Xander and Stella Thompson.
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