In Loving Memory of
Janet Edith Wilda Taylor
July 26, 1931 - April 21, 2023
passed away peacefully at Manitoulin Centennial Manor in Little Current in her 91st year.
Loving wife of 62 years to Wallace (predeceased 2018).
Mother to Ruth, Bill (Blanche)
and Allen (Roxanne) (both predeceased).
Grandmother to David (Catherine), Aaron (Jaime),
Randy (Alison), Michelle and Ryan (Becky).
Great grandmother to Emma, Daven, Benton, Carson, Suri, Beck, Cody and Hunter.
Daughter of William and Mae Taylor (Wagg)
and sister to John (Lois), Doug, Bill, Wayne (Roberta), Frank (Marilyn) and Wallace all predeceased.
She is survived by her sister-in-laws Nonie and Gloria.
Wilda was a Registered Nurse in Mindemoya for 25 years. Together with her husband Wallace, they ran the Idyll Glenn Trailer Park for 12 years. After her retirement, she went back to high school for some interest courses and got top marks.
Her photo albums hold many memories of the various trips her and Wallace took and of her family that she was very proud of and cherished spending time with.
Wilda lived a full life and kept herself busy until the end. She had a passion for gardening and was well known for her beautiful flowers. Our houses are filled with beautiful handmade, quilted, sewn, knitted and painted items.
Wilda had a big heart and was always willing to lend a hand, share her knowledge, knit and sew for over-seas charities, fill shoe boxes or show up at the door of a sick community member with a box of homemade meals and goodies.
She was a long-time member of the Mindemoya Historical Society and Campbell Horticulture Society.
In memory of Wilda, memorial donations may be made to the Manitoulin Centennial Manor Aux. or to the Mindemoya Hospital Aux.
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